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Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Vulnerability Discovered

Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is one of the most popular solutions used to access critical infrastructure servers for many organizations, including those who run virtual servers on Microsoft Azure. A group of hackers, called the Secret Club, inadvertently found a major flaw in Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) technology.

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3 Steps to Help Configure Emergency Calling in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a powerful tool for collaboration but managing its features can be challenging and time-consuming. Telephony and calling plans for Microsoft Teams requires certain steps to be completed in order to maximize all its features. This blog outlines how to add emergency addresses, associate phone numbers to these

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Is it Time for your Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Renewal?

Resources to Optimize Microsoft 365 (Formerly Office 365) License Management and Reduce Costs For organizations with 500 or more users or devices, that want a more manageable volume licensing program, the Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) provides the ability to buy cloud services and software licenses under one agreement. These enterprise agreements are

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New Study Reveals Top Concerns for Microsoft Platform Management

Managing Microsoft environments can be complex and time-consuming, but they provide critical services to maintain business continuity and allow access to employees to keep them productive. Whether on-premises Active Directory, hybrid, or Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), IT executives must balance efficiency while maintaining Active Directory security, such as managing

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NSA Discovers New Critical Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

Microsoft released three new patches for its Exchange Server software on Tuesday after the National Security Agency (NSA) alerted the company to a fresh batch of critical vulnerabilities. All discovered flaws, four in total, lead to remote code execution on a vulnerable machine. “We urge all owners and operators of

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A New Cayosoft.com

We’re excited to announce the new Cayosoft.com! This new and improved site was a true team effort by many at Cayosoft. After seven years it was time to retire our old site and build a new one with a clear goal in mind – make it easy for any visitor, from new-to-the-site to long-time Cayosoft customer, to find the information they need.   You’ll notice we’ve not only given our site a clean, new

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Disgruntled IT Contractor in Jail | Protect Against Insider Threats

Large-scale internal security breaches are becoming increasingly more popular, costing companies millions of dollars each year. The sum of this loss comes from the financial damages of the breach itself and, in some cases more importantly, damage to the company’s reputation, translating to big dollars off the company’s bottom line.

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2020: A Year in Review

  Wow, 2020 — A year to remember, to say the least!   Despite a global pandemic, so much was accomplished at Cayosoft and across the tech community.  People adjusted to a “new normal” as we flocked to Microsoft Teams, which now has more than 115 million daily active users.   And we know that pushed IT Teams

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The #1 Way to Prevent Insider Threats

Data Breaches Happen Data security is nothing new. Where there is sensitive information, there are those who seek to access, steal, and misuse it. The unfortunate truth about malicious activities is that a third of all data breaches are perpetrated by someone from inside the company… and that number is

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Security Budgets During COVID-19 – A New Infographic

When lockdown protocols kicked in due to COVID-19’s rapid spread all around the world, teams across many industries migrated to a work-from-home normal. However, with remote work comes new security risks—like employees accessing sensitive company assets through personal devices and home wifi. How have security budgets changed as a result

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Real-World Use Case: Save Time, Ensure Control in Hybrid Microsoft  

  At Citrus Health Network, a health center organization, the nature of the business means many accounts must be provisioned and deprovisioned every month. Yet with 1200 employees, the company has only four people on the infrastructure team, making efficiency critical. It would require a solution that offers secure delegation.    Secure delegation

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