Windows 7 Bug Prevents Users from Shutting Down

Windows 7 Bug Prevents Users from Shutting Down or Rebooting Computers Users of Windows 7 have been getting a “You don’t have permission to shut down this computer.” error according to user reports. Tech forums including Bleeping computer and multiple Reddit threads (1,2,3) report the Windows 7 bug prevents users from shutting down or rebooting … Read more

Windows 10’s update is causing boot failures

Windows 10 update is causing boot failures Boot Failures A new Windows 10 update is causing boot failures. Windows 10 KB4528760, which is Microsoft’s important security, is failing to install for users and the bug now appears to be widespread. The installation issues are widespread with more than a hundred reports from registered users on … Read more

Town of Colonie Cyberattack

Town of Colonie Cyberattack Colonie, New York – Hit by Ransomware Attack The town of Colonie’s had a cyberattack, forced to run operations offline. The Town of Colonie Cyberattack attack was discovered Wednesday Jan 15th in the evening. “The town has not paid any ransom” according to the Albany Times Union and town spokesperson Sara … Read more

What is Backup and Disaster Recovery or BDR?

What is Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR)? Disaster recovery (DR) of backups involves policies, procedures, and deployment to recover data or the continuation technology infrastructure, systems and data following a data loss caused by a disaster. Disaster recovery focuses on the technology systems supporting critical business functions. Disaster recovery is, therefore, a subset of business … Read more

How big is a Zettabyte?

How Big is a Zettabyte? On Monday Gartner, Inc. released a report predicting consumers would be hoarding a global total of 4.1 zettabytes worth content by 2016. But most of us don’t really have a handle on how big a zettabyte really is. A singe zettabyte, yes only 1  zettabyte is 909494701.773 terabytes (TB). Remember … Read more