Years ago I worked at Symbian software (later to be taken over and destroyed by Nokia and Microsoft but that’s a story for another time), there I deployed Connected Data protector which was an amazing (if expensive) tool for doing backups of users desktops and laptops on demand. It
2018 is certainly kicking off with an interesting set of security issues that affect all processors in use today, Intel, AMD, ARM and so on.
In short the three vulnerbilities are:
Azure and AWS have already patched their hosts. They were one
A new year can often mean new years resolutions and a new begining for others.
For me, I see it as a chance to set a few targets and try to do better than I did last year. While I'm fairly happy with the blogs and other content that I
I've been playing with Microsoft's project Honolulu quite a bit. I do think that it could become a very nice, full-featured server management tool that is used to administrate Windows core and even windows nano machines.
As part of looking at Honolulu I've also been looking at Microsoft LAPS, the
I think I may have invented a new phrase today “GDPR Hysteria”, it’s when a company/management team/data protection officer takes the requirements of GDPR and dials them up 11 and this is something I’ve seen a few times now and I’m quite at a loss