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Why Upgrade from Windows XP?

Posted on by Compudyne Admin

There are many important reasons to upgrade from Windows XP.  I will cover briefly the top three reasons that will have the most impact on a business: Productivity, New Technology and Security. Productivity: When you take a closer look, the newer versions of Windows have features that help you work more efficiently.  The Aero snap […]

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Welcome to Compudyne’s Blog

Posted on by kvasko

You made it!  Thanks for stopping by.  Compudyne’s new blog is a destination for some great information.  The blog is setup based on two categories: Wired and unWired. Wired Our Wired section hosts some great posts geared toward the technical crowd.  Here we have posted written by the talented technical minds at Compudyne sharing the […]

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Test drive Horizon View, with Compudyne

Posted on by Compudyne Admin

Benefits of Desktop Virtualization By now you have heard of Desktop Virtualization (VDI), and have started to question “how can VDI benefit my organization?” VDI is about lowering costs by improving flexibility, management, and security of your desktop platform. VDI improves management by virtualizing the end user desktop. VDI desktops are built off standardized images […]

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Should I Click on the Link?

Posted on by Compudyne Admin

Most everyone connected to the Internet gets email and has one or more social networking accounts. Facebook, PayPal, eBay, Twitter and other such sites are pretty neat bits of technology and are weaving themselves deeper and deeper into the under-pinnings of all basic e-communications. For years, email has been a primary avenue by which spammers, hackers and various fraudulent […]

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vSphere 5.5 released! New features and benefits

Posted on by Compudyne Admin

vSphere 5.5 was released at VMworld 2013. This update contains a number of features that will help manage your vSphere environment; several of these features will benefit Compudyne customers and we are excited to present them. ‘Flash Read Cache’ as the name implies, is a new feature allowing an ESXi host to utilize SSD flash […]

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The Unfortunate Commonality of Cyber Attacks

Posted on by kvasko

Last night I received an email from Adobe outlining the details of a recent sophisticated attack on their network. Hackers were able to illegally access pertinent customer information and source code for various Adobe products.  See Adobe’s information about the attack here. Sadly, this type of attack from hackers has become common. Check out this […]

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