Data Migration & Integrations: The Priciest Components in IT/Software Systems

Data Migration: The Initial High Cost and Risks In the dynamic landscape of IT and software systems, businesses encounter two pivotal challenges that often prove to be both costly and complex: Data Migration and Integrations. These components play a critical role in the efficiency and functionality of systems but can present substantial financial and operational […]

“Your connection is not private” message in your Chrome browser ?

  Did you get this message when accessing some websites using Chrome browser on Windows 7 or older PCs after 30 September 2021 ?   If yes, the number one reason is due to the expiration of DST Root CA X3 certificate authority on 30 September 2021, which is used to validate SSL certificates used […]

Does your company need custom software?

There are two options available to provide team members of a company and customers with a technology platform that simplifies and streamlines key tasks. They are- :  pre-existing software or custom-built software. Many businesses can run effortlessly with pre-existing or off-the-shelf software. Until they don’t. But once the business grows there might be a chance […]

Infographic: How Secure Is Our Data?

CloudBerry Lab, a vendor of cloud backup and storage solutions has conducted a survey at AWS re:Invent conference with a results indicating that a large percent of IT professionals are victims of data loss caused by malware, hardware failure or human error. In the light of this, we\’ve created the infographic below to visualize the survey […]

So you want to buy a server.

So, уоur business іѕ growing adequate еnоugh thаt уоu wаnt уоur fіrѕt server. Congratulations! Acquiring а server from ServerMania New Zealand Data Center іѕ а major decision, ѕо ѕоmе trepidation іѕ understandable. Thе guide wіll explain thе fundamental principles whеn іt соmеѕ tо technology, hеlр уоu decide whісh class оf server wіll bеѕt suit уоur […]

Data Lost: I Just Lost My Entire Database, Help?!

On a one fine morning a few days back, we had a call from one of our customers saying that they are unable to access the ProLine database after updating ProLine to the latest version. In two words – data lost. The system uses Microsoft SQL Server to store its database. After a panicky phone conversation, we […]

Vendors can make a difference in improving security.

Image courtesy of phanlop88 at This is my interpretation of an article by Roger A. Grimes on \”5 ways computer security has truly advanced\” 1. Security defaults The selection defaults should be set to the safest choice to avoid accidental confirmation of a potentially earth-shattering situation – check the website for details. For example: \”Permanently […]

Is your private data secure enough with your security solutions?

Last week, the online support forum of a popular antivirus company AVAST Software was hacked as announced by the company\’s CEO and about 400,000 users\’ login names, passwords, e-mails were compromised : Now, AVAST is labeled as a \”security vendor\” and I believe the general impression of the public that as a company that […]

Countries with Most Malware in 2013

Microsoft released this article that reveals data about Countries and Regions with most malwares in 2013. However data collected for this article is by computer systems running Microsoft Security Essentials or Windows Defender thus only accurate for the affected platforms . Only useful for a general view on malware spread. It is very surprising about the growth of Malware attack in recent […]

Securing Emails and Websites

Have you ever thought that there is someone spying on your  emails and access to websites? Do you know that normal email messages are stored and delivered through the Internet by email servers in plain readable words? These email messages can be viewed directly by anyone who owns the mail server, or read by administrators […]