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Posted by Sara Hammett

Intel have recently published a security advisory regarding a firmware vulnerability in certain systems that use Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (ISM) or Intel® Small Business Technology (SBT). This could enable a network attacker to gain access remotely to PC’s or devices that use these systems.

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Posted by Sara Hammett

Urgent Security Update for Microsoft Windows SMB Server 

Microsoft has announced a security update to resolve vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. The most severe of the vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if an attacker sends specially crafted messages to a Microsoft Server Message Block 1.0 (SMBv1) server. This security update is rated Critical for all supported releases of Microsoft Windows, and addresses the vulnerabilities by correcting how SMBv1 handles specially crafted requests.

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Posted by Jonathan Bastin

Increasingly businesses and education are seeing the benefits of virtualization for all employees, and I don't mean for servers. When you buy a desktop PC you have an integrated GPU on the processor (physical hardware) but with traditional virtual desktops, graphics are performed by software.

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Posted by Sara Hammett

We had a great few days exhibiting at the BETT Show 2017 last week, with the chance to showcase our technology and services to schools and colleges throughout the UK.

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Posted by Jonathan Bastin

We are looking forwarding to seeing Education customers at the forthcoming BETT show (25th to 28th January at ExCel in London) - Stand G351.
 
Come and see us to discuss how Cloud and Hybrid services can combine with your existing On Site IT Systems to reduce overall operation cost whilst increasing accessibility and reliability. We will also be de-mystifying Virtual Desktops and how they don't cost the earth and what they can really do.
 
We will be running live demonstrations of hosted desktops and will have technical experts on hand to discuss any questions you have.
 
Register for Tickets for the Show
 
Posted by Jonathan Bastin

With the roll out of IPv6 we are met still with bugs and challenges. One we have stumbled across is that when you configure a static IPv6 address you still receive a DHCPP as well. It would seem Microsoft have a bug that when you enable a static IP it doesn't turn off the DHCP function.

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