The average American replaces their computer every four years—but what happens to the contents of the old one? One Newminder is hoping to change the way we deal with data disposal.
No business wants poor data security. No business wants to ignore business continuity worries outright—it doesn’t matter whether you’ve got 1,000 employees, or just 10—it’s just a fact of doing business in the digital age.
This is part two of our Virtual Machine blog series. Now that we’ve defined virtualization in last week’s post on virtual server basics, let’s look at more specific advantages for using this technology. Newminders Luke Reynolds and Steve Chang are back to talk about principles and specific use-cases. Virtual Servers are mostly used in 2 […]
Updated March 8th, 2017: High winds this morning has caused a power outage in much of West Michigan. As many as 5,000 customers were without power before noon, and nearly 125,000 across the state are without power. Between 2000 and 2013, average grid outages in the U.S. rocketed from 2.5 per month to 21.7 per month. […]