Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organisation’s details (these are also known as SSL Certificates). When installed on a web server, or embedded into a web application, it invokes the https protocol (over port 443) and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser and appears to the user as the padlock in the internet browser. Read more
Cloud Computing: Performance and Perception
Cloud computing doesn’t just change how ICT teams work, it changes the entire organisation. The benefits of cloud computing extend far beyond developers and system admins. It goes deep into the behaviour of organisations – influencing culture, ways of working, performance and perception. These are the hidden benefits of cloud computing that are the true drivers of change. Read more
53% of email received globally is unsolicited, automatically generated emails (more commonly known as SPAM). 26% of this is considered malicious.
Automated spam filters and gateway appliances are great at identifying potential risks that may be coming into your environment, however, the tighter the settings the greater the risk of blocking legitimate traffic.
These days there are so many ways to communicate. Yet how do we know who is really talking for us? Online spambots are generating ever new and more annoying ways to present our digital presence to other people, often without us ever realising that we are being targeted.
Cloud computing is everywhere – with private companies, small business and even Federal Government Departments embracing cloud computing. Its adoption is steadily growing and organisations that are embracing cloud computing are reaping the many benefits that it offers.
At State of Origin time, you often hear a breathless commentator noting that the team that wins Origin 1 goes on to win the series 75% of the time. (Including last Thursday’s ABC news broadcast, Canberra edition.)