Posts tagged for “MCP”
This is the 28th blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think. The recent WannaCry (also known as WannaCrypt) vulnerability and subsequent announcement of a related vulnerability in Samba (the software which provides SMB functionality in Linux) had many organizations in panic mode.
Posted by: Michael Kain on July 26th, 2017
This is the 27th blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think. The recent WannaCry ransomware attack focused most security administrator’s focus on their policies on when they patch their systems.
Posted by: Michael Kain on July 7th, 2017
This is the 17th blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think.
Posted by: Michael Kain on June 9th, 2016
This blog explores the topic of access control and its method of protection.
Posted by: Dr. Glen E. Newton on April 14th, 2016
We are announcing yet another monumental shift in technology, that of being able to run an MCP development image within a software defined container alongside the main MCP host environment in the fabric.
Posted by: Brian Herkalo on June 16th, 2015
The MCP operating system has security thought and built in – does your operating system? This post, third in a series about security and how security is about how you think, discusses recently released version of ClearPath MCP software.
Posted by: Michael Kain on April 29th, 2015
Christmas is nearly here again so it’s time to catch up with what’s going on at SantaPrise and its IT division, SantaSystems. CIO Elf Tietokone explains what a busy time it has been.
Posted by: Peter Bye on December 17th, 2013
For many people, the link between the systems and the mission’s success or failure is well understood. But for others, this mission critical relationship is not readily apparent… at least until the right learning opportunity comes along.
Posted by: Bill Arcudi on July 18th, 2013
SantaSystems CEO describes annual demand at Lapland. In a seasonal business such as this, the load builds up for a couple of months, reaching a peak about now. Having systems that can respond to these peaks, while maintaining performance, reliability and security, is absolutely crucial.
Posted by: Peter Bye on December 19th, 2011
Fernando Martinez speaks at a Future Matter event about capacity planning and transaction loads in relation to the 2002 Argentinian financial meltdown.
Posted by: Jim Thompson on June 6th, 2011