TechUG April 2018

For those who attended my TechUG presentation – thank you. Below you will find links to the presentations along with reference documents and URLs that will assist in further reading. If you did not attend please be mindful the slides were talking points and additional aspects were discussed and of course this material does not … Read moreTechUG April 2018

TechUG March 2018

For those who attended my TechUG presentation – thank you. Below you will find links to the presentation along with reference documents and URLs that will assist in further reading. If you did not attend please be mindful the slides were talking points and additional aspects were discussed and of course this material does not … Read moreTechUG March 2018

Get Your Site A Certificate Now

If you didn’t already know Google Chrome (release: Chrome 68) in July 2018 will start to make all HTTP sites as ‘Not Secure’ – think on that for a moment. From day one my blog has been running on HTTPS – it might seem silly to run a blog over HTTPS, especially when Let’s Encrypt … Read moreGet Your Site A Certificate Now

Sysinternals Tools Blog Series

I’ve found the Sysinternals tools to be some of the best for every day use in my job, some of them however are less well known and used than others. Having suggested some to colleagues recently I decided it might be worth doing a series of posts on various Sysinternals tools to shed some light … Read moreSysinternals Tools Blog Series

Patching Is Not Always Easy

I don’t go a day without a company e-mailing me about a product that will help with patch management, or claim it will somehow resolve all my GDPR issues that may come in the near future. Social media is awash with vendors and people telling us that we should deploy a patch immediately – that … Read morePatching Is Not Always Easy

Microsoft Exchange 2016 RAM Sizing Update

We’re currently in the process of planning to migrate our existing Microsoft Exchange servers to new hardware running Exchange 2016. Up until the past few weeks the Microsoft recommendation with regard to RAM sizing was to avoid going above 96GB total memory per server. I won’t go into the whole history of why this came … Read moreMicrosoft Exchange 2016 RAM Sizing Update

VMware VMUG

Well I finally took the plunge and invested my cash into the VMware VMUG Advantage subscription for a year. If you are unsure what that is let me provide you with some links and short descriptions below. https://www.vmug.com/ As per their own ‘About’ section – Officially launched in August of 2010, the VMware User Group … Read moreVMware VMUG