Ransomware attacks are on the upswing and if you work for a smaller firm, your company could be an easy target. IT Consultant, Joey D’Antoni, provides a few solid tips to help protect your company’s valuable data.
Thinking of starting a blog? It’s not too late. Award-winning blogger, Nigel Bowden, tackles the subject with great detail for anyone who is thinking about getting started in content creation.
As a “gift” to all of us, Thomas details the top 20 things that we need to stop doing in 2020. From ignoring ransomware to arguing with people on the Internet, there are several solid nuggets in this post that I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I did.
Most hiring managers want to see how you approach technical problems based on the foundation of knowledge you’ve accumulated; it’s a bonus if you answer it “correctly.” Check out Graham Barker’s post about how to ace a VMware interview will prepare you for your next technical review.
It’s important not to let business rejection become personal. This post by Brian Gleason examines how to handle hostile coworkers both as an individual contributor and as a manager.
Technology ecosystems come with a set of benefits and drawbacks. This post by Chris Evans analyzes the good, the bad, and the ugly of IT companies owning a technology ecosystem.
With the advent of Google Cloud, healthcare companies like Ascension are now leveraging public cloud infrastructure and services to build patient data repositories. Can we trust Google to act with integrity regarding our deeply sensitive health information?
Alastair Cooke makes the case for changing the metaphor “Pets vs. Cattle’ to “Pets vs. Poultry” to be more in line with what we experience today.
Privacy and security were overlooked while designing the online tools we use today. We need security, now more than ever, as mountains of sensitive information is stored online. Thanks to Solutions Architects, our private data can be protected.
Sadly, the Datanauts podcast has come to an end. As it sometimes happens, opportunities crop up when we least expect them and force us to make tough choices. Find out what’s next for Ethan and Chris as they look forward to a bright future.