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Apr, 2014

Heartbleed

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Recently a security bug in open source SSL, otherwise known as OpenSSL emerged. A fixed version of OpenSSL was released on the same date as the vulnerability was announced on April 7 2014. Now the question is if you are vulnerable to the exploit and what actions you need to take to resolve it. Most products that use OpenSSL have released bulletins or updates to their products to resolve any issues where they use OpenSSL as a component to their product.

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Feb, 2014

My PC is Slow

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When PC’s are slow there are several basic things that you can do before you enlist the help of a technical support person. There are several points you can be at in this process. You might want to gauge how far you are willing to go before you buy or replace your machine.

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Feb, 2014

Business Applications

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Business applications are the core component behind business workflow and operations. They process tons of tasks per day and enable business to perform their key operations. Traditionally, such applications are installed and deployed within the native/in-house IT Infrastructure. However, lately there has been a dramatic shift in sourcing new or migrating existing business applications to the cloud. Business applications can now be sourced through a public cloud or deployed on an internal or service provider’s – private cloud platform.

Recommending a deployment model for business applications varies from organization, application requirements and overall business nature. This blog will objectively go through the brief overview and pros and cons of all the available deployment models.

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Feb, 2014

How do cloud services benefit small business

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From simple cloud based email services, online collaboration to storing and accessing your documents in the cloud- cloud is now an essential part of most businesses. Traditionally organizations, even small businesses had to stack up IT resources to cope with the future demands. However, in comparison, cloud computing is a very flexible technology that scales and grows with your business. It has by large, shifted the buy-in IT model to the rent-in IT model.

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