3/1/2014

Lock Down Your Data

NSA surveillance activities show basic encryption may not be enough, while Edward Snowden's unprecedented access necessitates adequate permissions management in Windows and Active Directory.


In-Depth

Secure Files in Windows Server 2012 with Active Directory RMS

How to install and configure Active Directory Rights Management Services to lock down your organization's files and shares.


Manage Active Directory Permissions: 4 Access Control Tools for IT

Create a comprehensive access policy to files and shares with these Windows permission management tools.


Lock Down Your Data: 5 Encryption Tools for IT Pros

In wake of last year's revelations of government surveillance, IT can protect files from prying eyes. When it comes to encryption, you're better protected when you hold the keys.


Product Reviews

Review: Latest GFI Cloud Version Strengthens Security Features

The new release of the company's systems management service gains improved policy control and eased administration.


Decision Maker

Install a Windows Azure Cloud Right in Your Datacenter

And the best part? No extra charge needed.


Foley on Microsoft

Can the New Microsoft CEO Fix Windows?

Now that Microsoft finally has a new CEO, the query du jour is how he plans to "fix" Windows and the company's mobile strategy.


Windows Insider

Upgrading Windows XP-Based PCs Is Like Replacing an Aging Bridge

The widespread popularity and pervasiveness of Windows XP for means IT shops looking to upgrade before the end of support has a daunting task in front of them.


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