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Network World 02/25/2020 16:17
3 copies or versions: Having at least three different versions of your data over different periods of time ensures that you can recover from accidents that affect multiple versions. Any good backup system will have many more than three copies. 2 different media: You should not have both copies of your data on the same media. Consider, for example, Apple's Time Machine. You can fool it using Disc Utility to split your hard drive into two virtual volumes, and then use Time Machine to backup the first volume to the “second” volume. If the primary drive fails, the backup will fail as well. This is why you always have the backup on different media than the original. 1 backup off-site: A speaker at a conference once said he didn't like tapes beca.
Network World 02/20/2020 14:43
Showa Denko is the world’s largest independent maker of platters for hard drives, selling them to basically anyone left making hard drives not named Seagate and Western Digital. Those two make their own platters and are working on their own next-generation drives for release in the coming years. While similar in concept, Seagate and Western Digital have chosen different solutions to the same problem. HAMR, championed by Seagate and Showa, works by temporarily heating the disk material during the write process so data can be written to a much smaller space, thus increasing capacity. Western Digital supports a different technology called microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR). It operates under a similar concept as HAMR but uses microwa.
Network World 02/10/2020 16:49
devices and governments are aware of the security issues, but so far they haven’t come up with standardized ways to address them. "The challenge of this market is that it’s moving so fast that no regulation is going to be able to keep pace with the devices that are being connected," said Forrester vice president and research director Merritt Maxim.
Network World 02/10/2020
continuously evolve to remain a staple of network security by incorporating functionality of standalone devices, embracing network-architecture changes, and integrating outside data sources to add intelligence to the decisions they make – a daunting wealth of possibilities that is difficult to keep track of. Because of this richness of features, next-generation firewalls are difficult to master fully, and important capabilities sometimes can be, and in practice are, overlooked. Here is a shortlist of new features IT pros should be aware of.
Network World 02/10/2020
. Intel gained share overall, while AMD gained share in server, desktop and notebook markets. How? Increased demand across the board, for starters, at a time when customers aren’t typically buying servers. “The only surprise was how strong the quarter was,” McCarron said. “It was a very strong fourth quarter, multiple records were set. The main ones that count were: server revenues were records for Intel and AMD, and total CPU record.”

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