How Signals can be used with Google Analytics

Lots of organizations use Google Analytics and Google Insights to monitor the effectiveness of their digital marketing, but the information it delivers is almost meaningless. If you want to discover changes as they happen or be able to react to changes that you’re making to your website or digital campaigns you should apply Signals to Google Analytics.
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Google Storage Bucket Misconfiguration

Rhino Labs recently released a tool for scanning Google Cloud Storage (GCS) buckets, called GCPBruteBucket. The tool gives users an easy way to search for publicly exposed buckets being hosted by Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Netskope Threat Research Labs used this tool to scan a subset of the Majestic Million for not just exposed buckets, but buckets that would allow anonymous users to change permissions.

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DevOps Release Management Best Practices

Because DevOps practices can bring great speed and reliability to the software delivery lifecycle, release management can seem daunting. But, the improved visibility and collaboration brought about by DevOps can also help with the release management process. While the general concept of release management doesn’t really change between ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) and DevOps, there are a few ways that the process differs.

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Chef automation for infrastructure management

Infrastructure management has come a long way. (Mostly) gone are the days of manual configurations and deployments, when using SSH in a “for” loop was a perfectly reasonable way to execute server changes. Automation is a way of life. Configuration management tools like Chef, Puppet, and Ansible — once on the bleeding edge — are now used by most enterprises.

Building an AI-powered IT infrastructure

From an enterprise IT perspective, AI continues to prove its worth, as it makes an IT admin's life easier by automating help desk operations and providing real-time insights about potential security incidents, offering conversational assistance for efficient management of help desk requests, and providing preemptive solutions to customers’ problems using predictive analysis.
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Critical Cyber Security features that your business needs to survive

Recent statistics show that 60% of businesses are forced to suspend operations after a cyber-attack are never able to reopen for business. This is largely due to revenue lost due to downtime as well as damage to the company’s reputation. The good news is that most of these threats can be mitigated with reliable cybersecurity. When it comes to cyberattacks, time is of the essence.

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3 Reasons Businesses Prefer G Suite for Collaboration

Collaboration is the lifeblood of business. It is how we facilitate information flow between individuals and teams, it has a direct impact on productivity, and at the end of the day, it dictates the success of businesses as a whole. In the modern day business environment we have all become hyper-focused on speed, i.e. how do we get our work done as quickly as possible?

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Strangler Pattern: How to Deal With Legacy Code During the Container Revolution

When we say “technical debt”, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Is it the accumulation of code in an outdated system that’s seen changes from tens, or even hundreds, of developers over the years? Is it a codebase with poorly-written methods following convoluted logic and hard-to-follow patches for production issues? It’s both, really.

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Automated UI Testing for WordPress

Many websites and even applications online are built on top of a CMS. According to recent survey data, WordPress has a 60% market share, making it the most popular CMS by far. The next closest competitor, Joomla, has only 5.2%! But unlike bespoke software, many people don’t test their WordPress website. While the core of WordPress is fairly well tested by it’s creators, users, and the open source community, the same cannot be said for every plugin and theme.

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Skyline AI Gains Visibility Into Serverless Security Posture With PureSec

Skyline AI is an artificial intelligence investment manager for commercial real estate. Skyline AI partners with leading commercial real estate firms to establish next-generation investment vehicles augmented by artificial intelligence. Founded in 2017, Skyline AI is backed by Sequoia Capital, JLL (NYSE: JLL), TLV Partners, Nyca Partners, DWS group and others. The company's headquarters is located in New York.