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Microsoft to end support for Windows Rights Management Services V1.0

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Microsoft will be dropping support for all RMS (Rights Management Services) v1.0 products on March 23rd, 2009. This does not include RMS with V1.0 with SP2 or RMS v2.0 which will still be supported. On top of dropping support, Microsoft will also be preventing activations or reactiviations of both the client or server.  So if […]

Security flaw, Google G1 Android Phone

Monday, November 17th, 2008

I was recently examining a co-worker’s new Android phone and so far my impressions are favorable. It runs a linux variant so it is likely to have many free downloadable apps.   However, I did notice one potential security flaw: Instead of the standard “enter a password to unlock” that most phones have, on the G-Phone, […]

How to validate a form using JavaScript

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008

Alot of companies have forms on their websites to help capture lead information and communicate effectively with customers and partners. Getting incomplete or invalid information can lessen the value of a potential lead so it is important to get complete and accurate information the first time. To validate a javascript form add a javascript function […]

Improved IT security through AD Design

Monday, August 4th, 2008

One of the things I freqently notice is that many small and mid-sized organizations have not spent a great deal of time on designing their active directory structure. In this article I discuss how to improve the AD landscape to ensure proper access control while also cutting down on administrative time and creating an ability […]