Dear Valued Customers, Our US office will be closed on Monday the 5th September 2016 for the Labor Day public holiday. Staff from our technical support and sales teams located in our US office will be unavailable on this day, including both phone and email. Australian support and sales teams will be operating as usual. If you’re
Imagine a world where instead of using a hard drive, you store your data in your own genes: up to 1,000,000,000 TB in a speck on your hand. Science fiction? Not quite. Big name companies like Microsoft believe DNA data storage is the future, and are investing heavily into it. The reason is simple: the digital data
One of the greatest risks to your server is running EOL operating systems and software on it. Here’s why.
Imagine that your business suffers a data disaster. An employee has opened a malicious file with a virus in it, there’s been a flooding in the server room, or someone’s just accidentally deleted a vital file. No problem, you’ve got backups, right? Unfortunately, when you boot up your backup, you find it doesn’t work. But
In an ironic twist, the U.S’s National Security Agency (NSA) has been hacked by hackers. Their elite hacking tools are now up for auction for over half a million dollars, available to the highest bidder.
BYOD—for those not in the know, it doesn’t stand for ‘Bring Your Own Drinks’. It’s ‘Bring Your Own Device’ and it’s becoming more and more popular. At first glance, BYOD is a great deal for both businesses and employees. It’s convenient to just use your high-grade laptop to link into the work servers and get stuff
In the future, your household appliances or even your car could be turned against you—and it’s easier to do than you think. Hackers recently demonstrated this by hacking a smart thermostat with ransomware, forcing it to stay at 99 degrees. The thermostat demanded $300 in bitcoins to regain its control. The hackers said it was “so
For just a measly $39, anyone can buy software that can lock down your business and hold it for ransom. This is the era we live in now—one where businesses, organizations and even hospitals are at threat from anyone willing to fork out the price of a restaurant meal to criminals on the dark web. A new