http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/06/is-the-internet-a-failed-utopia/ Interesting discussion. It has failed to live up to the big dreams of early adopters, but to say it’s failed is more than I am willing to say. Like anything new, it’s brought about profound change, for good and bad. What do you think? Follow these topics: Links
Bits of news to bookmark for myself: Messenger Plus bundling spyware in it’s install. Microsoft introducing security certifications. -Like there aren’t enough certs to choose from? 🙂 MS looking to simplify patch management. Dell drops prices on Axims -The Axim is a really good PocketPC for the price and the price keeps getting better. Looks…
So this morning I came in and got right to doing our invoicing. That involves some complicated database stuff but nothing too difficult, you just have to be careful to do things in the right order and enter the correct dates, stuff like that. You have to really pay attention to every little detail as…
I hope the folks who lost data can somehow get it back. Losing data to a failure of any kind is a pain in the ass. On the other hand, if the ransomware plague has taught us anything, it’s to have backups, online and offline. Because anything connected to the infected device is at risk, but if I have a copy that isn’t connected to anything, it’s safe.
Yes, it’s more work. Yes, it takes time and effort.
So does figuring out how to deal with losing all of your data.