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Pass the Hash, I’m Hungry

I started a GPO cleanup project implementing security recommendations. One recommendation was listed as “Implement Client-Side Pass-The-Hash Mitigations”. Read More

Webinar Recording: Protecting Your Data Across the Cloud

Learn about various options, risks and considerations when looking to expand your backup and DR strategies for data extended to the public cloud. Read More

Webinar Recording: What I Wish I Would Have Known

iVision hosted a two part webinar series on August 16 & 18, featuring case studies highlighting the challenges of cloud strategy and migration as well as a detailed overview of the risks and considerations of expanding backup and data recovery in the public cloud. Read More

iVision Hosts Two Part Webinar Series with Critical Look at Cloud Trends and Strategies

iVision, a full service technology firm, announced a two part webinar series focused on helping IT leaders take the best approach when moving to and managing applications on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and third party cloud infrastructures. Read More

iVision Launches Monthly Webinar Series with DevOps Session by Microsoft MVP

iVision, a full service technology firm, announced the launch of monthly live webinars focused on helping IT leaders cut through the hype about technology trends and identify innovations that can drive business goals. Read More

End-to-end management of WinRM HTTP for PowerShell

Most organizations make heavy use of PowerShell, but it is much less common to see its remote management features deployed. It is even less common to see remote management secured using HTTPS. There are no good resources for maintaining the WinRM listener’s health, and updating the machine certificate used by the listener once the initial SSL certificate expires or is revoked. Until now! Read More

Web Performance Testing with Visual Studio Ultimate 2013

There may be times when you want to have different post data on a per-request basis. You could just clone the request and hardcode each one with a different data set, but besides taking up a lot of unnecessary time, the data change again it would be difficult to update it again. Fortunately, Visual Studio has the functionality to populate any values in the test. Read More

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