Top Challenges IT Teams Face with Remote Work
Over the past few months, there have been hundreds of articles written about the challenges of remote work and the number of companies moving to telework solutions amid the pandemic. What those articles often miss are the practical implications of such changes on day-to-day security and support for employees.Read more
Too Small to Hack? Why Device Management Matters for Small & Medium Businesses
No doubt, the biggest advantage of using a device management system is device security. Tracking the endpoints in your network, keeping their software up to date, and receiving notifications about device status are key in the fight for cybersecurity.Read more
Trustless: Why All Remote Access Should Be Peer-to-Peer
Remote access is a cornerstone of modern IT support for businesses large and small. When something is going wrong with a user's device, the device doesn't physically need to be in the same room as the technician. Remoting into devices changed the IT field and made a lot of distributed work possible.Read more
Device Management Shouldn't Be So Hard
For IT teams around the world, device management is cumbersome and annoying. There are hoops to jump through in order to add new devices. Remote access to devices is intrusive and disruptive for the device user. Everything is done through proprietary device management software. Vendor lock-in abounds, and those vendors collect a lot of data about your devices.Read more
We Need A Better RMM - An MSP Perspective
In the spring of 2006, I was frustrated. As an IT professional, my team and I were responsible for 1000 endpoints and we were struggling to manage them all. We had devices at many disparate locations with no way to centrally control them. We used a combination of RDP/VNC along with NAT rules and IP restrictions in order to remote into "jump boxes" at each site. Once in a jump box, we would start another remote control session to other devices on the remote network.Read more
CSS-in-JS, One Step Forwards, One Step Sideways, or One Step Back
We have had an evolution in CSS over the past few years with the advent of CSS-in-JS. To many it has felt like a breath of fresh air, and the next logical step after JSX brought HTML into JS. But now that it has been popular for awhile, maybe the honeymoon phase is over and we can take a critical look at the benefits and downsides.Read more
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