An Introductory Guide to vSphere HTML5 Client

Is vSphere HTML5 Client now superior to vSphere Web Client? Or is there still room for both? Let's get down to the details. Read the post here: An Introductory Guide to vSphere HTML5 Client … [Read more...]

The GDPR has arrived: What happens now?

So, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is here and the sky hasn’t fallen. Some have reacted with an eye roll and a muttered “what did you think was going to happen?” Others will think it’s Y2K all over again: a big build up for nothing. Of course, the world post-25 May 2018 looks very much the same as it did before, but it’s much too early to pass judgement. The effects of the GDPR … [Read more...]

How your web browser tells you when it’s safe

Source By: COMPUTERWORLD FROM IDG As Google moves to change how its Chrome browser flags insecure websites, rival browsers may be forced to follow suit. Here's how other browsers currently handle website security and what changes they have coming. Google last week spelled out the schedule it will use to reverse years of advice from security experts when browsing the Web - to "look for the … [Read more...]

Win10 April Update: What’s new for IT pros? (Part 2)

Source By: TechTalk Powered By GFI Software In Part 1 of this 3-part overview of the Windows 10 April Update (also known as version 1803) that started rolling out to the public in early May, we looked at some of the more user-centric new features such as the Timeline, Focus Assist, Nearby Sharing, and Edge tab muting. While many IT professionals will find these useful, as well, there is another … [Read more...]

GDPR Horoscope

From all of us here at Druva, I am wishing you a happy GDPR Day! For many organizations May 25th, 2018, has been an impending inevitable data privacy doomsday of a sort. The amount of coverage around the GDPR has been tremendous, and EU 20,000,000 in fines is by no means a neglectable amount for any organization. In the meantime, there is still plenty of ambiguity around enforcement, … [Read more...]

Sneak peek: Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview Build 17666

A synopsis of the new features introduced in Windows Server 2019 Insider Build 17666 and their expected impacts. Is WS2019 shaping up to be a HUGE step?? Read the post here: Sneak peek: Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview Build 17666 … [Read more...]

Elastic Stack: Monitor and Troubleshoot Issues with Parallels RAS and ELK Stack

Elastic Slack – If you ever administered a multi-server service, you probably know that monitoring the service and investigating accidents is not a trivial task. The bigger the service, the more distributed data you are surrounded with. Did you ever feel lost in all that data? We at Parallels know how important it is to be in control, and we have experience in system monitoring and … [Read more...]

Empower MSP Amsterdam—The Dark Net, Crypto and the Future of Cybercrime

The keynote for Day Two highlighted British journalist Jamie Bartlett, author of The Dark Net, examining some of the trends in the Dark Net and looking at how these will influence the future of cybercrime. A Guardian review of his book describes the Dark Net as “the underworld of the Internet: a secret, encrypted cyber-realm where everyone is anonymous and users have complete freedom. A … [Read more...]

The GDPR is imminent – Are you ready?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance deadline is just one day away, so now is the ideal time to review your compliance steps and look at what else you need to do. Key GDPR compliance checks Responding to subject access requests (SARs) Under the GDPR you need to respond to a SAR within one month. Organisations need to have procedures in place that allow them to handle SARs in … [Read more...]

GDPR Likely to Hit Mid-Market Organizations the Hardest

We’ve all heard by now that the GDPR will bring in a revised set of data protection legislation that aims to modernize the way organizations store and process the data of EU citizens. Countless articles will tell you that non-compliance with the GDPR will likely result in crippling fines. However, much of this is fear-mongering, as the vast majority of people (even experts) simply cannot predict … [Read more...]