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Leon Mallett

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Is your OneDrive mapping script about to fail?

Mapping drives to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online makes lots of sense for organisations who want to avoid file synchronisation, and keep tight policy-based control over corporate data in...
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Hurricane-Proof Single Sign-On

September 2017 - Barry University, Miami FL, like many institutions in South Florida was unfortunate to be in the path of Hurricane Irma – the most powerful Hurricane to strike the United States...
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How the cloud turned IT inside out

For decades IT was provided by servers physically located on-site within organisation’s own data centers. Depending on the size of the organisation, this 'data center' may be a dedicated property...
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Solving IT challenges in Multi-Academy Trusts

Forget any stereotypes you might have about the education sector. Long considered a bureaucratic, risk-averse and laggard sector, education has played second fiddle to the corporate world in many...
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IAM Cloud still Golden

16 May 2017 -  Today we affirmed our commitment to our Microsoft partnership by being certified as a Microsoft Gold Partner for the 4th year in a row. 
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IAM Cloud re-certified as ISO27001-secure

Press Release: Huddersfield, 26 April 2017 – IAM Technology Group Ltd, developers of the IAM Cloud identity management platform, announced today that it has been re-certified as ISO 27001 compliant –...
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Don't get trapped. Cloud migration is the perfect antidote to SaaS lock-in

When software versioning mirrored the 3-4 year cycles of hardware obsolescence and replacement, product lock-in had a natural and predictable punctuation. However with the growth of SaaS and the...
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7 reasons federation is more important than SSO

Single sign-on is great. SSO gives users a nice simple and seamless experience with their IT services. Plus it means that users only have to remember one password, which means fewer trips to the IT...
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How to evolve your IT service without triggering technophobes

Hell is other people - Jean-Paul Sartre.
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