Business Backup Tips | Ask Noah Show 91
If you have data, that data should be backed up. If you own a business or manage the IT infrastructure for a business than your backup strategy needs to be reliable, straightforward, and functional. Have you ever wondered what happens to the backup should you be hit by a bus? We tackle that question, dive into some SQLite CoC drama, and chat with Simon Quigley about the latest Qt release.
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We'll be doing a ton of shows over the next week to test out some different formats. All times are in CT. The phone lines will be open for ALL shows!
The tenative schedule is as follows...
October 26th - 9:00pm
October 27th - 9:00pm
October 30th - 6:00pm
November 2nd - 9:00pm
November 3rd - 9:00pm
November 4th - 9:00pm
November 5th - 6:00pm
November 6th - 3:00pm
November 7th - 6:00pm
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- Qt 5.9.7 Released - Qt Blog
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- Meet Helm, the startup taking on Gmail with a server that runs in your home | Ars Technica — On Wednesday, a Seattle-based startup called Helm is launching a service designed to make it easy for people to securely take control of their email and other personal data. The company provides a small custom-built server that connects to a user's home or small-office network and sends, receives, and manages email, contacts, and calendars. Helm plans to offer photo storage and other services later.