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Redis: Understanding the Open Source Data Store’s Primary Uses and Challenges

Click to learn more about author Bassam Chahine. Redis, which stands for “REmote Dictionary Server,” is a speed-optimized in-memory data store most often used as a cache. Redis has data structure versatility — from strings, lists, dictionaries, and sets, to support for approximate counting, geolocation, and stream processing. While Redis is configured as a cache […]

Data Security When Working Remotely

Click to learn more about author Daniel Santry. The global pandemic has changed the way some businesses operate almost beyond recognition. Many company headquarters have been all but empty throughout the majority of 2020, and, although the situation is slowly changing in many parts of the world, remote working has firmly established itself. Modern communication […]

Move Past Traditional 3-2-1 Data Backups

Click here to learn more about Sean Derrington. Move Past Traditional 3-2-1 Data Backups   Strangely enough, we have a professional photographer to thank for the 3-2-1 backup strategy that many organizations employ today. Peter Krogh originally shared the concept in his 2009 book The DAM Book: Digital Asset Management for Photography. This backup strategy […]

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