Monthly Archives: May 2011

So you think your clouds are private?

A recent conversation with a security analyst made me think about the convergence of the increasing number of personal computing devices (including the iPad I’m writing this on) and the explosion of cloud services. As a company or organisation trying … Continue reading

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1 out of every 14 programs downloaded is malware

I’ve been in IT for over 30 years and started as a developer back in the old Cobol days (and if that doesn’t date me….), so my wife’s family think I know what I’m talking about and understand the intricacies … Continue reading

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eDiscovery shouldn’t be this hard

In a recent US court case one party seemed to find the eDiscovery process so hard / complex / time consuming that they ended up being slapped by the court http://abovethelaw.com/2011/05/d-c-lawyers-screw-up-e-discovery-so-badly-it%E2%80%99s-literally-unheard-of/ So what’s so complex? Often the complexity is because people use old … Continue reading

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