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S3 vs EC2

Amazon EC2 vs Amazon S3: Difference and Use Cases

Amazon EC2 vs Amazon S3: Difference and Use Cases

Amazon Web Services allows its users to build complex interconnected applications in the cloud. To do that, you can use the virtual machines of Amazon EC2 or the expandable storage of Amazon S3. This article explains in detail what each of the given services does, the difference between them, how you can use Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 together, and what additional AWS services (such as EFS and EBS) you might wish to use combined with EC2 and S3.
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BitLocker Overview

Introduction to BitLocker for MSPs

Introduction to BitLocker for MSPs

It's no secret that data security is vitally important for every organization: by protecting customers’ data, MSPs will safeguard both their client’s businesses and their reputations.
The protection of customer data today goes beyond using anti-malware and firewall software. It also goes beyond using a secure password on every device. Continue reading

AWS S3

Pre-Signed URLs Use-Cases

Pre-Signed URLs Use-Cases

Amazon S3 buckets protection is a critical security measure when using AWS. There have been numerous bad stories about unprotected S3 buckets, from established contractors like Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton to huge companies like Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Cable. In this article, you will learn how to enhance the security of S3 buckets with pre-signed S3 URLs, and how to generate them for various cases.
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News You Might’ve Missed. 16 – 20 Nov

News You Might’ve Missed. 16 – 20 Nov

What's new this week in the news for MSPs? Amazon announces AWS network firewall to block cloud threats; new serverless Database Migration Service from Google; Google launches Cloud Armor Adaptive Protection to prevent DDoS attacks; Egregor ransomware new trick besieges victims' printers with ransom notes; REvil ransomware attacks hosting provider Managed.com; and new Jupyter trojan malware steals usernames and passwords. Continue reading

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