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A blog for users, storage solution providers -- including value-added resellers (VARs), systems integrators, managed service providers (MSPs) and consultants -- about data storage hardware and software products and services, backup/archiving products and services, disaster recovery, storage area networks (SANs) and network-attached storage (NAS).


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Lawyers Dealing With Bitcoin E-Discovery

February 15, 2018 - We talked a couple of months ago about the best places to store bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and their advantages and disadvantages. It turns out there’s another nuance: Cryptocurrencies and e-discovery. It makes sense. The whole point of cryptocurrency – at least, one of them – is to have anonymous currency that can’t be traced...... READ MORE

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  • IoT logistics moves from connected fleet to connected things

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    The 21st century saw the inception of the internet of things. Many industries adopted IoT to improve efficiencies and meet increasing customer demands by using real-time data for prompt decision-making.

    IoT began its journey on the factory shop floor with technologies like RFID helping to advance…READ MORE

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  • Digital Disruption Has Become An Opportunity In A Big Way

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    Digital disruption has been able to bring a lot of opportunities for new business spectrum. Internet was probably the biggest disruption in bringing the whole world connecting with each other so easily with each other. In fact, different time zones and geographic distances are no longer an issue.Tra…READ MORE

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  • VMs in Azure region can't talk to MySQL database service in same region

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    I ran into an interesting issue last week. I had VMs in the US West region of Azure which was unable to talk to the MySQL database service (PaaS) also in US West. The problem is turned out was due to a new feature that needed some adjusting to make work (there’s already a bug open to get this fixed)…READ MORE

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  • Canonical got Juju eyeballs for storage

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    Canonical’s is mixing new potions in its Juju charm store.

    Juju is Canonical’s open source modelling tool for cloud software — it handles operations designed to deploy, configure, manage, maintain and scale applications via the command line interface, or through its optional GUI.

    The Juju c…READ MORE

    Adrian Bridgwater13,390 pointsBadges:
  • TechTarget's weekly roundup (2/12 - 2/19)

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    Security image via FreeImages
    What do you think about these new reports regarding the Equifax breach? Are you worried about your data? Check out the new details surrounding the breach in this week’s roundup.

    1. Equifax breach worsens, additional consumer data exposed – Madelyn Bacon (SearchSec…READ MORE

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  • SheHacks hackathon at BU promotes female tech advancement

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    For 36 hours during the last weekend in January, more than 1,000 attended one of the largest women’s hackathons ever at SheHacks Boston.

    SheHacks Boston organizer Natalie Pienkowska said that the event was a way to counter the “ridiculous” amount of inequality that remains in the modern workplace…READ MORE

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  • Intel P4510 U.2 SSD ships with 64-layer TLC 3D NAND

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    Intel launched a new P4510 Series of U.2 solid-state drives (SSDs) equipped with its 64-layer triple-level cell (TLC) 3D NAND flash and enhanced firmware, enabling greater storage density and lower random read latency than the prior P4500 model.

    The enterprise Intel P4510 Series is the first data…READ MORE

    Carol Sliwa3,720 pointsBadges:
  • Do Try Microsoft Teams

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    If you’re an Office 365 subscriber with a company email address enrolled, you owe it to yourself (and your company or organization) to give Microsoft Teams a try. It’s the new “teamwork hub” for the Office 365 environment. It’s likely to replace Skype for Business in the next year or two, too. To th…READ MORE

    Ed Tittel10,545 pointsBadges:
  • Brexit fears and frustrations are mounting for UK tech sector leaders

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    You wouldn’t exactly classify the leaders of the UK tech sector as a bunch of liberal lefties. For all the stereotypes of bearded Shoreditch sandal-wearers that surround much of the nascent startup scene, if you polled the average UK tech conference for delegates’ political views, you would find…READ MORE

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  • How worried about Brexit are fintech companies?

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    An international fintech delegation to UK: now you see them, now you don’t. Just like that.

    I was all geared up to meet 50 fintech companies from across Europe and Israel as part a delegation invited by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and the City of London. I would have got to int…READ MORE

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  • Why doesn’t YouTube ban Logan Paul?

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    YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, speaking at Recode’s Code Media conference in California, has insisted its macabre problem child Logan Paul hasn’t done enough to be kicked off the platform.
    The company’s image has been run ragged by the maniacal vlogger since January’s media storm surrounding h…READ MORE

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  • Lawyers Dealing With Bitcoin E-Discovery

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    We talked a couple of months ago about the best places to store bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and their advantages and disadvantages. It turns out there’s another nuance: Cryptocurrencies and e-discovery.

    It makes sense. The whole point of cryptocurrency – at least, one of them – is to…READ MORE

    Sharon Fisher9,165 pointsBadges:
  • rugged DevOps

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    Rugged DevOps is an approach to software development that places a priority on making sure code is secure before it gets to production. Continued…

    Quote of the Day
    “It’s possible to develop code that’s even more secure than before the move to DevOps if you approach DevOps and security properly…READ MORE

    Kaitlin Herbert1,470 pointsBadges:
  • PowerShell for loop

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    PowerShell has a number of looping mechanisms – do-while; do-until; foreach; while and for loops. In this post I’ll show you how to use the PowerShell for loop.

    A for loop iterates a predefined number 0f times. A basic for loop looks like this:
    for ($i=0; $i -lt 10; $i++) {
    $i
    }
     

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  • Machine Learning, what is it and why should I care?

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    This is a guest blogpost by Luiz Aguiar, data scientist at GoCompare.

    We produce a massive amount of data every day.

    Not only that, our attitudes towards the data we produce are also changing. We’re becoming more comfortable sharing the data we produce with apps, businesses, and other entit…READ MORE

    Brian McKenna3,670 pointsBadges:
  • The Field of (Cloud) Dreams: if you build it, will they come?

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    In this guest post, Allan Brearley, cloud practice lead at IT services consultancy ECS and Tesco Bank’s former head of transformation, draws inspiration from a 1989 Kevin Costner movie to advise enterprises on how best to approach their move to the cloud…

    Using cloud offers enterprises opport…READ MORE

    Caroline Donnelly4,995 pointsBadges:
  • In praise of recommendation engines, AI with proven ROI

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    CIOs are developing “a sort of tunnel vision about AI,” Isaac Sacolick, a former CIO who now advises CIOs on big initiatives like digital transformation, told me recently.

    “The CIOs I talk to are starting to believe that everything exciting that’s happening in AI is happening in deep learning,” s…READ MORE

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  • Baited breadth - the rise of phishing

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    Reviews of organisational security can be viewed in many positive ways, but all too often with trepidation or resignation. The rise of phishing, where spoof, but increasingly credible, messages try to obtain sensitive information, is a particularly troublesome challenge. It exploits one of the weake…READ MORE

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  • Measuring What Matters in IT Sales

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    Welcome to the TechTarget Research Blog. TechTarget, since its very inception, has recognized that enterprise technology buyers need definitive guidance and insight when researching purchases and we have delivered on that promise for over 20 years. Now, we offer information and insight to technology…READ MORE

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  • Extending the shelf-life of enterprise mobile devices

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    With more businesses expecting enterprise-grade mobile devices to last longer than the average consumer smartphone replacement cycle, keeping those devices secure is a growing challenge.

    According to a survey by Zebra Technologies, 51% of businesses want their mobile computers to last more than f…READ MORE

    Aaron Tan1,250 pointsBadges:

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