One location, for a growing business, is typically not enough. With sufficient personnel and capital, many businesses prefer to set up multiple offices to attract different regions of customers. With offices spread all over the country or globe, how can your business install a network so all the locations can work, communicate, and share information easily, … [Read more...] about The 5 smartest ways to connect multiple offices
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It's not a huge stretch to say that without the domain name system, the internet as we know it would be practically unusable. With domain names being as important as they are, the servers we use to look them up form a critical part of our internet experience. For users who would like a little more control over how their phones resolve domain names, we're here to talk about what … [Read more...] about How to make Android use the DNS server of your choice
Apr 17 2018 vSphere 6.7 is here and with support for vSphere 5.5 ending soon (Sept.) many people will be considering upgrading to it. Before you rush in though there is some important information about this release that you should be aware of. First let’s talk upgrade paths, you can’t just upgrade from any prior vSphere version to this release, only direct … [Read more...] about Important information to know before upgrading to vSphere 6.7
WannaCry is a ransomware worm that spread rapidly through across a number of computer networks in May of 2017. After infecting a Windows computers, it encrypts files on the PC's hard drive, making them impossible for users to access, then demands a ransom payment in bitcoin in order to decrypt them.A number of factors made the initial spread of WannaCry particularly noteworthy: … [Read more...] about What is WannaCry ransomware, how does it infect, and who was responsible?
By its original design, FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is not secure, meaning it doesn’t encrypt data being transmitted between two machines, along with user’s credentials. This poses a massive threat to data as well as server security. In this tutorial, we will explain how to manually enable data encryption services in a FTP server in CentOS/RHEL 7 and Fedora; we … [Read more...] about How to Secure a FTP Server Using SSL/TLS for Secure File Transfer in CentOS 7