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Zoom: Early Deployment Data

This post will serve as a quick update on our first couple of months worth of deployment data for our Zoom video conferencing service. I explained our decision to move to a cloud-based system in general and… 476 more words

NaBloWriMo

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan

A Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) plan cannot be an afterthought. Giving yourself peace of mind that your business’s most important data is safe from network or hard drive failure, fire or water damage, or even theft would provide a much smoother experience during an otherwise chaotic time of crisis. 238 more words

Technology

Box in the Cloud

Box in the Cloud | Dropbox Highlights
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Dropbox is a familiar 2.0 cloud service, in that the more you use or refer, the more storage capacity and service you earn —very 2.0 ideologically, if you ask me. 193 more words

Assignments

UK seeks to shutter Russian site streaming video from webcams

If you feel like someone’s watching you, you might be right.

A mega peeping Tom site out of Russia is collecting video and images from poorly secured webcams, closed-circuit TV cameras and even baby monitors around the world and is streaming the results. 368 more words

Omniquad launches Mailwall Cloud - Wide Angle protection for Office 365

Many small and large businesses prepare to take to the Clouds with Microsoft Office 365. A cloud based solution makes sense, and a scale-able powerful cloud solution even more sense.   518 more words

News & Developments

Integrating the Experience across Desktop and Mobile with Pushbullet

I recall that Pushbullet appeared on my recommended apps in Google Play for a while.

Now that I’ve had it installed on my mobile and in the… 361 more words

Collaboration & Productivity

The Hard Reset

OK, I guess Google’s Android 5.0 (Lollipop) mobile operating system launched today, but I won’t see it on my LG G2 probably for months, but that may not be such a bad thing. 443 more words