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Grounded

Technology has brought some challenges to travel. There is the bomb threat, of which I have no way to gauge how much of a potential problem this is on a daily basis. Certainly security at airports has changed over the … Continue reading

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Protecting Code

There are so many data breaches taking place, that it’s hard to keep track of them. While I rarely find my email in any of the breaches loaded into haveibeenpwned.com, I do see Mr. Hunt regularly loading more data sets … Continue reading

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Don’t Get On This Page

The GDPR has been in effect for over a year. While the press has died down a little, outside of a few record fines, there is still plenty of activity. At Redgate, we have customers that still worry about compliance … Continue reading

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IT Staffer Fired

In the early 2000s, it seemed that many companies were hit with a rash of virus attacks on their networks. Certainly the SQL Slammer worm affected many of us, and it was a memorable week for me. I returned from … Continue reading

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