Yahoo! which happens to be the world’s second largest email service provider has issued an alert to all its users. The company has indirectly admitted that its database has been hacked and wants all its users to reset their passwords on immediate note. Jay Rossiter, Senior President, Yahoo claimed that the breach took place at… More Yahoo Email database hacked and so please reset your passwords!
DNF Security, a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory has recently added Falcon 50TC Video Recording Platform to its product catalog. Falcon 50TC is a Hybrid NVR which is capable of recording up to 32 analog cameras channels and a vast array of ONVIF complaint IP cameras. This video recording and storage platform incorporates high quality… More DNF Security unveils Falcon 50tc hybrid NVR
Facebook has officially declared that it is using around 10000 Blu-Ray Disks to store cold data generated by its users. The social networking giant uses a storage system built from the said number of Blu-ray disks to store Petabyte’s of data and concludes that this is doing wonders on both economic and energy efficiency note.… More Facebook stores cold data on 10000 Blu Ray disks
This is probably the biggest joke of the year…..US NSA’s Most wanted Fugitive Edward Snowden is all set to receive a Nobel Peace Prize, if at all, he gets the required sum of votes. A former Norwegian Minister has nominated Edward Snowden for Noble Peace Prize with a letter to Norwegian Nobel Committee last week… More Joke of the year….US NSA Fugitive Edward Snowden for Noble Peace Prize!
Apple Inc, the American Multinational Corporation headquartered in Cupertino was awarded a patent for its MacBook which will be powered by light through specially designed photovoltaic cells. All these days, you might have seen laptops being charged through direct sunlight. But now, Apple has special computing device in place, which will charge itself with the… More Apple MacBook to recharge from light!
With half of the global population predicted to be online by 2016, the need for more domain names is said to augment in coming days. For this reason, from February 4th, 2014, more top level domain names will be added to the accustomed list of -.com; .net and .edu. According to the latest press release… More New Domain names to flood internet!
Bad weather conditions are prevailing all around the world and United States is one of the regions which has been badly effected. Polar Vertex which struck the entire United States last month brought in frigid air to parts of US, affecting normal life to the core. However, many data centers are still operating just fine… More Data Continuity plans for Data Centers during Polar Vertex!
Microsoft has rebranded its ‘Skydrive’ cloud services as ‘Onedrive’ Cloud services and said that the name conveys the value that it can deliver to consumers and represents its future vision. As per the latest media release from Microsoft, SkyDrive Pro is renamed as OneDrive for business. Microsoft also assured that the name change wont affect… More Microsoft Skydrive is now Onedrive; joins Open Compute Project
Before knowing more about the features of StoneFly IP SAN, first let us go through some facts which paved way for the creation of an IP SAN. It is now an age old fact that storage initially started with Direct Attached Storage or shortly called as DAS. In this type of storage, few bunch of… More If you want to sensualize your storage resources then use a StoneFly IP SAN
Foscam Digital Technologies IP cameras are vulnerable to hacking and this was proved by a Foscam FI8905W Wireless IP Camera user on Foscam Technical Support Forum. The user with the name SENWiEco clearly mentioned that anyone could take access of his Foscam camera just by pressing ‘OK’ in the dialogue box without filling a username… More Foscam IP cameras are vulnerable to hacking is proved!