island hopping attack -definition

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ March 19, 2020/ Datacenter Infrastructure News and Expert Advice, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Information security incident response, Information security threats, IT infrastructure management and planning/ 0 comments

Posted by: Margaret Rouse WhatIs.com – TechTarget – WhatIs.com Contributor(s): Kevin Ferguson An island hopping attack is a hacking campaign in which threat actors target an organization’s more vulnerable third-party partners to undermine the target company’s cybersecurity defenses and gain access to their network. A threat actor is an entity that is partially or completely responsible for an incident that

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Create an effective data backup strategy from scratch

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 26, 2019/ Ask the experts, Backup Tools, CIO Resources, Data backup security, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros/ 0 comments

What are your priorities when building a backup strategy? You can’t reliably protect your organization’s valuable data without having a solid data backup plan in place. Here’s what to include when you start building your strategy. By John Edwards Freelancer – SearchStorage Published: 06 Dec 2019 Creating a data backup strategy is essential to ensure business continuity and eliminate downtime,

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How pay-as-you-go hyper-converged hardware pricing works

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 26, 2019/ Datacenter Infrastructure News and Expert Advice, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Implementation, Hyper-Converged Systems, Hyper-Converged Vendors and Products, Kemaza technical resources for IT pros/ 0 comments

Is pay-as-you-go HCI right for your organization and — if so — how in the way of deployment flexibility and cost savings would it benefit from such as pricing model? With consumption-based pricing, vendors deploy an HCI on premises, while you pay a subscription fee. It promises to lower upfront costs and reduce headaches. But is it right for you?

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IT leaders see roles broadening for storage administrators

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 26, 2019/ CIO Resources, Cloud storage, Cloud storage management and standards, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Networks and Storage/ 0 comments

How would you characterize the future of IT storage professionals? IT experts predict the number of single-focus storage pros will shrink as their responsibilities expand due to the emergence of cloud, hyper-converged and other technologies. By Carol Sliwa, Published: 17 Dec 2019 Cloud and hyper-converged technologies are making the IT professionals who focus solely on storage administration increasingly uncommon. That

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How to pick the right IoT partners

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 26, 2019/ Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy ALL, Kemaza technical resources for IT pros/ 0 comments

What factors did you consider to select an IoT partner? Do you know how to pick the right IoT partners? Nemertes Research studied organizations with successful IoT initiatives to find out what made the most effective IoT partnerships. By Johna Till Johnson, President and Senior Founding Partner – Nemertes Research – SearchNetworking Published: 06 Aug 2019 Very few organizations tackle

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culture of failure (blameless culture)

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 21, 2019/ Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Tech Definitions, Useful definitions to know.../ 0 comments

Have you used culture of failure within your organization? Posted by: Margaret Rouse WhatIs.com Contributor(s): Jonathan Nolen, Ben Lutkevich A culture of failure is a set of shared values, goals and practices that encourages learning through experimentation. The goal of building a culture of failure is to create workflows that allow employees to learn from unsuccessful endeavors. Culture of failure

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Cloud backup vs. cloud storage: What are the differences?

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ December 9, 2019/ Ask the experts, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros/ 0 comments

Which distinctions are most important when it comes to the differences between cloud backup, cloud storage and file sync and share? The cloud backup vs. cloud storage differences are often confused. Understanding how file sync and share relates complicates the issues further. Here’s what you should know. By Marc Staimer, Founder – Dragon Slayer Consulting – SearchStorage Published: 16 Jul 2019 Vendor messaging

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5 ways NVMe storage benefits your business

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ August 28, 2019/ Ask the experts, Datacenter Hardware, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Flash memory, Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, NVMe storage/ 0 comments

How is your business benefitting from NVMe storage? Increased performance and reduced latency aren’t the only benefits of NVMe flash storage. Find out other advantages, such as allowing more VMs on a physical server. Stacey Peterson Senior Site Editor – TechTarget – SearchStorage Published: 26 Aug 2019 NVMe started out as a host controller interface designed to quickly transfer data between a host

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6 multi-cloud storage challenges that affect strategic plans

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ August 26, 2019/ Ask the experts, CIO Resources, Cloud storage, Cloud storage management and standards, Enterprise Storage, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Networks and Storage/ 0 comments

What challenges have you encountered when implementing a multi-cloud strategy? Using multiple cloud storage providers can affect more than just how and where your data is stored. Discover the areas you need to consider to improve performance and costs. Robert Sheldon Contributor – SearchSQLServer Published: 08 Aug 2019 Before implementing a multi-cloud storage strategy, it’s crucial to determine what data will be

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Multi-cloud vs. hybrid cloud: What’s the difference and why it matters

Kemaza Tech Researcher/ August 26, 2019/ Ask the experts, Cloud storage, Cloud storage management and standards, Enterprise Storage, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Networks and Storage/ 0 comments

Is your organization using a multi-cloud or a hybrid cloud architecture and how is it benefiting? Both multi-cloud and hybrid cloud architectures provide businesses with flexibility. Find out what differentiates them and makes one better than the other for your business. Scott D. Lowe Consultant – ActualTech Media – SearchServerVirtualization Stacey Peterson Senior Site Editor – TechTarget – SearchStorage Published: 23 Aug 2019 The term

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