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Content posted in May 2010
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Cloud Storage's Role In Backup, Part I
Commentary  |  5/3/2010  | 
One of the areas where most consumers, small businesses and even enterprises will first experience cloud storage is as part of the backup process. There are basically three options for cloud based backup and choosing the right one depends on the size and needs of your organization. Over the next two entries we will detail each of the methods.
Simple USB Flash-Drive Protection
Commentary  |  5/3/2010  | 
Sneakernet-borne viruses seemed like a thing of the past until we started having Conficker outbreaks. There has been other malware that targeted USB storage devices before Conficker, but for some reason none had been as effective at spreading...something that's likely attributable to the multipronged attack capability.
Fake Anti-Virus Boom May Prompt Bigger Fake Anti-Virus Boom: Google
Commentary  |  5/3/2010  | 
With 15% of all malware now identified as fake anti-virus scan scams and growing, it's more clear than ever that the crooks have found market niche that's not only filled with targets, but also may be self-reinforcing.
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