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3 weeks ago
This week we will be playing with replacing Microsoft Active Directory with the new SAMBA4 on several versions of Linux including Raspberian. :)T

3 weeks ago
I do not consider other Tech Companies or their owners and employees as competition.

I think of them as my Brothers and Sisters. - Todd W. Byars, founder The Computer Dudes, Inc. Tallahassee, Florida.

3 months ago
Cisco Command Line is still the best. ;)T


4 months ago
https://mycomputerdudes.com/product/3d-printed-rocket-from-guardians-of-the-galaxy/ Follow this link to purchase a 3-d printed plastic model of "Rocket" Racoon from Guardians of the Galaxy! Super detailed!! :)T

5 months ago
Here is an interesting website that does Site Ranking and Search Engine Ranking for any website. It generates a free report online and in PDF format. https://checkpagerank.net/index.php

11 months ago
Chatbox Active: Sorry, you have to be a Computer Dude to post here. ;)

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Make sure your company is safe. Your company's computer network and information security go hand in hand, so you can't be lazy about either. Here are a few things you can check to make your business network and information is safe.
  1. Is the network encyrpted, ideally WPA2, and does it have a password?
  2. Do you have a network firewall in place with up to date access controll lists?
  3. Are the account permissions set correctly for sensitive data?
  4. Is your software kept up to date automatically?
  5. Are there physical barriers such as locks and badge readers to limit access to areas with sensitive data?
  6. Do you have automatic back-ups just incase their is a data loss or breach?
Ensure you have these things set up, and you'll have a great start in keeping data secure in the work enviroment.
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