So... Corporate Windows 7 laptop stolen. If you could send 3 commands to the device in an attempt to control damage to the organization, what would they be? (Assume stock Windows image first, then ...
We have a policy that everybody who leaves their laptop at the office must put it in a cupboard or cabinet when they leave for the day. To make this easier, all laptop users are also provided with ...
With a number of laptops out there the likelihood of one being stolen is high. What methods, preferably free, can be used to secure the data on the computers? The laptops do not have any special ...
Just a quick question. When using shared hosting, can system admins (employed by the host) access your files and read your database connectionstring details? Can they also access your database, and ...
An organisation that I do work for has made the decision to move several public access terminals (Tower/Monitor/Keyboard/Mouse combo) into a public place. These machines are already secured with ...
I had a user's laptop stolen recently during shipping and it was setup with windows live sync. The thief or buyer's kids took some photos of themselves and they were synced to the user's my documents. ...
Let's say I have a Windows 2008 (or a Windows 2003) Domain Controller (With DNS, etc.) in a remote office that is (of course) part of a much larger domain in a primary location (it's in a separate ...
Most companies I have worked at have had either a collection of disks or a network share with the installs of the commonly used software in them. This is to allow the IT dept and skilled users to ...