Years ago I worked at Symbian software (later to be taken over and destroyed by Nokia and Microsoft but that’s a story for another time), there I deployed Connected Data protector which was an amazing (if expensive) tool for doing backups of users desktops and laptops on demand. It
I keep coming across situations where techs use telnet to see if a remote port is open or not. Please stop using telnet for this especially as the results it gives back can be ambiguous and there is an awesome alternative that's been out for sometime called Portyqry.
This happens all too often, someone will contact me and try to sell me something, an IT service, a new way of doing things, it doesn't matter.
The thing is, if I'm contacted out of the blue like this I consider it permission to check out the company that you
There are a lot of little tools out there which can allegedly help you get more organised, better with time management, etc, etc. Personally I find most of the tools are more awkward to use and so consume time that is better spent on actually do the stuff that needs
AD Find is the second of the two tools I managed to find in the same week. This little tool weighs in at just 700K for the download and about 2mb for the actual file. This tool does exactly what it says, it finds things in Active Directory. The clever