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Introduction to the Internet of Money

Good evening, everyone! It’s such a pleasure to be here. This is my first time in Sweden and I’m enjoying every moment of it… except for the weather. [Laughter] But other than that, fantastic! It’s so good to be at a conference about the internet, because I remember my first internet… conference. It was in […]

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How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!

How to know if a website is secure? You type in your username and password, everyone can just listen up those and record them on the network as they go. The “green lock” is just not enough. In the olden days, people were told just to look for that little green padlock that says that […]

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Go hybrid with Windows Admin Center | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Hi, I’m Haley Rowland a Program Manager on the Server Management Experience Team. Hybrid Cloud has become top of mind for many of our customers. They’re realizing the business value that it provides. For example, it reduces the on-premises footprint, improves IT agility, and maximizes efficiency. One area where the value of Hybrid Cloud is […]

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How to Prevent Website Malware Infections

Hi I’m Chris with Tiny Frog Technologies and I want to talk to you a little bit about security topics on your WordPress website. I get questions like how important are security scans? Well to keep your website free from malware you’ll need to have security scanning software installed on your server where your website […]

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What’s new with Windows Admin Center v1904 | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Welcome, and thank you for joining the Windows Server Summit. I’m Daniel Lee, Program Manager on the Windows Admin Center team, and in this session we’ll be talking about what’s new in Windows Admin Center version 1904. Before we dive in, for those of you who are new to Windows Admin Center or less familiar, […]

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Should Windows Server 2008 Users Migrate to Azure Cloud or Upgrade to Windows Server 2019?

20,000,000 Servers worldwide are still running Windows Server 2008, and there’s a deadline that’s getting dangerously close. Support ends for Windows Server 2008 on January 14th 2020. So customers are facing some big decisions and weighing the various options. Option #1: Do nothing. Delete every email from Microsoft. That’s tempting, but not wise. 3rd Party […]

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The Internet: Encryption & Public Keys

Hi my name is Mia Gil-Epner, I’m majoring in Computer Science at UC Berkeley and I work for the Department of Defense, where I try to keep information safe. The Internet is an open and public system. We all send and receive information over shared wires and connections. But even though it’s an open system, […]

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Welcome to the new internet | Muneeb Ali | TEDxNewYork

Translator: Yanting Qian Reviewer: Julie Quynh Nguyen Today I’m going to tell you about how I fell in love with the internet. And how I realize that the internet is fundamentally broken in certain ways. But we can fix it. I still remember that I was a kid growing up in Pakistan. It was in […]

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