When virtualizing your servers, the choice usually comes down to this: “Should I go with Hyper-V or VMware?” With more than half of all server workloads being virtualized, your choice of Hypervisor is very important. Unfortunately, popularity is no indicator. Both Hyper-V and VMware are well renowned and highly functional products. And both of them have very
Wild weather. Roaming raiders. Building walls. And one person with a little bit more knowledge than the rest trying to keep the village safe. Let’s face it. From the bronze age to the digital age, things haven’t changed that much. Our threats have just gone from physical to digital. Here’s how being a SysAdmin is like being the village sage.
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Let’s face it—servers are expensive. From cooling to licensing, they suck up money just like they do electricity. It’s natural that when it comes to paying the bills, the first thing to draw scrutiny is one of the most expensive. The real question is this: how do you reduce server maintenance costs without losing key functionality? If
You know the feeling. A user has done something incredibly dumb. Like opening a strange attachment despite all the counter-phishing training you did last month. And your brain cells all scream at once, just one single word. “Whhhyyyyyyyy?” It’s said that common sense isn’t common. When it comes to IT, it’s even more true. A
Do you have branch offices or roaming users? BackupAssist includes tools for backing up data to a remote location, while also being able to restore their data, no matter where they are. All you need to get started are two things: BackupAssist installed on the device you want to remotely back up. An internet connection.
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It’s 2003. The new Millenium has just begin. iTunes is launched, fresh on the back of new and popular iPod. The Human Genome project is completed. The Iraq War begins despite millions of worldwide protests. Beijing schools are closed over fear of SARS. And as if things couldn’t get any worse, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrates.
It’s like the tale of Pandora’s box. Infected USB sticks are finding their way into people’s mailboxes—and curiosity is making them look inside. The Australian Police Force is being flooded with phone calls from residents of the Melbourne suburb of Pakenham. Upon connecting the infected USB sticks to thier computers, they’ve been assailed with extremely