Month: July 2022

Living the beta/developer build lifestyle isn’t for

Some reading this might know this about me, while others have no clue who I am. Part of that can be attributed to my lack of engagement on Twitter, or really any other social media platform. 

I’m someone who endlessly scrolls Twitter, Reddit, or Instagram without actually posting much or interacting with the content, save for a few likes or

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Arcserve Expands SaaS Backup Capabilities to Protect


Arcserve, the world’s most experienced provider of backup, recovery and immutable storage solutions for unified data protection against ransomware and disasters, today announced it has extended its SaaS Backup offering to provide simple, secure, and scalable data protection for Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365, Google Workspace, Salesforce, and Azure Active environments. Arcserve SaaS Backup

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Hackers Can Now Steal Data from Air-Gapped PCs via SATA

In May 2020, researchers were able to demonstrate how attackers can steal data from air-gapped PC by turning RAM into Wi-Fi Card. Now, the University of the Negev, Israel, researchers have published a study titled “SATAn: Air-Gap Exfiltration Attack via Radio Signals From SATA Cables,” authored by Mordechai Guri, proving that hackers can extract data from a seemingly secure system

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How to build an EHR system? Features and cost breakdown

“At 9.3% CAGR, Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Size to hit USD 52.98 Billion by 2027” – this is the headline of one of the many reports floating around the internet highlighting the massive growth that the EHR space is witnessing. Now, if you look at how the healthcare digitalization has shaped up, especially during COVID-19 where digital mediums

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