The world is moving to the cloud at an unprecedented rate. Both enterprise level businesses and newly founded startups are preferring to host their data on the cloud as opposed to the traditional IT infrastructure. The healthcare industry has been one of the laggards in the cloud transformation due to the additional security concerns surrounding cloud adoption but is quickly catching pace.
Striking the delicate balance between proactivity and quick response, system administrators (SysAdmins) are often the first line of defense, working hard to handle IT problems and build the systems and procedures necessary to prevent them.
Though global ransomware attacks are on the decline, healthcare organizations continue to be disproportionately targeted by hackers. HIPAA-compliant data storage is important to mitigate risks. Read the Expert Blog by Albert A. Ahdoot, Director of Business Development, Colocation America.
WorldStream Security Expert Samuel Trommel urges Windows server administrators worldwide to setup a firewall with trusted sources whitelisted until Microsoft will hopefully come up with a proper patch next week for a just discovered zero-day leak in the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Read now his Expert Blog.
Taking into account the promising market forecasts, analyst predictions and recent hyperscaler activitity in this area, we may expect cloud gaming and accompanying IaaS hosting services eying a booming future in 2019 and the years ahead. Read the Expert Blog bij Herke Plantenga, co-founder and CEO of IaaS hosting provider NovoServe.
The rise of big data and the proliferation of vastly differing applications to mine the data are dramatically changing the power distribution unit (PDU) landscape. It is defining how server racks are configured.
Think you have a disaster recovery plan sorted, just because you have backups? Even having a solid failover plan isn't enough to ensure business continuity. Read the Expert Blog by James Mystakidis, Group Executive, Macquarie Cloud Services, for the essentials for a solid disaster recovery and the key components.
Hosting providers like GoDaddy, 1&1 Ionos, and even Wix and Squarespace, started out offering a single service to business owners. Most of them initially developed parts, or even all of their service technology in house, which resulted in a range of unique and differentiated services. But they quickly realized they could be more than just a domain name registrar or web hosting company.
2019 can bring some hope for the future – but only if governments and corporations understand the importance of digital privacy and security.
Evolving malware is a constant threat to data storage. Data breaches have been a thorn in IT’s side for as long as companies have been storing data, and every year it seems like the data breaches are an inescapable reality - even for the best of us. But there is a new technology that is making some big strides in countless industries, and data security could highly benefit.
Michael Gargiulo, CEO of VPN.com, issued a warning to Fox News CEO, Suzanne Scott, regarding their website: www.foxnews.com. Read the Expert Blog on HostingJournalist.com.
Read the latest HostingJournalist.com Export Blog by John Laban, European Representative for the Open Compute Project Foundation.
Direct current (DC) components in data centers are creating opportunities for cost savings. In particular, technologies employed by the open-source OCP (Open Compute Project) initiative are opening up new potential. Read the Expert Blog by Andreas Keiger, Rittal.
Mistakes made during the cloud migration process can cause business interruption and cost your business time and money. These are the top mistakes that are made in the cloud migration process and how to avoid them for a smooth migration to a cloud environment. By Alexandra Bohigian, Marketing and Sales Director at Enola Labs.