Monthly Archives: January 2014


Meet CyberTrails CIO Adam Rusak

Have you ever wondered what makes the best manager? C-level executive? Employee? Check out this in-depth profile compiled on our CIO, Adam Rusak. After a long third-party questionnaire and analysis, this profile gives a great picture of Mr. Rusak and what he brings to CyberTrails. Some skills simply cannot be learned in a classroom, they […]


Data Security Is an Art, Not Just a Science

Far too often, the mandate for data security is simply to “secure it,” and people often think of data security as a set of clear choices. This is in contrast to privacy, which is understood as a set of muddy policy issues. But data security is, in fact, quite muddy itself.


Cybertrails announces new contracts utilizing Professional Services and Managed Backup Services

Cybertrails is proud to announce that we have new customer contracts in which our Engineering staff is being utilized to perform a Platespin migration, onsite PST migration, and server migration. Along with these Professional Services we also have new utilization of our Managed Backup Services and Managed Hosting Services for Veeam backup.


Microsoft Joins Open Compute Project

Microsoft is contributing a specification it uses for the cloud servers that run services like Windows Azure, Bing and Office 365. What disruption will this cause and is it an industry game changer? http://www.crn.com/news/data-center/240165744/microsoft-open-sources-cloud-server-designs.htm?cid=nl_alert&elqTrack=true


New employee – Welcome back Network Operations Technician Justin Bleyle

After a brief hiatus we have Justin Bleyle back in the NOC. Justin is an experienced Network Operations Technician that has rejoined us to help our customers with all of their hardware, software, and network issues. We are definitely happy to have him back, so please join us in welcoming Justin Bleyle back to the […]


4 Points About the Target Breach and Data Security

There seems to be a surge in data security attacks lately. First came news of the Target attack. Then Neiman Marcus. Then the U.S Courts. Then Michael’s. Here are four points to consider about data security:


Google lays $2.7M on the line for Pwnium hacking contest

Google yesterday said it would again host its Pwnium hacking contest at a Canadian security conference in March, putting $2.7 million at stake to draw out researchers who can hack its browser-based operating system, Chrome OS. Dubbed Pwnium 4, the challenge will again pit researchers against Chrome OS, but this year will let them choose […]


Microsoft ditches SkyDrive for OneDrive

The sky isn’t falling, but Microsoft’s SkyDrive name is. Nothing else changes about the cloud-based storage service, Microsoft says, just the branding. http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-57617836-75/microsoft-ditches-skydrive-for-onedrive-after-bskyb-dispute//


Google, Samsung strike patent cross-licensing deal

Google and Samsung on Sunday unveiled a broad, long-term cross-licensing deal that will cover their existing patents as well as those filed over the next 10 years. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57617807-94/google-samsung-strike-patent-cross-licensing-deal/