What happens when two techies get together and they share their enthusiasm for everything in the IT realm? From offering guidance on data protection, warning against cybersecurity, sharing little known shortcuts on Microsoft Windows, and everything else to help the masses stay clear of the multitude of misinformation.
If they're named Chris and Matt and you give them microphones, they're going to start a podcast and call it Two techs on a Quest. But better than rattling on about what they do, here's a short clip from episode two.
We interrupt this program for this emergency news bulletin.
Hello, can you hear me? We're broadcasting this message from the future. It's awful here. Nothing is safe anymore. When the first wave hit, it killed the power across the eastern seaboard. When the power came back, everything looked fine. Fine, fine, fine, fine. But it had already gotten inside. At first, little things. A file wouldn't open, a table missing. The servers, they started to fail. Before we knew it, it was all gone. All the data, every record, gone.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled broadcast.
OK. So are we back, are we good?
Yep, we should be.
Sorry folks, we seem to have had some technical difficulty there.
That kind of puts a new light on the importance of today's topic, huh? So let's talk about data protection.
Data loss isn't a thing that can be predicted, at least not easily. Right? So you can't predict how a storm will affect your buildings power more than you can guarantee next Tuesday's weather report. I mean, the whole purpose of interruptible power supplies and backup generators is for such events. The what-ifs, if you will. What happens if that flood, fire, hurricane knocks out all of the power in your building, knocks you offline in the systems, we're not able to gracefully shut down in time?
To hear more conversations like this with Matt and Chris, look for the next episode of Two techs on a Quest. It's a podcast friends of theirs are calling, the most informative IT program around. Chris's mother said, she's never heard anything more captivating and interesting. Although she has no idea what he's talking about.
Another listener, who is also Matt's wife said, it was the most fact-filled, non-biased entertaining show she's heard, adding, he sounds so much better on the podcast. The endorsements just keep coming in. Don't miss it, Two techs on a Quest. You'll find each podcast at Quest.com/2TechsOnAQuest.