In this first of a series of posts about re-claiming your private data from 'the cloud' I will explore how you can achieve all the functionality of services like Dropbox, while ensuring you know exactly where your data is. (more…)
I recently spent the weekend in Brighton, at the first PC and Indie Games Conference, Rezzed. During the weekend, I went to various developer sessions where games developers talked about the processes they used to develop their games, the next titles they were working on, or how their latest game was born. (more…)
You may see the title of this post, and think that you may be too small to think or worry about security policies, however, they can be an extremely useful tool to remind you of things you should consider whenever you are using your computer systems.
Your business could have invested in state-of-the-art firewalls, anti-virus software and connect all your remote users via VPNs, but if you fail to control the use of removable storage devices, you could be exposing your data to unnecessary risks.