Ransomware is THE MOST talked about tech issue today. Period. In 2016 businesses, institutions (hospitals, universities, etc.) and governments, paid out in excess of $1 BILLION in ransom.
Happy New Year out there to all our faithful readers! In the spirit of the New Year, I thought it would be wise to create my own top ten resolutions of Good and Responsible IT leadership.
I know most of you are thinking that *everyone* practices IT using all of the Best Practices and methods. So Keith, why do I need to abandon my daily coffee and exciting game of digital solitaire. The network is running just fine. Well, my friend, I swear on my giant pink fluffy bunny slippers that not everyone is as responsible as you are. So, let’s get to it.
Data Security in the Information Age
Well, once again it is that time of year where ghosts, ghouls, and Spider-man roam the streets for candy. This Halloween, I dressed fashionably as Sherlock Holmes with pink, fuzzy Bunny slippers. I tried to get my wife to go as Watson, but the look I received had me shivering in my boots reminding me that there are so many kinds of fear. I don’t think she appreciated my dedication to the Holmes-ian lore. So, while I was passing out candy, I pondered that many of us might be getting goosebumps from all of the Hacking going on in the world
I woke up this morning and was on my way to the gym when I received an annoying alert on my phone announcing Microsoft’s Product Announcement for Windows Server 2016.
“It’s finally here. Windows the Next Generation!” Really!?! All that was missing was the 1970s chic product gal with the glittering smile.
We just can’t wait to tell you how great it is and all the cool new things we have added to make your life simpler, faster, and better. Somehow, I think I have been here before.