Researchers warn that the TV’s lack of authentication means that a hacker could use it to access your Wi-Fi network
Source: Samsung Smart TV flaw leaves devices open to hackers
I’ve created a quick, 100 step, how-to on getting your Sophos UTM, version 9.x, appliance connected to Microsoft Azure.
Check it out here.
Okay… that’s clever and sorta funny.
Inventive users took their revenge via Wikipedia
Source: Burger King triggers Google Home devices with TV ad
Microsoft is rolling out a new talent-management application, staking out a space in human-capital management, in addition to starting to integrate Dynamics 365 with LinkedIn.
Source: Microsoft starts integrating Dynamics 365 with LinkedIn | ZDNet
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently stopped by Business Insider’s Poland office and spoke with us about the past, present and future of Microsoft.
Source: Q&A with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: On artificial intelligence, work culture, and what’s next – Business Insider
In the near future, I’ll be doing this same practice with “low end” hardware for the budget conscience.
This topic explains how to implement a 2-node hyperconverged cluster from scratch.This is a real example with almost enterprise grade hardware
Source: 2-node hyperconverged cluster with Windows Server 2016
Over 20 models are impacted, exposing thousands of household devices online to exploit.
Source: Linksys Smart Wi-Fi routers a hotbed of unpatched security flaws | ZDNet
Starwind vSAN Free has now dropped all the restrictions on it’s use!
You can now setup your own HyperConverged cluster with Hyper-V Core for free… but be prepared to use PowerShell vs. a GUI.
I’ll be following this up, in a few weeks, with a complete walk through and step-by-step instructions.
A free version of StarWind Virtual SAN® for all your test and development purposes. It supports most of the full version’s features and production use.
Find out more here.
Reminiscent of the Mirai botnet that brought down large swathes of the US internet last year, this new malware targets poorly-secured Internet of Things devices and renders them useless.
Source: Homeland Security warns of ‘BrickerBot’ malware that destroys unsecured internet-connected devices | ZDNet