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Master MySQL in the Amazon cloud

Master MySQL in the Amazon cloud

SAN FRANCISCO -- For many MySQL database admins, Amazon Web Services represents the brave new world of cloud computing --...

May 3rd, 2012 sean hull

Bracing for the blight

Bracing for the blight

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLESome three years after North America's largest power failure left more than 50 million people in the...

March 21st, 2007 narellano

Six sensible steps to keep disaster recovery real

Six sensible steps to keep disaster recovery real

Unless we’re living under skies of brimstone and hellfire, most companies shouldn’t have to replicate every piece of data to...

September 14th, 2006 Mark Els

Many IT shops unprepared for major trouble

Many IT shops unprepared for major trouble

Terry Rhode remembers Saturday Dec. 9, the day of his 2000 office Christmas party, all too well — it was...

September 13th, 2004 Michael MacMillan

Cash crisis

Cash crisis

When push comes to shove, companies are going to invest in technologies that will generate revenue now, rather than those...

March 17th, 2003 Jon Surmacz

Could the next terror target be the Internet?

Could the next terror target be the Internet?

With all the talk about terrorism and the clear and present danger of future attacks, a technologist's mind naturally turns...

June 27th, 2002 Net Views . Joel Snyder

Preparing for the worst

Preparing for the worst

So close your eyes for just a moment and try to imagine this scenario. It's a perfectly wonderful, sunny Monday...

October 18th, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Will the Lights Go Out?

Will the Lights Go Out?

Ten seconds to midnight, December 31, 1999. Megacorp's brightly lit computer centre hums with the sound of servers. The sprawling...

October 24th, 2000 Grant Buckler