My IT experience in the Marine Corps didn't include cable management, because well, in the Marine Corps there is no such thing. I recently finished moving the IT assets for one of our branches; servers, computers, phones. The project took two days and I think it looks pretty clean. I'll include some before and after pictures. We were moving from a 2-post to a 4-post rack. Let me know if you have any suggestions for our next office move. Here's the old server room:
We receive a number of complaints regarding the timing of weekly ESET scans and the length of time they take to complete, stating the computers are unusable while its in progress. Also, the currently weekly procedure is flawed in that users can easily circumvent scans if they are in the after hours scan group by taking their computer offline. We could force the scan, but those same users would be stuck at 8 AM waiting for their computer to finish scanning for ~2 hrs (we have a lot of old computers running WinXP that ESET really takes its time with).
We ran a report to find out how many threats are detected by the weekly OnDemand scan versus the other methods (Startup, Real-time, HTTP filter, Email filter). Using the Remote Administrator web interface, we charted a quick breakdown of the last 30 days:
Scanning tool detecting threats in the last 30 days.