When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
Have you got a presentation on something technical coming up? Here’s how to keep your listeners from tuning out and get your message across.
Another day, another user problem. Here’s a list of things you could give thanks for… if you were lucky enough that they actually happened.
Today, almost a century ago, the computer mouse was born. What you may not know is it was made by a man many once considered mad.
If you’re wondering if you should replace your server or not, wonder no more. Here’s the answer to if you should upgrade your hardware or show it the door.
All the company’s data is gone. As the SysAdmin, you’re the one who has to break the bad news. But hey, why not make it fun? It’s not like things can get any worse!
“That’s insane.” These were the words a Supreme Court Judge uttered again and again, when the NYPD admitted it had no backups for seized evidence.
If you’ve been living under a rock since Monday, here’s some news you need to know. A huge, dangerous flaw has been discovered in the industry standard Wi-Fi protocol.
In a special report, Storage Switzerland reveals one of the biggest threats to a business from ransomware is a process known as infection magnification,
Here’s why businesses still love fax machines – and why they really shouldn’t love this outdated piece of 1960’s tech as much as they should.
Looking to eliminate your downtime? Take a leaf out of the Waffle House book. They’re so good at it, even the U.S. Government takes notes.
Last week, the FDA recalled nearly half a million pacemakers due to fears they could be hacked with equipment as cheap as $15 and available on eBay.