Brad Rudisail is a network engineer, IT manager, IT instructor, technical writer and professional musician. His twenty year writing portfolio includes a long assortment of white papers, newspaper columns, articles, learning curriculum and blogs. He is also the author of two inspirational books.
Personal Website: http://www.bradinthecloud.com
Recent Articles by Brad Rudisail
Microsoft Active Directory is inherent upon DNS, but that doesn't mean it requires Microsoft DNS, even though the vast majority of networks exclusively utilize Microsoft internal DNS services. The idea that AD requires Microsoft DNS is a myth.
Group Policy is a powerful tool that aids domain network managers deliver application settings to computers and users to keep them protected and in compliance. GP has a hidden aspects however that are unknown to many users.
The higher education model this country has utilized for decades is reaching its end-of-life and when approached from a logical perspective, seems almost archaic as it is failing to keep up with the speed of business.
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