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    March 04, 2020

    Technological Impacts of Coronavirus: Is Your Environment Prepared?

    You have probably heard of this interesting virus affecting people in other countries. However, have you considered the organizational impact Coronavirus may already have on your business today? What about when, not if, it proliferates in the United States? All major publications and news outlets – ...

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    October 25, 2019

    Teachable Moments in IT

    An article caught my eye this week. It involves the unfortunate circumstances in the city of Baltimore, but it’s a valuable lesson to any organization (link below). In short, a combination of ransomware and poorly managed backups wreaked havoc on the City of Baltimore.  The unfortunate situation is ...

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    September 03, 2019

    Business Continuity and Top Management are Inseparable

    ContinuityCentral.com posted an analysis by editor David Honour of a crisis communication statement made by National Grid CEO John Pettigrew following a wide-area power outage that occurred on August 9th, which was the largest to occur in the UK for over a decade. The analysis scrutinizes every ...

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    August 07, 2018

    What Does Citrix Sharefile Have to Do With Harvard?

    The Harvard Business Review conducted a study to understand how successful teams collaborate using file sharing technology.

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    April 02, 2018

    Hyperconvergence:  Benefits on Thinking Inside the Box

    As problem-solvers, we like to think outside the box at Sayers. Sometimes, however, the best solution is inside the box. Hyperconvergence is one of those situations where you shouldn’t ignore the box, because the answer is there. A hyperconverged IT platform presents the hardware and software to ...

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    October 24, 2017

    What’s KRACKing at HPE Aruba

    Everything you need to know about KRACK(Key Reinstallation Attacks) What is it? Mathy Vanhoef, a technical security researcher, found what we are now calling “KRACK” to be a devastating security flaw in the relatively “secure” standard for wireless networks WPA. KRACK allows for attackers to ...

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