Tech Thursday: How To Secure USB Drives and Removable Media

USB drives, thumb drives, flash drives, pen drives, memory sticks -- whatever you call them -- pose a unique security challenge for network admins. They’re small, easily portable, and work in any computer. While this makes them great for quickly and easily moving files from computer to computer, these same features make them a serious threat to network and data security.

Technology and the Law

By Maximilian A. Bulinski, Attorney a Law

Over the past several years, the use of technology in law has grown significantly. According to Altman Weil’s 2016 “Law Firms in Transition” survey, 93% of law firm leaders think a focus on improved efficiency is a permanent trend in the legal market.

Tech Thursday: How To Prevent Data Theft With BitLocker

If you provide company laptops to your workers, it’s only a matter of time before one goes missing. Whether it’s accidentally or maliciously parted from its owner, your priority is to make sure that any proprietary, confidential, or legally protected data does not fall into the wrong hands.

Recap of the Virginia Street Arts Festival

On October 13 and 14, the Virginia Street Arts Festival, a two-day event in Waynesboro, Va., sponsored by E-N computers and Conservation Services, Inc., gave a new look to the downtown's historic Wayne Theatre. Here's a glimpse of the finished pieces.

For background, check out our previous post.

Get to Know Us: Cody Fitzgerald, Passionate about Cybersecurity

Did you know that Microsoft Windows releases security patches and fixes once a month? Chances are, unless you’re an IT pro, you probably didn’t. If you’re a business owner, you don’t have time to watch for new updates, let alone implement them. Yet, you don’t want to expose your computer network to potential threats.

Tech Thursday: How To Migrate Documents to SharePoint Online

Once you’ve set your users up with Office 365, and made it easy and seamless for them to log in to it, you’ll want to start making files and documents accessible to them from anywhere.

A quick and easy way to do this is by migrating documents to SharePoint Online using the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT). The SPMT will automatically upgrade documents from on-prem SharePoint sites and file shares to SharePoint Online.

Tech Thursday: How To Enable Single Sign-On for Office 365

Once your users are synchronized to Office 365, they’ll be able to log in with the same username and password that they use at work. But, to make things even easier for your users, you can enable Seamless Single Sign-On (SSO). Seamless SSO automatically signs users into Office 365 using their on-prem Active Directory credentials, meaning that they won’t be repeatedly asked for their password by Office 365 once they’ve signed in to their work computer.

E-N Computers and Conservation Services, Inc. Sponsor Street Arts Festival

This October 13 and 14 a new artistic vibe will grace the Wayne Theatre campus in downtown Waynesboro, as street artists bring color and celebration to the City's expanding artistic center.

As part of a two-day event that will run concurrently with the downtown Fall Foliage Art Show, the Virginia Street Arts Festival will feature artists Nils Westergard and Julia Chon, inviting them to reimagine the Wayne Theatre owned building at 531 West Main Street, in Waynesboro, Virginia.

Tech Thursday: Managing Office 365 with Azure AD Connect

Once you’ve decided that Office 365 is the right choice for your company, you’ll want to make it as easy as possible for your users to access all of its services. One way to do this is to synchronize your on-premise Active Directory with Azure AD. This lets your users have one password for both on-premises and Office 365 services -- making life easier for them, and making management much easier for you.