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Nov 25, 2013
Andrew Brooks

I am by no means a malware expert, but I do deal with it on a fairly regular basis out of necessity. One tool which I often fall back on for quick and dirty dynamic analysis is the Preservation Filesystem Driver.  I stumbled across this piece of software while I was reading The Malware Analyst’s […]

Stack Trace
Nov 19, 2013
Chase Ewing

Hello again. In our previous article on backups, we went over our backup system, R1Soft CDP, how to access the control panel, restore backups, and perform a Bare Metal Restore for disaster recovery. In addition to restores, you can perform some more tasks, such as policy management and reports via email. For each server and […]

Get Most Out of Backup 2
Nov 15, 2013

I was asked to write a blog, and my initial reaction was that I will write one proclaiming benefits on the cloud, cloud storage, IaaS, or some other term that happens to be in vogue today. Hey, I can even do a list of top ten benefits of something – those seem to be everywhere. […]

Accounting Woes
Nov 12, 2013
Chase Ewing

To a system administrator like myself, backups are considered the most important part of any solution. It is your safety net; your guardian. Our backup services here at SingleHop are powered by Idera (Formerly R1Soft) Continuous Data Protection (CDP). This service is charged per gigabyte (GB), and can be put to use on any dedicated […]

Get Most Out of Backup
Nov 8, 2013
Matt Kuikman

What is culture? This is a question that every organization at some point will find itself trying to answer. Many will get fooled into thinking that it can simply be created by providing a “fun” work environment for employees via a ping pong table and a couple of cold ones to enjoy on Beer Fridays. […]

Culture by Numbers
Nov 5, 2013
Sean Foote

Anyone that is in digital marketing today understands the challenge of measuring performance across attribution. Especially if you are in the B2B market, how often have you seen a prospective client not be diligent in qualifying you as a partner? I would wager not very often. Anyone can and usually will revisit your site multiple […]

Digital Marketing Attribution
Nov 1, 2013
Chase Ewing

One of the seemingly simple things that can be troublesome to get a grasp on is dealing with time zones on your devices and servers. Oftentimes, there can be a lot of discrepancy. These four tips will help you keep your servers on time and also help you when dealing with servers set to time […]

Time Zone Mastery
Oct 31, 2013
John Jones

If you’re responsible for the energy and ultimately the performance of your team, how concerned are you about the culture of your company? Do you know what your company’s culture is? If you haven’t assessed this and established what the desired environment should be, you might be in trouble. Disclaimer: If you haven’t seen the […]

Jack Knows Company Culture
Oct 29, 2013
David Dunlap

The latest push from our developers offers some significant changes. These changes include changes to our IP Manager, delete hourly VMs, changes to VM hourly billing, and some general bug fixes. IP Manager & Justification Our IP Manager has been renamed IP Manager & Justification and has some new functionality. From this section you can […]

LEAP release
Oct 25, 2013
John Jones

Are you a part of a business that offers some kind of service or solution? If you’ve answered, “Yes” then answer this question next, “What is your ideal customer profile?”  Lionel Richie sang a passionate song about the pursuit that every salesperson asks, “Hello! Is it me you’re looking for?… …I’ve just got to let […]

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