Encryption is the foundation of our digital age. But what happens when new technology can eliminate the protection of modern cryptography? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the solutions that are on the horizon to save us from the coming quantum reckoning.
Did a rise in cryptomining malware go undetected before the big Bitcoin price spike? Not if you used Vectra Cognito! Tom Hollingsworth looks at how this security platform is detecting a big malware trend on college campuses.
Anthony Vandewerdt of Aussie Storage Blog comments: Using SSH keys to perform password-free login is quite common in Unix hosts and in Appliances that have embedded Unix (like Storwize products). You effectively have a public key which is shared and a private key (usually with a PPK extension) that is not shared. Think of the public […]
After years spent focusing on personal technology, businesses are increasingly turning back to the enterprise. The corporate IT market is much more dynamic and competitive, with a few very large “superpower” companies discovering their power to drive purchasing decisions. If a supplier can create an integrated “stack” of hardware and software, they can push product purchases that might otherwise be overlooked or postponed. This is the main reason that enterprise IT acquisitions work so well: Where a small company must fight to sell their product, a large one can hitch it to a much more strategic sale and have it pulled along.
So next year will mark a history of Symmetrix Products within EMC, still classified as one of the most robust systems out there after 20 years of its inception. In this blog post, we will talk about some facts on Symmetrix products as it relates to its features, characteristics, Enginuity microcode versions, model numbers, year released, etc.