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Firewalls are a vital component of securing your networks, however they often are a challenge to configure even for the most experienced server administrators. This is why datacenter professionals need to be able to follow best practices for server operations while also being able to effectively handle firewall issues as they come up. As discussed in an article from Site24x7, having your servers operating at optimal performance is crucial to the success of any project.
Since tuning your server can occasionally result in conflicts with your firewalls, this guide is designed to help resolve common issues which can come up in the field.
Solving Connectivity Issues
On many Windows systems, you can us…
For software development companies today, moving from desktop to hosted software is becoming the de-facto standard for many developers. Although some legacy applications can be placed on servers and accessed remotely with ease, other applications require a bit more work. Fortunately by considering a few points, you can ensure that your cloud transition goes through without issue.
Managing Existing Infrastructure
One of the benefits of using SaaS services is that it allows your business to streamline the way customers access their applications, it requires a significant investment in quality equipment to ensure you can handle the load. Rather than blindly adding in new equipment to your server clust…
Security in the data center already is a challenging aspect for many professionals to juggle. Aside from constantly dealing with digital threats, system administrators also need to ensure their systems are protected from physical attacks. In fact inside attacks often do more damage than outside attacks because they are harder to spot and the attacker often is a trusted party who has enhanced access to the systems in question.
A new piece of malware known as BadUSB allows a determined attacker to reprogram virtually any USB device to perform malicious actions such as: emulating a keyboard and issuing commands on behalf of the logged-in user; spoof a network card to change the DNS settings and redirect traffi…