Yahoo!’s Data Breach Possibly the Largest in the History of the Internet

On 22 September 2016Yahoo! released a statementand the full extent of the2014 Yahoo! data breach was revealed. With at least 500 million Yahoo! accoun…

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Seagate’s Data Theft: Who Is Responsible?

On 1 March 2016 an unfortunate soul inSeagate Technology’sHuman Resources department fell for aphishing email(hook, line and sinker), and voluntaril…

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Data Visualisation: A New Way of Making It Work for You

Your data, your company’s most valuable asset. Applications use data to run but more importantly, it is the data they generate that gets used by bus…

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Quantum Computers and Data Security

Quantum computing will significantly improve the speed at which conventional computers are processing today. How exactly? By changing our entire under…

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So Long Passwords, and Thanks for All the Phishing

Conventionalpasswords will become obsoletevery soon. Bill Gates alreadypredicted it in 2004, it’s not breaking news. The average consumer using elec…

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Data Privacy: LinkedIn Soon to Be Under Microsoft’s Control

Microsoft buys LinkedIn for over 26 billion dollars (US). Let’s pause for a moment and ponder what that means… it’s a lot to take in. With the m…

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Nothing In Life Is Free. Not Even a Windows 10 Upgrade.

Microsoft initiated theirfreeWindows 10 upgrade ad campaign inmid-2015. The upgrade was planned to be free from 29 July 2015 to 29 July 2016. Terry My…

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Five Ingredients to Creating Innovative Technology

Technology cannot progress without innovation, and man’s ability to solve problems, make things easier or simply create excitement is what defines u…

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Should You Be Staking Your Business On A Password Generator?

A simple search on Google for the phrase ‘password generator’ returns more than 28 million results. You’ll notice that most of them are actually passw…

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Three Exciting Emerging Technologies in the Cloud World

Old versus new…..

There was a time not too long ago where a cloud was a white fluffy vapour pocket floating in the sky. Now when we refer to the cl…

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Redstor achieves Nutanix Premier Partner Status

Nutanix simplifies data centre infrastructure by integrating server and storage resources into a turnkey appliance that is deployed in just 30 to 60 m…

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Reading Half Marathon

On Sunday, 22nd March, well over 10,000 runners, including Redstor employees, took part in the Reading Half Marathon, many of them raising money for c…

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