Cloud

AWS re:Post Takes on Stack Overflow

by Michael Otey

There’s no doubt that the Internet can be a great resource for technical information and solutions to the problems that you face. However, it can also be a source of misinformation, dead ends and a waste of precious time. That's where AWS re:Post Q&A comes in. Many IT professionals often first turn to a site… Read More

Big Announcements at AWS re:Invent 2021

by Michael Otey

This year’s AWS re:Invent conference is taking place from Nov. 29 through Dec. 3, 2021 at the Venetian Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The re:Invent conference is the biggest AWS event of the year. Unlike last year’s conference which was only online, this year’s re:Invent is a hybrid event that is both in-person and… Read More

Microsoft 365 Built-in Data Protection

by Michael Otey

Microsoft 365 is the most widely used cloud application for business and it has several different technologies that are designed to protect your data. Let’s take a closer look at Microsoft 365’s built-in data protection technologies and see what steps you might need to take for your own complete data protection needs. OneDrive Recycle Bin… Read More

Ransomware Risks for Microsoft 365

by Michael Otey

With the rise in remote workers the risk of ransomware is higher than it has ever been before. By now most people know that ransomware is a type of malware extortion scheme that typically encrypts files and folders preventing access to critical data or sometimes it can also be used to steal sensitive data. After… Read More

AWS Announcement Highlights for February 2021

by Michael Otey

In spite of the heavy winter weather and ongoing pandemic, Amazon continues to churn out an impressive set of enhancements for AWS. Here are some of the highlights from Amazon’s February 2021 AWS announcements. AWS Outposts support local snapshots To better enable businesses to meet their data residency and local data processing needs, Amazon announced… Read More

Four Common Disaster Recovery Myths

by Michael Otey

Most organizations have finally been convinced about the need to have a robust disaster recovery (DR) plan to protect their essential workloads. That’s due in a big part to the fact that almost everyone in IT is all too familiar with Murphy’s Law that states if something can go wrong it will go wrong and… Read More