In this month’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a disabled-by-default patch for Spectre 4, Adobe plugs a zero-day Flash vulnerability that can be exploited via Excel, and there are fixes for DNS, black screens, and Cortana.
In this Ask the Admin, I look at Spectre Variant 4 and whether it will affect performance as its distributed over the coming weeks.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll explain how to resolve an RDP error that might appear after the May 2018 cumulative updates.
If you only have one domain admin account set up in a Windows Server domain running in an Azure VM, you might be left struggling to enter a new password when the current one expires. In this Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to reset a domain account password using an Azure VM extension.
Building in disaster recovery protection from ransomware is a key step to making sure that when, not if, your company is impacted by these viruses that you remain protected.
The General Data Protection Regulation applies to any business storing personal data on EU citizens.
This month the Windows 10 April 2018 Update finally drops, although some Intel SSDs don’t seem to be happy about it, and a zero-day vulnerability is being exploited in the wild.
Google recently announced Asylo, the firm’s newest open-source framework for securing and protecting applications and data that are contained within a trusted execution environment.
Aidan Finn explains how the two options for associating a network security group (NSG) work, virtual machine NIC or subnet, and I’ll recommend a method to use.
This post will explain what DDoS protection is offered in Azure and how to deploy Standard tier protection in a virtual network.
Aidan Finn explains several techniques that you can use to secure and protect Azure virtual networks.
This month, Windows 10 goes on a diet, the April Update is delayed, and Project Honolulu reaches general availability as the Windows Admin Center.
In this post, I’ll look at why Windows Admin Center is the new GUI management tool of choice for Windows Server.