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Network threats

Saturday, 13th June 2015Short URL

Threats against software, systems, infrastructure, and data are constantly evolving. Our industry needs tools like those provided at https://www.fortinet.com/solutions/enterprise-midsize-business/network-access/application-access
to help protect our critical data and systems.

A good example of a tool that can help you to protect your business is from the Cybersecurity Products; Services Group at SCCS. SCCS offers a wide range of services from data protection and incident response to endpoint security, access control, and network security.

Cybersecurity products are an ever increasing part of the business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) industry and companies across the nation and around the world are using the capabilities offered by SCCS and other provider-based SCCS offerings to protect their valuable assets. SCCS provides a wide range of cloud-based tools and services, including an enterprise class security offering for SCCS customers, including an integrated endpoint security solution, a highly secure cloud-based endpoint security management solution, a cloud-based incident response service, and the industry-leading cloud-based data protection and incident response service. With a highly trusted reputation in the SCCS marketplace, Oracle’s offerings have been tested in a broad array of scenarios across industries and operating systems. Oracle SCCS has also partnered with some of the largest companies in the IT industry, including HPE, IBM, Cisco, Juniper, and Dell.

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Hahlo, goodbye.

Wednesday, 12th June 2013Short URL

I’m a little bit sad today. Twitter has today turned off v1.0 of their API. As a result of this my mobile twitter client, Hahlo, has also ceased to work just short of its 6th anniversary. Six years is a long time in the web world, I know a lot of things now that I wish I’d known back then – sure would have made many things a lot easier.

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Chrome/OAuth bug fixed

Thursday, 30th September 2010Short URL

Spent last weekend reworking all the OAuth code in Hahlo in an attempt to solve the weird redirect bug that people were experiencing in Google Chrome and… it worked! I’ve just pushed the update live so hopefully all you people who were having trouble trying to use Hahlo in Chrome should now be able to […]

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Important Message

Thursday, 17th June 2010Short URL

I’ve noticed a few ‘rogue’ tweets in the last day or two saying things “when Hahlo stops working” etc. Lets clear this up, right now. Hahlo 4.2 (the current, latest, and only supported version) will NOT stop working after Twitter turns off ‘basic authentication’ at the end of June. However, Hahlo 3.x (which I’ve kept […]

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Hahlo 4.2 – Now iPad friendly

Monday, 31st May 2010Short URL

Not that it iPad friendly wasn’t before, in fact Hahlo ran perfectly fine on the iPad, but with that extra screen space available it would be silly to not make use of it, wouldn’t it? All up it isn’t a massive update, but some good bits and pieces have been thrown in. What’s New iPad […]

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