Monthly Archives: July 2019
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While risk analysts and security experts continue to urge companies to secure systems against ransomware, they are now also advising that firms be ready to pay.
Decades of history could be ‘erased from Australia’s memory’ as tape machines disappear, archivists...
The National Archives of Australia holds some 130,000 hours of audio and video tape that still need to be rescued. "We have this incredible, vast expanse of recorded memory of Australia from the 20th century and all of it, now, is at risk — through technological obsolescence — of being lost altogether," National Archives director general David Fricker told 7.30.
Do you still use a printer or scanner today? I bet not. We admit, these are essential devices to better communicate digitally...
WHILE BRITAIN FRETS OVER BREXIT, OTHER COUNTRIES ARE REBOOTING THEIR PUBLIC REALM. WE TALKED TO THE TWO CHIEF ARCHITECTS OF THE WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED DIGITAL NATION, ESTONIA
Organizations today rely heavily upon technology and electronically stored information—and when employees leave, there’s always a risk that they’ll take some information or data with them when they go, either inadvertently or on purpose.