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A Farewell to Moore: Quantum Computing.

Moore’s Law states the following: “The number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years.” For nearly 50 years, this has been the case. It was based on an easily extrapolated trend with great predictive value. But there was always a hard limit: the atomic level. We are nearing the point … Continue reading

4 More Thoughts of Highly Secure Users.

One of my more popular recent posts was on “The 4 Thoughts of Highly Secure Users”, in which I discuss four aspects of a typical user who has the right mindset in terms of cybersecurity and infosec. Guess what? It’s time for round two. Prepare yourselves for four more thoughts of users who are ready … Continue reading

Solid State Wars: SATA vs. SAS SSD?

Most people know by now about the difference between hard disk drives (HDD) and solid-state drives (SSD). A classic HDD uses magnetic metal plates and small mechanical devices to read data while an SSD utilizes integrated circuits in the form of flash memory to store data – no moving parts, no magnetic plates. Generally speaking, … Continue reading

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