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Parallels and Synnex Australia Announce Strategic Distribution Agreement

Parallels® has formed a new strategic distribution agreement with Synnex Australia, a leading IT solutions aggregator with a strong channel heritage in Australia. Synnex Australia now distributes Parallels’ solutions to more than 6,000 channel partners across the region so they can empower businesses to cost-effectively deploy virtual Windows desktops and apps to any device, seamlessly run Windows … [Read more...]

What Are Amazon S3 Buckets?

Launched in the United States in 2006, Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is a public cloud storage platform that is highly scalable, fast, reliable, and inexpensive. The platform boasts 99.999999999% durability and between 99.95% to 99.99% availability. What Are Amazon S3 Buckets? Amazon S3 buckets are a part of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and come with a user interface that enables users to store … [Read more...]

Defending online anonymity and speech with Eva Galperin: Lock and Code S02E03

This week on Lock and Code, we discuss the top security headlines generated right here on Labs. In addition, we talk to Eva Galperin, director of cybersecurity for Electronic Frontier Foundation, about the importance of protecting online anonymity and speech. In January, the New York Times exposed a public harassment campaign likely waged by one woman against the family of her former employer. … [Read more...]

How to detect mailboxes with a high activity level

Starting in April 2021, Microsoft will update the way receiving limits are enforced in Exchange Online. Emails will be throttled for recipients that e... Continue reading … [Read more...]

To pay, or not to pay? That is the VPN question

VPNs have been a subject of deliberation for a long time. Is it even important to use one? I think the pandemic has made it clear that, yes, using a VPN is useful, even necessary, most especially for those working remotely. But should you pay for it? Or would you rather settle for free? We’re going to take a look at free VPNs and paid VPNs in general. Mind you, we didn’t … [Read more...]

TikTok pays $92 million to end data theft lawsuit

TikTok, the now widely popular social media platform that allows users to create, share, and discover, short video clips has been enjoying explosive growth since it appeared in 2017. Since then, it hasn’t stopped growing—more so during the current pandemic.  While we can no longer categorize TikTok as a kids’ app, most concerns about the app have been around the privacy of children. You … [Read more...]

Survey & customers show big ROI from digital faxing

Faxing is a fixture of many industries—healthcare, legal, financial, government, manufacturing. It is a technology that persists…because it does the job required. Fax satisfies requirements for security, regulatory compliance, legal need, or simply as a lowest common denominator for communications interoperability. In healthcare for example, not every electronic health record (EHR) system plays … [Read more...]

How to Strengthen Microsoft Teams Security

Microsoft Teams is an online collaboration platform that is a part of the Office 365 suite. Microsoft Teams enables employees, executives, and other relevant stakeholders to seamlessly communicate and collaborate on projects from any location, using virtually any device. Private messages can be sent via the Chat feature, which uses OneDrive for Business to store file attachments. You can also make … [Read more...]

PsExec: The SysAdmin’s Swiss Army Knife

PsExec is a powerful command-line utility that allows managing, administering, and configuring remote Windows hosts. Learn more about PsExec, and how it can be used. Read the post here: PsExec: The SysAdmin’s Swiss Army Knife … [Read more...]

Npower data breach: Credential stuffing attack forces app closure

Adam Palmer encourages the use of unique passwords for each account.https://www.verdict.co.uk/npower-data-breach/ … [Read more...]