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Here are my top 3 lessons learned from supporting a remote workforce since March.
Get patching, Linux users! A vulnerability in the popular Linux Sudo package could grant privileged root access on affected systems.
If your organization is using SolarWinds Orion, the CISA ED advises its immediate shutdown and partnering with an organization that conducts incident response to assess impact.
From now on, there will be no CentOS Linux — just CentOS Stream. Here’s how it will affect the IT industry.
The ability to quickly and easily provision resources (either automatically or manually) in the cloud is one of the most famous cloud benefits. People often leverage this ability to address performance issues or sudden increases in demand reactively. But this...
Follow these recommended steps to get your tech budget right in 2021. Start by looking at your existing IT spend, line-item by line-item.
Listen to this new podcast interview with Kurt Mackey, CEO of Fly.io, a platform for running app servers close to users.
Check out this quick, 9-item primer on AWS Bottlerocket, a new open source Linux-based Operating System (OS) that’s purpose-built to run containers.
It’s important to have a disaster recovery plan, but it’s equally as important to make sure that it works. Here’s how.
SCTG is taking steps to mitigate a vulnerability (CVE-2020-5366) in the iDRAC9 controller onboard Dell EMC PowerEdge 14th-Generation servers.
Security researchers have discovered a 17-year old bug in Windows Server that allows a hacker to gain Domain Admin rights to your system. Here’s what to do.
No one wants to deal with building their own data center anymore. But cloud isn’t the only alternative.