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Phishing, ransomware, and malware are just some of the tactics cybercriminals use to attack digital data and information. Learn more about these threats. ...

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Mobile payment services and online banking have lightened our wallets, at least physically. Phones, smart watches, and user login identification that remembers passwords and credit card information make financial processes streamlined. Contactless pay options, decentralized digital currency, and cryptocurrency are revolutionizing the economy. ...

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Here in the northern hemisphere, summer has rolled round again, bringing record temperatures across Europe and North America with it. While a cold shower or an icecream might be enough to cool us down, things aren’t so simple for the devices that we trust to store our data. Have you ever wondered why data centres are so cold? The answer is slightly more complex than “to keep the IT people cool”. ...

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Wi-Fi is a set of protocols that enable wireless networking, these protocols are defined in the 802.11 IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standard. Although this goes without saying: Wi-Fi is extremely convenient, especially in homes where it may not be practical to connect devices together using cables. This means that backups to network locations in the home and some offices are often performed over Wi-Fi. While this may be more convenient, there are several downsides when compared to a backup performed over a cabled network connection. ...

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You’d be surprised to know what a big role backups play in Hollywood, on and off the screen. For example, did you know that Toy Story 2 almost didn’t exist because of poor backup practices? ...

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Posted at Aug 4 2021, 12:00h in backup Erin Osborne, Marketing

Categories: backup, best-practice-advice