Tag: azure

Taking Your Azure Active Directory Security to the Next Level

What if I told you just using multi-factor authentication (MFA) wasn’t enough anymore? The Lapsus$ hacking group, who were at least partially made up of a group of teenagers in the UK, took a very targeted hacking approach. They used password stuffing to try to breach the password credentials of power users within organizations they […]

Why You Shouldn’t Use Amazon RDS for your SQL Server Databases

Disclaimer: I’ve a Microsoft MVP and shareholder, but neither of these things affected my opinions in this post. Cloud vendors have built a rich array of platform as a service (PaaS) solutions on their platforms. They market these heavily, because they have higher degrees of stickyness compared to IaaS platforms (and in many cases they […]

Would You Fly a Plane with One Engine? Or Run Your Airline with One Data Center(re)?

For those of you who may of been in the US or outside of Europe this past weekend, you may not have heard about the major British Airways IT outage, that took down their entire operations for most of Saturday and into Sunday. Rumors, which were later confirmed, were that a switch from primary to […]