July 23, 2017
About Trevor Boland
Trevor is a staff writer for the iEntry Network.

Symantec Warns Employers about “Digital Natives”

March 1, 2012 Trevor Boland

Long gone are the days when an employees first days involve teaching them how to use a computer. Everyone knows how to use a mouse and keyboard, and the number of people who turn off the monitor when instructed to reboot the computer are dwindling. New employees are now familiar […]

Anonymous is Coming! Ready Yourselves!

February 16, 2012 Trevor Boland

Okay, so that’s not entirely true but it got your attention, didn’t it. With the infamy of groups like Anonymous, so called hacktivists, grows, so does the likelihood that your company will be hit by their weapon of choice: the DDoS. While distributed denial of service attacks are nothing new, […]

Moving Your Systems To The Cloud

January 26, 2012 Trevor Boland

Through history many things have found that clouds are a useful entity. Goku from Dragon Ball, Lakitu the Koopa and the AngelSoft baby all make use of the fluffy pillows of frozen water. Of course I’m not talking about salting the atmosphere with your servers. I speak of the metaphorical […]

The Cloud May Not Have a Silver Lining in Business

January 13, 2012 Trevor Boland

IT professionals have always had to grit their teeth and deal with end users’ sometimes unrealistic expectations, but as the cloud rolls in their frustrations may only increase. Employees now have access to fantastic technologies in their private lives and they expect these technologies to be made available to them […]