EXPANDED STATE OF EMERGENCY IN JAPAN
On July 30, the Government of Japan declared that the State of Emergency currently in effect in Tokyo and Okinawa will be expanded to also cover the prefectures of Chiba, Kanagawa, Saitama and Osaka from August 2 to August 31.
jack.zhang
02.08.21 12:34 AM - Comment(s)
Microsoft Stores for Business and Education Ending in 2023
Microsoft on Wednesday announced plans to end the online Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education in the "first quarter of 2023," per a Microsoft document on the topic.
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29.07.21 12:27 AM - Comment(s)
Indonesia Customs has updated new regulations
The Indonesia Customs has updated new regulations and the changes will be effective from 1 August, 2021. To prevent any shipment delays to and from Indonesia, we have summarized the key points for you to take note of.
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27.07.21 02:01 AM - Comment(s)
IT Field Service Impact, Typhoon In-Fa hits Chinas coast
#BROCENT IT Field Service is being Impacted by the Typhoon In-Fa, that starts on 7/26 till 7/30 - the FTE Service, TOKEN Dispatch Service, PTE Service and Professional Service Onsite Deployment.
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26.07.21 02:52 AM - Comment(s)
Japans current Covid-19 response and the upcoming Olympics.
Covid-19 State of Emergency: Tokyo is now under a new state of emergency, expected to last until August 22nd. People are asked to not travel between prefectures, where possible, and are being asked to stay at home and refrain from non-essential outings
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20.07.21 06:31 AM - Comment(s)
One-Click Mitigation Tool Mitigating Exchange Attacks
Microsoft’s scramble to address the fallout from the zero-day attacks against on-prem Exchange Server installations continued this week with the release of a one-click mitigation tool help businesses contain the damage.
jack.zhang
17.03.21 02:44 PM - Comment(s)
Wi-Fi Site Surveys: Passive, Active, Survey-on-A-Stick
The lifecycle of a wireless network is the process of designing, validating, optimizing, and troubleshooting that network. We’ve discussed Wi-Fi site surveys in a couple of Webinar. However, not all site surveys are equal. There’s three common types of on-site surveys that can be performed.
jack.zhang
08.03.21 12:17 PM - Comment(s)
Protect Organization Data against Adrozek
Adrozek is a malicious browser modifier that, when installed on users’ machines, infects them with adware. This particular strain of malware has been making rounds since May 2020;
jack.zhang
17.02.21 04:00 AM - Comment(s)
Microsoft LAPS: What is it and why you should be using it
Password management within an enterprise environment can be difficult, more so when you consider the management and controlling of local administrator accounts across all Windows devices.
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16.02.21 04:02 AM - Comment(s)
Office 365 Rules to Prevent Ransomware
Microsoft 365 helps protect your business against ransomware by preventing potentially dangerous files, like JavaScript, batch, and executables, from being opened in Outlook. To increase this level of protection by adding rules that block or warn you of additional types of files, follow these steps.
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16.02.21 03:27 AM - Comment(s)