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A common fact in the IT sphere is that backup and restore failures are inevitable. With failure comes expense and possible data loss—something no one likes to experience. Do you want to do your best to avoid this problem? Below, I describe how you can reduce your chances of failure and strengthen your backup environment in five easy points. Though these points don’t guarantee constant success, you can be sure that if you address certain concerns, you will be much more likely to experience high backup success rates and more-favorable restore performance. The Five Points to Improving Backup Performance

The five points below address the main areas of concern for most backup professionals. Like many problems, after addressing the areas directly, professionals will be better equipped to achieve the high results they want and need. Point 1: The Monitoring

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Last night, Android’s Cyanogen Mod team seeded a new version of the build. The Nightly build update is bug-free, and provides added functionality for Android One and LG G2 devices

It also released updates for Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab Pro 7.0 (mondrianwifi), LG GPad 7.0 (v400 & v410), LG G3 Verizon (vs985), and Moto X 2014 (victara). Additional Notes Before Downloading CM13 Before users begin the download, we strongly recommend

An investor in NASDAQ:CLVS shares filed a lawsuit in the U. S. District Court for the District of Colorado against Clovis Oncology Inc over alleged Securities Laws violations in connection with certain allegedly false and misleading statements

Investors who purchased shares of Clovis Oncology Inc ( NASDAQ:CLVS) have certain options and for certain investors are short and strict deadlines running. Deadline: January 19, 2015. NASDAQ:CLVS investors should contact the Shareholders Foundation at [email protected] or call +1(

/ EINPresswire. com/ — ROUYN-NORANDA, QUEBEC — (Marketwired) — 12/15/15 — Radisson Mining Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: RDS) (“Radisson”) is pleased to announce the results for the NI 43-101 compliant Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) carried out on the O’Brien gold project. The PEA was prepared by InnovExplo Inc. (“InnovExplo”) with contribution from WSP Canada Inc. (“WSP”). The technical report in relation to the PEA will be filed on Radisson’s website and with SEDAR within 45 days

The O’Brien project is located 500 meters (“m”) north of Trans-Canada Highway 117 (Road 117), along the world renowned Larder-Lake-Cadillac Fault, halfway between Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d’Or, two mining towns known for their highly skilled workforces and qualified contractors. The PEA

On this week’s episode of “CSI: Cyber,” a young woman, Quinn Elliot, was murdered and set on fire. Then Agent Ryan got a text about the murder. The young woman’s phone was recovered so they could search it for clues. However, the phone had been burned when she was set on fire. They determined Quinn had been a Black Hat hacker, and Agent Ryan said they needed to question Quinn’s father about her murder

Nelson determined the calculator function on Quinn’s cell phone contained spyware that would help them with the case. They had to figure out the passcode for the phone. In doing so, they found the name of Quinn’s ex-husband. Agent Mundo

The Linux. Encoder ransomware has received a third update, which security researchers from Bitdefender have managed to crack, yet again, for the third time

Antivirus maker Dr. Web first discovered Linux. Encoder at the start of November 2015. News about the ransomware spread quickly, mainly because it targeted Web servers, looking to encrypt crucial files used in Web hosting and Web development environments. Previous

2016 Audi A3 e-tron: The dawn of the electric Audi (CNET On Cars, Episode 80)

Audi’s first electrified car, the best cars for teens, and what you need to know before you modify the tech in your car. by Brian Cooley December 21, 2015 CNET On Cars: 2016 Audi A3 e-tron: The dawn of the

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Indiana announced on Tuesday that sophomore shooting guard James Blackmon Jr. is scheduled to have surgery on his right knee and is expected to miss the rest of the season. The release that Indiana sent out did not specify the

Demystifying the Language of Uptime: 7 Types of Availability Solutions

Reports suggest that spending could continue to be tight among broadband carriers. Bloomberg, for instance, suggests that 2016 could be a more-of-the-same year after a slowdown of 8.1 percent in 2015. A good case in point is AT&T. Seeking Alpha

New York City Hall

What to watch for this week in New York politics: Is there anything to talk about besides corruption in Albany? Yes, but issues with ethics among state lawmakers certainly have everybody buzzing. U. S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office has just

Electronic Patch Provides Highly Accurate Heart and Stress Readings; Enables Consumers to Take Charge of Their Health

/ EINPresswire. com/ — SANTA CLARA, CA–(Marketwired – January 04, 2016) – VivaLnk, the leader in wearable telehealth devices, today announced Vital Scout, a Band-Aid sized wearable patch that simplifies how consumers monitor their physical and mental health. The patch

In recent months, Labour has endlessly debated the ins and outs of “electability”. Jeremy Corbyn’s detractors say that he is “unelectable”, a throwback to the dark days of the 1980s when Labour never looked, let alone acted, like an alternative government. Corbynites, in their turn, reply that a coalition of Green and Liberal Democrat leftists, previous non-voters and socialists who have in recent years turned to the Scottish Nationalists or Plaid Cymru might now ‘return’ to the Labour fold, allowing it to win unlikely yet famous victories. But which camp has electoral experience, and the data, on their side? Is it possible, even at this early stage of the new Labour leader’s reign, to scrape together enough evidence to draw out general conclusions?

Here I will argue that there are now enough statistics out there to justify at least a tentative answer to this vexed question of new-look Labour’s electability (or otherwise). We now have a great deal of information from headline voting

Online Chat Don Anderson, Air Mobility Command’s assistant director of analysis, will join Federal News Radio Thursday, Jan. 21 at 2 p. m. for a free online chat

HOLIDAY TRAVEL Virginia agency offers tools for planning holiday travel RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Department of Transportation is offering tools to help motorist plan holiday travel. The department says its 511 system provides real-time information about traffic, road

The scientific claims made by the company partly owned by Dr. Bennet Omalu, portrayed by Will Smith in the Christmas Day film release Concussion, elicited a rebuke from the Food and Drug Administration and a rebuttal in the scholarship of an unlikely source: Dr. Bennet Omalu

The celebrity doctor told the press in 2013 that the results of a controversial study on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) on 14 former NFL players using a product currently licensed by Omalu’s company TauMark demonstrated that to a “reasonable degree

Congress recently passed the Federal Improper Payments Coordination Act of 2015, which is aimed at preventing improper payments made by agencies either because of error or because of fraud. It is an issue worth tackling, considering the government estimated $125 billion in improper payments were made during fiscal year 2014

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Delaware, was one of the authors of the bill, and said while government agencies have made efforts to stop this wasteful spending, the Improper Payments Coordination Act calls for better tools and “stronger program integrity measures” to