Evolve Your Communications With 3CX Phone System for Windows 3CX Phone System for Windows is a software based PBX for Windows that works with SIP standard based IP Phones, SIP trunks and VoIP Gateways to provide a full PBX solution – without the inflated cost and management headaches of an ‘old style’ PBX. Used by […]
IBM, in collaboration with Samsung and others has successfully cut the size of transistors in half. The most popular transistor in use today is about 14 nanometers (1 nanometer = 1 billionth of a meter), IBM’s chip contains transistors that are 7 nanometers across. These transistors are slightly larger than a strand of DNA! This equates […]
2015 is here! Have you begun the year’s IT planning? Expiring licenses will need to be renewed. Old systems and technologies will need to be upgraded. Known vulnerabilities will need to be patched up. Unforseen threats will need to be anticipated. Don’t lose sleep trying to handle it yourself, call the experts at RHYNO […]
How would you like to tell cyber criminals When and where you usually go running, Where you live, Your age, sex, height, and weight, Where and when you are on vacation? If you use wearable fitness devices and someone hacks one of these gadgets, that as well as other information about you is exactly what the attacker […]
Steve Ballmer used the term ‘devices and services’ to describe Microsoft, their new CEO is moving away from this a bit and choosing instead ‘productivity and platforms’ as a descriptive term for the company. He states that Microsoft will be working on honing its position in a more mobile world. Read his comments on Mashable […]
Some areas of the country do not allow fireworks. One such place – Tuolumne County near Yosemite National Park. What do you do if you aren’t allowed to light off fireworks? Move… or – you could watch a laser light show! Read Fox News’ article on this event.
Reuters has just reported that some security experts may be launching an effort to revive the mysteriously shut down TrueCrypt tool. It is still a mystery why the project’s developers shut it down, one possibility cited by Reuters is a possible government forced back door access. You can read the entire Reuters article here.
In light of the nightmare that is the HeartBleed bug, big players in the tech industry are now throwing money at OpenSSL. Thanks to this monetary injection OpenSSL will be able to employ two full time developers as well as funding for auditing. You can read IT News’ write up on this here.
If you are in Australia (so far) and own an iPhone look out! Hackers are locking iPhone owners out of their phones then demanding ransom to get them unlocked. Hat tip CNN. Read the article here. #iphone #technology #security #it
Have you ever heard of a man named Fernando Corbató? If you have an email account, do online banking, or spend hours scrolling through Facebook posts you should thank him. He’s the inventor of the computer password. This was done in the early sixties and we are still using it today. But as computing power continues […]