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Security in an IoT World

Botnet attacks exploit Internet of Things devices. Learn how to improve IoT security for internet-connected devices against botnet attacks that exploit your IoT device security. Read More


Cloud Migration | Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining

Disaster Recovery | June 16 If you think about it from a purely conceptual point of view the cloud can seem like the perfect disaster recovery platform. I have been around so many clients who have complained at length about dedicated disaster recovery location. Though most have moved past a “cold” disaster recovery model (meaning they […] Read More


Talk, Talk, Talk & Cloud Migration

In a cloud bound world, the options of which to choose become very relevant. At iVision, we have taken the approach of focusing on the two leaders in this space, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Read More


IT Operations and Support Services

The One Super Easy Security Thing You’re Not Doing

Securing your network can be a crazy and scary proposition….and it’s one of the IT tasks that is never completed. With the advent of cloud computing, the security landscape has expanded and with it new opportunities. One of these opportunities is to leverage the cloud for “Identity and Access”. Read More


SCCM Software Updates GPO conflict

As we all know details matter… in SCCM this can be painfully true. And today I find yet another little item that bears this out. Read More


Load Microsoft Authenticator on your PC for MFA

I was working with a client recently who wanted to take advantage of Microsoft Azure’s Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) service. This service can do a great number of things, but in particular they wanted to be able to integrate in MFA with their Cisco ASA VPN solution in order to help with PCI compliance. This design involves setting up a MFAS server onsite and then integrating it via RADIUS to be part of the Authentication chain. The service is pretty robust and most clients would choose to use their phone to receive the phone call, text message or even run the Authenticator App from Microsoft (Android, iPhone and Windows Stores) in order to provide that second factor in the authentication process. Read More


SCCM and Patching Internet Clients

We had a customer recently that needed to setup a second Software Update Point (SUP) to support internet clients. We ran into a strange issue after the SUP role was installed. The WSUSCrtl.log was reporting the following error: “system.net.webexcption: the request failed with the HTTP status 404”. Read More


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