Reproducible and immutable builds can improve trust in the software supply chain after the SolarWinds hack
The ripple effects of the SolarWinds attack have continued into the first weeks of 2021. That’s not likely to stop — a new strain has recently been identified, highlighting just how deep and sophisticated this particular attack was. ...
Posted at Feb 10 2021, 12:00h in cybersecurity Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: cybersecurity, DevOps, software-development, software-engineering, DevSecOps
Macrium Site Manager is an important part of the Macrium product family — as a centralized console, it allows users to manage and configure backup at scale, which, for many of our users, is an essential part of using backup successfully. ...
Posted at Aug 11 2020, 12:00h in backup Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: backup, central-management, cybersecurity, disaster-recovery, infosec, macrium, macrium-site-manager, site-manager, software-engineering
If you check Reddit or Quora, you’d think that the SysAdmin role is one from an era that is quickly receding into memory. Claims and assertions that System Administration is a career in decline and warnings that those currently in the role need to rethink their future and their skills abound. ...
Posted at Jul 27 2020, 12:00h in SysAdmin Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: SysAdmin, System-Administration, software, software-engineering, technology, System-Administration, System-Administration, System-Administration
As much as we’d like to pretend otherwise, many of us across the technology ...
Posted at Jun 16 2020, 12:00h in technology Richard Gall, Marketing
Categories: technology, software, software-engineering, infosec, cybersecurity
This was an exchange in the forum discussing the robustness of Macrium image ...
Posted at Apr 9 2019, 12:42h in error-correction Macrium Software, Marketing
Categories: error-correction, detected-hard-disk-error, software-engineering, macrium-reflect, macrium-software