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2020 KENTUCKY PVA PVD USER TRAINING GUTS will be conducting a PVDNet Assessment Training session for Kentucky PVAs and their staff. DATE: March 31, 2020 (PVDNet) and April 1, 2020 (PVDManage) COURSE: GUTS PVD User Training LOCATION: Griffin Gate Marriott, 1800 Newtown...
Ransomware is a form of malware that an attacker uses to encrypt a victim’s files – they typically demand a ‘ransom’ from the victim before restoring access to the data.
With no need for a physical hard drive, data accessibility becomes quite easy – you can gain access to all files on the cloud from any device and at any time. For instance, posting digital media files on social media portals, using a dedicated banking application to transfer funds or view your current balance, etc. can all be done through cloud computing.
Gone are the days when governmental agencies, Industries, and consultants, etc. had to collect field data manually on paper-based forms. These entities are now moving towards digital transformation through tech-infused innovations to navigate through their workflows.
For the past few years, a majority of American states have comes across the Dark Store Strategy – a method that is used to weigh a commercial property’s value.
Cloud computing is an innovation that leads to enhanced efficiency and productivity. And this is exactly why 33% of companies are moving towards cloud computing, whereas 86% dedicate some part of their budget towards cloud services.
The dark store theory is a strategy used by many big retailers as a way to lower their property taxes. As per the strategy, retailers argue that regardless of how well they are doing, their tax amount should be similar to those of dark stores, i.e. vacant buildings.
GUTS provides managed IT services for Boone County, Indiana using a shared servies model. As Boone County has experienced a massive influx of data in recent years, it became apparent to the GUTS team that migrating data to Microsoft Azue Blob Storage was the solution.