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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

Phishing and the Human Factor.

Phishing remains, despite widespread knowledge and precaution, one of the most prolific and successful of all crooked methods used to gain access to your accounts and/or sensitive data. While many know the risks, far fewer seem to comprehend just how at-risk their organization is from the co-opting of users via phishing scams. Why exactly is … Continue reading

Knowing Your Active Directory Environment.

A topic I return to frequently is what I call “IT Epistemology” – what do we know about our IT environment, and how do we know it? It’s one thing to have a general working knowledge of this system or that process, but another thing entirely to know for sure that it works and achieves … Continue reading

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Austin Thomé

Austin Thomé

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