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How to Use WinMerge to Compare Files

WinMerge is an exceptionally useful and open source differencing and merging tool for Windows. … [Read more...]

Top Security Certifications to Have In Your Back Pocket

If you’re considering a new career in IT security or looking to move up the job ladder, your prospects are bright.  … [Read more...]

Were State and Local Government IT Teams Ready for COVID-19?

As lockdown measures and stay-at-home orders were launched to curb virus spread, IT found themselves with a slew of new responsibilities. … [Read more...]

PowerShell Best Practices: Quit with the Text FIles

Instead of dropping in a bunch of computer names into a file, I strongly encourage you to think about how you’re getting those computer names and set that criteria in the script. … [Read more...]

How to Bring Your Powershell Modules to the Cloud

If you commonly work with multiple PowerShell modules on different computers, this article is for you. … [Read more...]

Podcast: IT Troubleshooting and Pivoting During the Pandemic

From data security to hardware issues, the new normal of a remote workforce has been chaos for IT teams. … [Read more...]

4 Barriers Impeding on Everyone’s Ability to Work from Home

Most of us are now working from home, but that doesn't mean it has been easy for everyone. These are the four barriers that are impeding a remote workforce during the pandemic. … [Read more...]

How to Automate Azure Cloud Deployments with Azure ARM Templates

In this article, you’re going to learn how to create a simple Azure ARM template and deploy it into Azure using the Azure CLI. … [Read more...]

UNIX Has Always Been More Secure Than Windows

By default, UNIX-based systems are inherently more secure than the Windows operating system. In this article, we describe precisely why that is. … [Read more...]

How to Send Slack Messages with PowerShell

One of the best ways to stay in contact with your remote team is a team collaboration service like Slack. … [Read more...]