Nagios is one of the best monitoring tool available in open source. This software has been re-used in a log of monitoring platform available (free or commercial) such as Groundwork or Centreon. When outages are detected, notifications have to be generated. Classic method are: mail, sms, pager, instant-messenger, rss feed,
Security is part of our daily life and is a serious topic. So, when it can be made with some fun, it’s even better! 😉 Check out: Upside-Down Ternet.
Today, I received a mailing (partnership between ING and Steptone) to promote open career opportunities at ING. Well, I receive a lot of mailings but this one was quite special… It said: For more information about career opportunities, visit www.ingitcrew.be.. I really liked the slogan “Doing Well by Doing Right“,
Thanks to Grawity.
Yesterday — The Backup Song based on: The Beatles – Yesterday Yesterday, All those backups seemed a waste of pay. Now my database has gone away. Oh I believe in yesterday. Suddenly, There’s not half the files there used to be, And there’s a milestone hanging over me The system
From a end-user point of view, security is boring. It’s part of the human behaviour: if it’s too much annoying, people will not follow the rules! Even more in the IT security domain. I read the following story on the CISSP forum today. The question was: “We are doing a
Today I received a Powerpoint file from a friend. For security reason, I do not read them with Powerpoint. As always, I opened the file via the Gmail Powerpoint Viewer (can we trust even friends?). The slide show contained funny pictures about security at work (from all domains). I decided
(c) J.D. Frazer
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No idea if used radio frequencies are the same in Europe/Belgium but it’s really funny!