With almost everyone working from home, it’s being recognised that the bandwidth available to home workers is under pressure. Compounding this effect is that not only are we working from home, but we have transformed into an at-Home-World (aHW) … our families and entire ways of living are now driving up bandwidth utilisation. We need to reduce our bandwidth, to improve performance!
In the wake of the mass-movement to Working From Home (WFH), the EU has called on streaming media services such as Netflix and YouTube to reduce their streaming media quality, to ease the strain on networks!
The rapid spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has seen a rapid change in behaviour in so many aspects of our life, which has had me thinking … what are the new ways of working in an at-Home World (aHW)?
Observing the progression of COVID-19 across the globe has been fascinating for multiple reasons. One of them has been how it has helped re-enforce my thoughts on how we can represent vast sets of data!
In case you’ve not aware, Windows Server 2008 reaches End of Life (EOL) on the 14th January 2020. For information about eligibility to extended support, please do read on! Continue reading “Windows Server 2008 EOL – Extended Support Eligibility”
As some of you are no-doubt already aware, today a new speculative execution vulnerability was announced; speculate the unexpected Continue reading “CVE-2019-11135 – Speculate the Unexpected”
Remember that Remote Desktop Services vulnerability from May this year (2019)? … well, now BlueKeep has an active exploit!
Do you use multiple displays? Does it frustrate you when you’re trying to use “Command + Tab” to switch applications, but the Task-Switcher icons show on your non-primary display? Continue reading “OSX Task Switching in a Multi-Monitor World”
Another day, another data privacy breach due to incorrect permissions on AWS S3 storage buckets Continue reading “Protect your buckets !”