May 11, 2022 | 07:30

Raspberry in the Background

Visualisations, live feeds from surveillance cameras or digital display solutions (eSignage) usually run on classic PC hardware. Hidden in industrial cabinets and protected enclosures, a lot of effort is spent when the only thing that matters is often the display of a simple web application. In addition, there are license or cloud subscriptions that companies rarely need. Read more

August 18, 2021 | 07:01

Raspi Horchposten in c't 19/2021

Hard-wired networks are usually provided with numerous security features. With wireless networks, however, admins often remain blind to intrusion attempts, which can be carried out by inexperienced users thanks to affordable gadgets. The remedy is a Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). Sounds expensive, but it isn’t. Read more

March 14, 2021 | 07:09

Quick Analysis: Snipe-IT in c't

The foundation of every ISMS is a “living” inventory. In an ideal world, this communicates with the Ansible, Bash or PowerShell scripts within IT Operations. Snipe-IT, which I value and have successfully used for many years, was unknown to c’t up until now. Enjoy the read (in German): “IT-Assets im Griff” in der c’t Ausgabe 7/2021. Read more

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