Email security is a topic that has been getting more attention in the media recently. We are also seeing a spike in instances of email based attacks at our customers and I believe that now is a good time to set the record straight on email. I will cut to the chase right here and say that email is not secure. Period. Are there ways to securely communicate using email as a part of the process? Yes. But email itself is inherently insecure and you should consider everything that you send in email as being public.
As and executive you deal with both change and resistance to change on a daily basis. You know how to deliver the message of change even in the most sensitive of situations and have successfully facilitated change for years. It all works great until you try to make positive changes to technology. But why?
In this article we delve into what I call the "Resistance to Change Disconnect". Change does not work that same in the world of Information Technology and any manager who needs to effect change in technology needs to understand this. Read on to learn about to best deliver changes in technology and you may be surprised to learn that it's easier than you ever imagined!
We are please to announce a new series of articles that discusses how a C-Level executive can better manage an Information Technology department. The interface between the C-Suite and the IT staff is always a challenging one and it's an area that we excel in. Read this article and the upcoming posts to learn the in's and out's. Take your companies technology to the next level and increase productivity and profitability at the same time. Win-Win.
The complete guide to setting up Exchange and OWA Certificates Setting up certificates in exchange can be a taxing process with the many pieces that must be put into place. This article will begin with an overview of how a certificate works and how the signing process works. I will then walk through getting secure SSL connections setup in IIS so that you can connect securely to OWA for your web based mail.