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    • 21 Jul 2017

    Quest VROOM at Microsoft Inspire

    Quest VROOM at Microsoft Inspire Quest VROOM@Microsoft Inspire last week: Quest Data Protection & Quest Microsoft Platform Management attended biggest MSFT Partner Conference "Inspire" last week. One BIG THING stood out: Partners came in crowds & were excited to see the NEXT BIG THING: VROOM. The demo station was expected to flip around between many products, however VROOM was requested nearly all...
    • 21 Jul 2017

    SharePlex and Jim Clark, the best of the best!

    For those of you who don’t know me. I love racing. I love Formula 1 racing and even more so I love the “Golden Age” of Formula 1 racing before all the electronics and ground effects. Back when it was driver against driver and you had to know how to drift through a turn at full throttle. Jim Clark was one of those drivers. He was born with the natural ability to control a race car through any type of...
    • 21 Jul 2017

    Meet Our Experts! The Voices behind @QuestExperts on Twitter: Nicola Flucke

    We are lucky enough to work with a number of extremely talented and passionate people. Some of our coworkers have been here for a number of years and have some great stories to tell. We wanted to use this interview as an introduction to one such individual – Nicola Flucke. Support Engineer for Foglight. Tell us a little about yourself: I am a senior technical support engineer for Foglight. I am the only...
    • 20 Jul 2017

    Get your head in the cloud at VMWorld Barcelona Sept 2017: Quest Demo RR/VROOM

    Actually you probably already have your head in the clouds in the best possible way. We have become used to the term and the reality of Cloud Computing and the benefits they deliver of better utilization of resources, greater flexibility to change what we have deployed and how along with the speed at which we can do things. Change as they say is the only constant and so here we are facing yet more change as we blend our...
    • 20 Jul 2017

    Bungled access control spills data on 200 million Americans. Maybe you?

    Once again, let’s all learn the lesson about improper access control being at the root of yet another information leak, shall we? As reported by the BBC and many others, the personal data of 200 million U.S. citizens was accidentally exposed online due to an improperly configured security setting. Here’s my favorite comment/quote from the story: "Since this event has come to our attention, we...