Anyone that knows me knows that I’ve been campaigning for a 3D printer since they first came on my radar in 2009 (I know they were there before but I had other crazy inventions taking […]
So we often have to upload databases on the fly through PHPmyAdmin or similar tools and it’s a pain in the proverbials when the database is over 50mb. There are a load of tools out […]
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We’ve all been there, it’s not nice when the penny drops and you realise that the file you’ve been working on for days has disappeared. Where has it gone, how do you get it back, will the client give me an extension? All questions that need answering and with the wonders of computers you may find that you get a more positive outcome than expected (except for the extension…sorry!)
It doesn’t matter what firewall you have, be it Cisco, Zyxel, Sonicwall etc you need to put rules in place to ensure that your network is properly protected.
There are a number of services you may also want to consider depending on your needs. These include content filtering, email filtering, anti-virus, and VPN licences. But the basics of a firewall require you to put rules in place that prevent / permit traffic to / from your network.