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September, 2018

September 30, 2018  8:24 PM

Yes, You Can Use the Wayback Machine in Court

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

In this we-have-always-been-at-war-with-Eurasia era when websites, audio recordings, photographs, and video can be changed or created, it’s good to know that courts have ruled that stored images of websites from the Wayback Machine part of the Internet Archive can now be introduced as...

September 24, 2018  8:29 AM

Get Ready for the Microsoft Windows 10 Storage Fail

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Microsoft, Storage, Windows 10

Oh, this should be fun. Microsoft is warning users that the next Windows 10 update might kill their systems. Pass the popcorn. This all came out in a warning issued earlier this month from Microsoft. “On Microsoft Windows 10 systems that have limited storage space (such as thin clients or...

September 17, 2018  8:59 AM

Schneider USB Malware Scare

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
malware, USB

We’ve talked before about security issues involved with USB drives, but here’s a new one: A vendor alerting us to malware on a USB drive that it’s shipping with its product. Schneider Electric recently notified users of its Conext Combox and Conext Battery Monitor that USB removable media...

September 12, 2018  7:13 AM

Tape is Not Dead, Tape Manufacturers Say

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Tape, Tape backup

Every few years, tape manufacturers get together to remind us that tape is not dead. And it’s not. You still get the most bandwidth for your buck using a 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend

September 4, 2018  10:34 AM

Google’s hard disk drive – destroying robots

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Disk drive, Google, Hard disk, Robotics

Earlier this summer, we talked about machines that are intended specifically to destroy hard disk drives. But Google does it...

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