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The Massive DDoS Attack of October – Post Mortem

The Massive DDoS Attack of October – Post Mortem

October is known to have its share of scares, with Halloween kicking off the holiday season youngsters and the young-at-heart alike. But the United States had a scare of a different type on October 21st related to a massive DDoS attack directed at Dyn, an Internet infrastructure company headquartered in New Hampshire.

Cloud Adoption Soars in 2016

Cloud Adoption Soars in 2016

Have you moved your business's IT operations to the cloud yet? If you haven't -- or you aren't even entirely sure what the cloud is -- never fear. You can always count on techies to invent confusing names for new technologies. In short, the cloud is how your business is going to shave up to 30 percent from its IT budget this year -- but migrating to the cloud doesn't just reduce IT expenses.

Technology News Roundup – August and September 2016

Technology News Roundup – August and September 2016

August and September were busy months for news in the tech world. On the eve of its acquisition by Verizon, Yahoo announced that a data breach two years ago may have compromised the details of some 500 million users. Meanwhile, an insidious piece of malware has burrowed its way into government, military and financial computers overseas for five years.

The New Face of Productivity – The Virtual Executive

The New Face of Productivity – The Virtual Executive

Putting a face on a service or product can be a tremendous way to add value, create interest, appeal to authority, and really bolster a foundation of trust and reliability. Whether you’re selling a product and are using a celebrity to endorse it, or whether you elect to have a very visible and public figure-type executive with an “open door” policy, you’re attempting to use human interaction to lead the way in front of services, policies, or products.