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Meet Circle. Circle is a new take on the age old parental controls for your home’s internet connection. Circle is a small box that joins your home wireless network or that plus into your home’s wired network and becomes the enforcer for all of your traffic. Unboxing Photos Technical Details Circle does not replace […]
Last week at HPE Discover in London, HPE showed off a project enabled by technology from its Aruba subsidiary with the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, a fine art museum located in Madrid. Leveraging Aruba wireless networking and Aruba Beacons and the Meridian mobile app software, the museum was able to create a mobile app […]
I have been a longtime WordPress user. I love the platform and how easy it makes maintaining a blog. Not only is a great blogging platform, but its great for many other types of websites. I have helped friends who are musicians, who own businesses and who need a simple resume site setup and get […]
My wife and I built our home about 5 years ago. Unlike many people I know, I don’t have a long list of things I would do differently in my house. We put a lot of thought and effort into our design and took about 3 years examining plans before we found on that worked […]
Several years ago, I wrote about setting proxy settings to enable the SharePoint App Store to work when running behind a web proxy and about resolving it when running HTTPS/SSL. Today, I want to revisit that solution since we found problems with it in the enterprise setting. The solution I found originally was to configure web.config […]
So, I am a little late to the party, but I just found Unitrends new Free Backup offering. Launched in May, the new backup offering is distributed as a virtual appliance and has a 1TB protected limit, but is otherwise free and clear for you to use. This is a perfect backup for your home […]
HP announced the OneView 2.0 will be shipping soon during its HP Discover in June. In the meantime, they’ve released version 1.20.05 which addresses several security vunleratilities, including Poodle over TLS, and a bunch of other bugfixes. The release notes for 1.20.05 provide the full details, along with the previous 1.20 releases and their changes. […]
I’m a big proponent of learning PowerShell as an administrator, engineer or any other practitioner role. And I think you should learn it. It is the path to the future. The pipeline. I’ve written a blog post in my head many times about the PowerShell pipeline. I think it is the single feature that makes […]
Happy SysAdmin Day to my fellow SysAdmins! A lot has changed in the last decade and in celebration, here’s a fun comic from Solarwinds celebrating our work and how it has changed and will change in the future. Have a great day!
Back in June, HP announced that OneView 2.0 would be coming soon. There is not an exact ship date for the product, but HP did share the major new features of the new version. From the list of features, some of the highlights are the introduction of templates to server profiles, enhanced firmware and device […]