Archives: June 2014

Tech traps 101: How to meet deadlines without sabotaging the future

June 30, 2014
Designing software, network infrastructure, or any system is a minefield, but you can avoid placing traps for yourself to find later
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Murder in the Amazon cloud

June 23, 2014
The demise of Code Spaces at the hands of an attacker shows that, in the cloud, off-site backups and separation of services could be key to survival
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Apache or Nginx? Go with both

June 16, 2014
Choosing a Web server is not a zero-sum game, and many workloads favor a combination of the two leading names
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The new OpenSSL flaw is no Heartbleed

June 09, 2014
Yes, another flaw has been discovered in OpenSSL, but it's nowhere near the severity or scale of Heartbleed
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It's time we hold companies responsible for data breaches

June 02, 2014
Data security regulation is the only measure keeping retailers from burning us all, over and over again
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