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Ransomware, part 3: Make a security plan

Ransomware, part3: make a security plan I have to say this is some rewarding article series, since I write part 2 I’ve spoken to so many people about this. Everybody knows someone or some company that had issues with ransomware. Everybody is wondering how to control ransomware, what tools are there to help us, who …
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Citrix Synergy Las Vegas – a few takeaways

Citrix Synergy In a few weeks Citrix Synergy will take off in Las Vegas. Citrix Synergy is Citrix key event. These events are huge events that can be a bit overwhelming at first. I thought it might be a good idea to write a blog about this event so that newbies (once we all were …
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Ransomware – part 2: who are out there?

Ransomware – part 2: who are out there? In my last article I wrote about ransomware and why you should look out for them, read the article here – link – , in this article I will zoom in on the active ones and what they do to become active. Of course it is never …
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The fight against Ransomware, who is there to help?

The fight against Ransomware, who is there to help? One of the biggest threads in our current IT environment is one that we find hard to cope with. IT organisations around the world struggle to keep infections small and are looking for solutions to stop it before the infections take place. In my job as …
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One player down, DELL steps out

One player down, DELL steps out Today we were surprised by the news that DELL stopped selling vWorkspace, the news came through an article at Brianmadden.com. If you’re interested in the article you can read it here – article – Let me share my thought on this. As you might remember Dell bought EMC a …
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