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Transitioning to ITIL 4

Transitioning to ITIL 4

ITIL 4, the latest version of the world’s most popular ITSM framework, is scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2019. The ITIL 4 Foundation exam will be available on February 28th, 2019. The new ITIL update will focus on integrating ITIL guidance with best practices from the worlds of DevOps, Agile, and Lean.

How to Manage Junk Mail in Outlook 2016

How to Manage Junk Mail in Outlook 2016

It’s another day at the office and you’re still receiving email ads from a company that you’ve unsubscribed to numerous times. It’s time to add their address to the Blocked Senders List so Outlook can divert the incoming emails to your Junk Email folder. You also noticed that you’re not receiving emails from a business associate and you want to add the email to the Safe Senders List.

Course Focus: CNS-420 Citrix Networking Assessment, Design, and Advanced Configuration

Course Focus: CNS-420 Citrix Networking Assessment, Design, and Advanced Configuration

Summer 2018 brought the release of the newest Citrix certification, the Citrix Certified Expert-Networking. A key step in preparing for this top-tier certification is the new Citrix course CNS-420: Citrix Networking Assessment, Design, and Advanced Configuration. We're very happy to see Citrix introduce a comparable certification stack to their flagship Virtualization product line.

Infographic: The Benefits of Blockchain

Infographic: The Benefits of Blockchain

Blockchains are proving to be key in a world where everything is moving to a digital platform. From improving processes where people need to access, verify, send or store information securely, this system of organizing and storing information ensures several benefits. Download our infographic for a closer look at the advantages of blockchain.

Infographic: Today's Cybersecurity Reality in 2018

Infographic: Today's Cybersecurity Reality in 2018

Cybersecurity practitioners face challenges when it comes to having a security program that operates effectively. Sometimes it means looking at cybersecurity through the lens of capability and focus on the understanding of what risks there are. Download our infographic for a closer look at the cybersecurity realities thus far in 2018.

Infographic: Cyberattack Trends in 2018

Infographic: Cyberattack Trends in 2018

When it comes to the global cyber landscape, threats are ever evolving, keeping organizations as well as the security community constantly challenged. In 2018, the different strains of malware and their authors have proven to be capable of much more than previously imagined, with more sophistication and with a new level of agility.

Infographic: The State of Cybersecurity in 2018

Infographic: The State of Cybersecurity in 2018

As cyberattacks continue to increase, the threat landscape and defense techniques in IT are constantly shifting to combat issues. Now more than ever, defenders are evolving their own set of technological advances to combat threats. Download our infographic for a closer look at the state of cybersecurity thus far in 2018.

5 Tips for Building a Cyber Resilience Strategy

5 Tips for Building a Cyber Resilience Strategy

You’ve spent endless time, money, and resources to secure your infrastructure. You have all the right malware detection, encryption, and firewalls in place. But when a cyber-attack inevitably hits, will your business be able to function in the aftermath?

7 Industries Leveraging Machine Learning

7 Industries Leveraging Machine Learning

There are a handful of definitions out there, but put simply, Machine Learning is the science of getting computers to execute tasks without being explicitly told to do so. Machine Learning is responsible for providing recommendations of products on Amazon or displaying recommendations on Netflix. Of course, it can (and does) get much more complex than that.

5 of the Most Influential Designers

5 of the Most Influential Designers

I was at The Henry Ford in May attending the opening of an exhibit titled The World of Charles and Ray Eames. It was exciting to see so much of their work up close and personal. The exhibit does a great job of leading you through their careers, showing off furniture (including their famous plywood and leather lounge chair and ottoman, 1956), drawings, models, brochures, toys, film, and photos. There are notes and correspondence that are hand written in Ray’s fun calligraphy, and tons of sketches and personal photos that give you a glimpse of what it was like to be a designer in the 40s and 50s. 

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