Strange, the CVE is not published yet https://t.co/Tgp0YBbqqy but fixes and a workaround are present. However there is no need to run SMB1 levels to be Windows compatible anymore as Microsoft @NerdPyle stated : https://t.co/Q61THROgM2 https://t.co/F7gFI94DiW
24 Nov 2017
Great invention to supply clean water without electricity https://t.co/t4iOOGedoG
18 Nov 2017
WebHalla CMS native integrated Twitter timeline now supports the new 280 character Tweet limit. Over 600 web pages are immediately updated with each new tweet. Changes to the open source library ASPTwitter have been posted back @timacheson https://t.co/00tXPTatHi
18 Nov 2017
@ ingnl: #GetalvdDag https://t.co/wSGjUfeiPO
16 Nov 2017
Just published two free utilities to collect, transform and analyse disk space data in an enterprise WAN environment: https://t.co/KgxUkX9yL6
08 Nov 2017
Business Continuity Management: an introduction.
What is the purpose of Business Continuity Management?The goal of a Business Continuity Manager is, within the limits and conditions formulated by company management, to take care that the normal activities of the company, organization or institution can (re-)start, within a stipulated time frame, when a calamity or disaster occurs. Governments pay special attention to information/data and ICT systems that receive, save, edit, view and send data as these are the most important resources for the contemporary business operations.
Business Continuity Management: some calamities we all can recognize.
Consequences of a calamityThe abruptness and the often large impact on the normal functioning of an organization can result in, among other things, the following:
What to do?Awareness that a fire, power failure or other disaster not only affects your neighbour is the first step. Start with the questions "what am I going to do about it?" and "who is going to do it?". These articles may help getting you started:
Deming Cycle of Continuous Improvement (Plan, Do, Check and Act) with consolidation.
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