I am currently using Ivanti Patch for Windows Servers to patch our virtual demonstration and test environment and thought I would share a short blog post around some of the common misconfigurations that can be made when setting up the automated patching
Bitdefender’s GravityZone solution rolls many security products into a single solution and not only does it do that but it does it pretty well. This blog post is an in-depth article about Bitdefender and their GravityZone solution.
A new facility that we now offer here at ComputerWorld is performing Cyber Essentials Assessments for customers. Since customers have a lot of questions about Cyber Essentials, a blog post on the matter should hopefully answer any of those questions that readers may have.
Back in August 2017 nVidia announced the latest version of their graphics virtualisation technology, GRID 5.0 together with the new datacentre-grade GRID graphics cards that have been released, the Tesla P6 and Tesla P40.
This blog post aims to give the reader an overview of nVidia GRID vGPU and a brief history and overview of the cards.
For those who haven’t seen anything about this yet, details of two new exploits that could enable malicious code on websites to trick your computer or mobile devices CPU into giving away private information such as website passwords have been made public.
Throughout the podcast, Barry, Mike and Paul discuss their experience of the show, the conversations Mike and Paul are having with customers while they man the 'Meet the experts' area as well as their roles within the Dell Solutions Centre in Limerick.
While doing some testing of Autopilot while on the road, I came across a problem where, on first login for the end user, a “Something went wrong” message appeared. The error code was “caa70007”. Time to do some troubleshooting.