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What a Chromebook can really do
So I think a big thing when you're coming from corporate and enterprise level environments is you're looking at a price point quite a bit as well as functionality as well as looking at what the device can do and what the devices you buy...
How Can You Implement Compliance Into Your Chromebook?
An important concept that we'd like to cover when using something like this Chromebook here, in a PLS environment or in a corporate environment, is how do you implement your infosec requirements? How do you implement things like PCI compliance when your something like...
Doing more for your business with Chomebook
A Chromebook generally runs the Chrome OS, which is geared towards Google products. The good thing about a Chromebook is that they are built on a low energy, long battery life, and kind of a cheaper price point that allows you to do a lot with it for a low cost. The...
What is the Cloud?
If your company is considering making the move to the cloud, you want to obtain the help of a trusted Cloud and Managed Services Provider to ensure your expansion into the cloud goes securely.
The winding road of .NET a brief history to becoming open
.NET has quickly become one of the most popular software frameworks for desktop and web development.
Secure Coding Practices, who knows how they work? | South Seas Data
I’m Anthony from South Seas Data. I’m here to help you keep your Windows secure.
The need for software restrictions and Applocker in Windows Security Policy
I’m Anthony from South Seas Data and we’re here to help you figure out how to be proactive about security instead of reactive.
MDS – Microarchitectural Data Sampling Vulnerabilities
Intel has announced a recently found set of vulnerabilities that affect select Intel processors. These vulnerabilities can lead to data leakage via allowing malicious code to read otherwise protected parts of the system memory.
Be Careful with Your Data!
Researchers from vpnMentor found a massive database, completely unsecured and hosting data for approximately 80 million American households.