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“Project Shield:” Open Source DDoS Protection Platform

Project shield safeguards online news and free expression to defend freedom of information and help uphold the democratic process within the Internet society. It protects some of the most vulnerable victims of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks for free, by taking applications from news and political organizations, independent journalists and election monitoring organisations. It defends these users against cyber attacks and crimes using a reverse proxy. This allows websites to direct all traffic, both real traffic and spam traffic from cyber attacks, through Project Shield, which filters and catches the malicious traffic.

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RDP Browser-Based Remote Working and its Future

RDP Browser-Based Remote Working and its Future

IT managers everywhere are familiar with the pitfalls of managing remote workers. Historically they’ve had to rely on a sometimes-complicated mix of remote access solutions, which provided a gateway to terminal servers inside the business network. While a broader move to cloud-based delivery services has provided some simplification, it hasn’t fixed everything. One of the major drawbacks to these systems has been an inability to provide end-users with immediate access across many devices without software installations and configuration.

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How Blockchain Will Change Your Infastructure Needs

In recent months BlockChain technology has made leaps and bounds in its growth towards commercial applications. While it promises great improvements in many areas there are some serious side effects for your organisation’s infrastructure moving forward. Massive companies like Microsoft, Amazon, and IBM have made a significant investment in this new technology with a desire to expand and grow their businesses in the future. Blockchain has grown courtesy of the cloud feature within the world of computing, and the new technology is raising questions over what exactly or rather who exactly should be using this technology.

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