Posts Tagged ‘new site’

Just A reminder…

May 2, 2012 Leave a comment

I just wanted to remind everyone that we have moved. Please come check us out at Since we are no longer updating this site, you’ll want to update your bookmarks. Come see our latest how to’s, news posts, and other articles at our new website (past posts have been migrated over as well)!

Occupy Flash! Because HTML 5 is Better, Right?

November 22, 2011 Leave a comment

I’m no fan of Flash. As a web developer, I absolutely hate working with it. As an end user, I cringe at its many vulnerabilities and security flaws. As an administrator, I’m exasperated with its near-weekly patch releases. But as much as I would like to see Flash be chased out of our browsers by an online mob bearing digital torches and pixelated pitchforks, HTML 5 isn’t quite ready to fill the void resulting from such a coup…

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Vital Factors for Implementing a Data Warehouse in an Organization

November 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Many organizations are sitting on a treasure trove of information, but have no good way to access it for analysis and comparison. A data warehouse can provide that analytical power and functionality by aggregating all of this data from a variety of data sources (databases, spreadsheets, logs, etc.) and organizing it in a way that makes cross querying easy. Unfortunately, many organizations jump feet first into developing a data warehouse, only to see it fail after investing a great deal of time, money, and effort into the project. Additionally, a well implemented data warehouse can still fail if an organization is unable to convince its employees to use it. For these reasons, I’ve put together a few key factors to help your organization’s data warehouse have the greatest chance for success…

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Yet Another “Sophisticated” Attack

November 10, 2011 Leave a comment

You know, I’m getting a little tired of companies using words like “advanced,” “sophisticated,” and “APT” to describe attacks that can be done after watching a 5 minute YouTube video. I’m sorry, but XSS, SQL Injection, and brute forcing passwords do not count as “Advanced.” It bothers me that companies use these words as a way of making excuses for being hacked. Just because someone got past your lousy security doesn’t mean that you are excused from all blame…

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We’ve Moved!

September 16, 2011 Leave a comment

You may have noticed that many of our most recent stories have only shown the first paragraph of the story and then directed you to click a link to view the rest. This is because we have chosen to move away from as our primary hosting service and start using our own. As such, our new URL is: We will still keep this site available for previous stories and links to our posts, but all new content (along with all of our previous posts) will be made available on the new site. Please update your bookmarks and come check us out!