February 2012

Calling something in the cloud a DMZ is just weird. Realistically, everything is a DMZ. After all, you are sharing data center space, and if your provider is using virtualization, hardware with all of their other customers. As such, each and every network segment you have is (or should be) isolated and have only a…

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There were a couple of excellent posts about Google+ which I wanted to link in, but the post took a different path: “Google+ and The Trouble With Tribbles” The trouble with social is that it is social – with all the norms, behaviors and expectations that come with that. You cannot re-engineer that overnight (Facebook…

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