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Server Management

Among the day to day to-dos for IT admins is server management. Controlling what each server does, as well as who can access them, is important to solid infrastructure as a whole.

LINUX

Managing Linux After SCCM Support EOL

Organizations using SCCM to manage Linux systems will need an alternative following the tool’s end-of-life support for the OS. Find one here.

SERVER MANAGEMENT

Why Jump Servers Are Obsolete

Jump servers can expose organizations to enormous risks, but new cloud architecture can address these risks. Try JumpCloud free today.

SERVER MANAGEMENT

RDP vs. SSH

Connecting remotely to server infrastructure is an everyday occurrence at IT and DevOps organizations. But when it comes to which […]

RADIUS

Using VPN to Secure IaaS Access

Using VPN to secure IaaS access is just part of an overall solution IT organizations can use to protect their cloud data centers.

SERVER MANAGEMENT

Connect QNAP to Cloud Identity Management

QNAP network attached storage (NAS) appliances are popular on-prem storage devices, but can you connect QNAP to cloud identity management?

SERVER MANAGEMENT

Manage Synology NAS Access from the Cloud

As Synology is a brand of Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliances, IT admins would like to manage Synology NAS user access from the cloud.

SERVER MANAGEMENT

Windows Server 2008 EOL (End of Life)

With an exact date set for the Windows Server 2008 EOL (end of life), many IT organizations are starting to migrate off of the platform.

IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT (IAM)

What is Advanced Server Access?

Advanced Server Access is a new term in the IAM space, but it’s largely just another fancy term for privileged access management.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Serverless User Management

The identity and access management (IAM) space has largely remained on-prem, but serverless user management is now a reality with JumpCloud®.

SERVER MANAGEMENT

Replace Windows® Server 2003

With so many organizations continuing to run Windows® Server 2003, it’s important to know the reasons why and if there is a viable replacement.

RADIUS

Serverless FreeRADIUS

FreeRADIUS is the most popular RADIUS instance, but is limited by being solely on-prem. A serverless FreeRADIUS option is crucial for the cloud era.