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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has issued a customer bulletin advising of a critical flaw in four of their Enterprise Class Solid State Drive models. According to the bulletin, a vendor supplying the firmware of these drives has identified a defect where the drives, which are 800GB and 1.6TB models, will fail after 40000 hours of […]

SAN DIEGO, CA, October 1, 2019 – AIS Technology Services (AIS), a leading provider of enterprise-class connectivity, cloud, colocation, and technology services, is pleased to announce that Fortitude Technology (Fortitude), a trusted provider of enterprise-class, flexible technology solutions, will become an integrated part of the AIS Cloud Division. AIS and Fortitude have maintained a successful […]

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Recent months have seen an increase in ransomware attacks targeting business and local governments. The financial incentives for ransomware campaigns will likely only increase, as criminals shift from indiscriminate attacks that include home PCs to more lucrative, targeted attacks on businesses and government entities. While anti-malware mitigation like Sophos’ Intercept-X has proven to be effective […]

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The go-to resource for organizations looking to review high-profile instances of cyber attacks. With the relentless pace of ransomware attacks and data breaches against large organizations, we have started a list of notable attacks. Check back periodically for updates to this list. Notable Ransomware Attacks Approximate Date Type Target Company Link to Article 8/19/19 Ransomware […]

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Working with the AWS default hardware VPN solution often leaves a lot to be desired, especially when trying to establish a tunnel to a policy-based VPN like the NSX Edge Appliance.  In the past, we often turned to third-party software VPNs to work around the limitations and compatibility issues imposed by AWS’s VPN solution. Recently, […]

Another Veeam Cloud Connect (VCC) feature included on 9.5 update 4 that has made our life easier is the inclusion of Cloud Gateway Pools. These give us the ability to create groups of VCC Gateways that can then be assigned to individual clients. Before Cloud Gateway Pools We have a ‘unique’ issue where this functionality […]

With the Sophos XG Firewall it can be We hate making mistakes. Sometimes our brain is too fast for our fingers to comply and the dreaded fat-finger rears. Groans ensue. Very rarely, it produces a hesitant, albeit slightly joyful, “Oh. Ooohhhh. Ha!” When we were experiencing some issues with our F5 Load Balancers related to […]

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Summary In today’s age of cloud computing, virtualized applications are very common. While the deployment details may vary, i.e. where these applications are deployed, the common characteristic among environments is that they all reside in virtualization platforms. This is true for private clouds, AIS Community Cloud, and public clouds alike. While cloud environments, when properly […]

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Appointment Reflects Company’s Focus on Cloud and Managed Services SAN DIEGO, CA, July 6 – Continuing its investment in talent, technology, and transformation, AIS Technology Services’ announced the appointment of Matt Thoene, long-time San Diego resident, as its new CEO, effective immediately. Thoene, previously Senior Vice President, Global Operations with the Uptime Institute, is an […]