In true The Sound of Music style, I’ve decided to find out how exactly one does take a cloud and pin it down. As it turns out, there are more successful methods than the nuns thought. Granted, there are plenty of problems. Employees like to bring their own devices and access sensitive material with them, insecure software pops up all over the place, and there’s always the classic account hijacking problem. Public cloud also presents the issues that come with sharing storage space with somebody else. Nonetheless, all cloud services have some kind of security measures for their facilities, infrastructure, systems and applications Read the rest of this entry »
Separating the toxic from nontoxic is standard procedure for labs, but companies tend to be less dedicated to separating personal from professional devices. Enter Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), in which the personal devices invade the business zone and make operations more difficult. Read the rest of this entry »
A fascinating article recently published on The Verge explored a new data format created by a group of scientists from University of Southampton in the UK. Using nanostructured glass, the 5D discs have a lifespan up to about 14 billion years even in extreme temperatures. Keep reading or Click Here to be taken to the full article on theverge.com.
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