Well, let’s just say I was a genius. I “knew” that buying a home would be cheaper than rent, even though the payment was just a tad higher. I did know, though, that we’d be making an investment. I found out that there was a _lot_ that I didn't know.
Surely by now you already know about the worst data breach ever. Let’s walk through the steps you can take to protect you and your family.
How to set up a cloud-based pi-hole to block ads from anywhere!
The time has come for me to move my site from Wordpress.com to a new host.
Do you still use Yahoo! mail? Here’s a quick guide on how to move away!
Hard to believe it's been so long since my last post here. Life with a little one goes by so fast! I never realized how quickly time goes, and I also never believed anyone that told me time flies when you have kids :)
Over the past few months, there have been a lot of changes in our family.First, we celebrated the birth of our first child in April. There's quite a long story behind our journey to parenthood, but we are happy and blessed to have our son with us.
Last time we looked at Kiosk Mode for WES 7. This can also be used for Windows 7 Professional installs, and I plan to test with XP in the future. That could help provide low-cost kiosks for almost any scenario (libraries, church public use PCs, etc). Today, however, I wanted to go through my struggles with SSO with RDS.
This will be a multi-part series on implementing thin clients (or thick clients) with a kiosk mode connecting to an Remote Desktop Services (RDS) farm with Single Sign On (SSO). I hope to help consolidate 12+ hours of research, testing and configuration changes over the past few weeks…
I am constantly reminded of the need for a client to have a good project manager, especially when working between multiple vendors.
Desktop security can be very frustrating for IT professionals as we try to find the delicate balance between security and user experience.
After a lapse in my attempts at writing/blogging on all things technical, and some opportunities to share my knowledge and experience with others, I felt it was time to write about things that not only are IT-related but that are helpful to nonprofit organizations who struggle with a lack of IT leadership. Traditionally the nonprofit sector is lacking in leadership in technology, and it ultimately hurts the organization with increased costs or less-than-spectacular results. I plan to share not only high level items, but also some tips for use in day-to-day IT infrastructure.
Not all of my posts will be nonprofit-specific, but I hope that those in the NFP sector can benefit from my experiences and challenges in a nonprofit world.