Somewhere off the shore of the Black Sea lives Evgeniy Bogachev—the notorious Russian hacker with a $3,000,000 bounty on his head. This man is the most wanted cybercriminal in all history. If he even sets foot outside of Russian territory, the United States will do whatever it takes to grab hold of him. He has been accused of money laundering, conspiring, and racketeering throughout the digital world.
The amount of data produced by your business and customers has increased dramatically. Operational expenses that come with hosting data onsite has grown to accommodate information growth. Cloud storage offers a fluid and cost effective data storage option for businesses.
Leadership is an important function of management. The motivational tactic of dangling a carrot on a stick is no longer as effective as it once was. Leaders need to learn to inspire others. The ability to motivate your employees helps to complete tasks but by inspiring them you will see organizational goals exceeded.
Cloud provides unlimited storage and computing power to businesses. There are two different types of cloud that are commonly used, public and private. Deciding which the best for your organization is can be difficult. Before we discuss the advantages of private cloud, you should understand the differences between the two.
An enterprise Big Data strategy allow businesses to understand consumer behavior, decrease operational expenses, and increase ROI. Adopting this business strategy is difficult due to the sheer amount of data available. These numbers are expected to double every two years according to the 2012 study from the International Data Corporation.
What is burnout? Many of us are familiar with this psychological response to constant stress. Burnout is the point of complete physical or emotional exhaustion, often due to prolonged occupational difficulties. Merriam-Webster provides an interesting and more technical perspective of burnout. It defines it as, “the time when a jet or rocket engine stops working because there is no more fuel available.”
Before we get into what spyware and adware actually are, let’s first clarify what they are not. Many assume that spyware and adware are a type of virus, this is not the case. A virus is a computer program with the ability to self-replicate. This self-replication is designed to damage your computer in one of two ways: either by continually corrupting or deleting your files; or by multiplying itself until it has filled up your entire disk.