GitHub is being acquired by Microsoft. Is it time for developers to panic and export their repositories to another product or can Microsoft be trusted?
In this article, I will point out five commands that every Vagrant user needs to know.
After spending years as a far-off date on CIO calendars, GDPR is finally here. The General Data Protection Regulation applies to all organizations that process the personal data of EU residents, even if the organization itself is based outside of the EU. The penalties...
As you’ve probably surmised from the glut of “We’ve Updated Our Privacy Statement” emails flooding your inbox, GDPR compliance is upon us.
Rather than dive into the Managed File Transfer (MFT) VS. Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) debate, I want to talk about a critical distinguishing characteristic of any file transfersolution, be it of either strain. This characteristic is the Service Level Agreement...
Windows patching is an unfortunate requirement for all Windows administrators. Patch Tuesdays keep coming with no end in sight.
Automation replaces human work in repetitive, tedious tasks, and minimizes the number of errors. With the right automation tools it is possible to automate browser tasks, web testing, and online data extraction, to fill forms, scrape data, transfer data between...
When you need to get access to a command line console like PowerShell or Bash, where do you go?
Hate seeing that troubleshoot error pop up? Wouldn’t it be a lot less taxing when you have the problem identify itself with solutions, instead of you scrambling to fix the issue?
With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement deadline just two weeks away, GDPR preparedness should be top of mind for businesses around the world—not just a concern for businesses and organizations based in the European Union (EU).