Monthly Archives: December 2016

  • San Francisco Hacker Caught; Ties to PA

    Posted on December 30, 2016 by in News

    Emails from the attacker’s inbox indicate some victims managed to negotiate a lesser ransom. China Construction of America Inc., for example, paid 24 Bitcoins (~$17,500) on Sunday, Nov. 27 to decrypt some 60 servers infected with the same ransomware – after successfully haggling the attacker down from his original demand of 40 Bitcoins. Other construction firms apparently […]

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  • Five Big Data Use Cases That 2017 Will Bring

    Posted on December 16, 2016 by in News

    Big data technology is maturing, and more organizations are dipping their toes into the big data pool and coming away with new insights about operations, customers and markets. Big data analytics is proving its worth with businesses of all sizes in all industries. The value of big data is that it can integrate almost any […]

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  • Running and Managing Your Network Just Got Easier

    Posted on December 9, 2016 by in News

    Network virtualization is increasingly important for IT organizations that want to move at the speed of business. But how exactly does virtualization work? VMWare shows you in less than 12 slides: 12 Slides…or less  

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  • What’s Your Cloud Security Persona?

    Posted on December 2, 2016 by in News

    The Cloud Security team at Barracuda have been spending a lot of time this year with customers and partners, helping with their transitions to their cloud service provider of choice. We’ve been doing a series of roadshows, service provider events and more to help our customers migrate to a safe cloud. An along the way, […]

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