Here’s Why You Never Ignore Root’s Mail
A consulting client had asked for my help in a Solaris-to-Linux migration, and we had the big moves done. We were cleaning up, doing “while you’re here” tasks, just checking to verify that some things were working as expected. The backup process had moved to Linux about a year ago, and migrating web service of […]
Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution With Cloud Backup
Last month I urged you to take advantage of very inexpensive and easy-to-use cloud storage services and protect your precious personal data — digital photographs and more. Amazon Glacier seems to be the way to go, it’s just US$ 0.01 per gigabyte per month. As we discuss in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course, you […]
Large and Small Clouds Close, Hang On To Your Data!
In Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course we caution that any move into the cloud needs to be preceded by careful consideration of how you will get your data and operation back out again. Availability is the leg of the CIA triad effected by business pressures. We just got another reminder of this. Nirvanix was […]