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By Lance Shaw Recent advancements in video technology have made it possible, and surprisingly easy, to create clips that are false but extremely convincing. For now, these video or audio clips are being doctored to either showcase the technology itself or make political figures appear to say or do things that they did not. Recently, a deepfake video […]

By Don Foster Raise your hand if you actively do disaster recovery tests every quarter? How about every six months? What about every year? This topic has become a major conversation point among IT leaders lately with the advancements in ransom and malware and the impact natural disasters have had across the globe.What happens if […]

By Commvault Let’s talk about collateral damage and the innocent casualties of war. I’m not talking about Afghanistan, Iraq or Syria. I’m talking about the ‘WannaCry/WannaCrypt0r’ malware attack that attacked more than 150 countries and multiple utilities, government and healthcare institutions this past weekend. And, no, I am not trying to be cheeky or insensitive. This […]