Netstat - I have been researching info on a utility called netstat. There is surprisingly not much said about it, other than the multiple options that it support. N...
Now we have a new security policy at work. No home USB drives work in my computer. Damn. I requested a secure USB drive. My boss had to approve the purchase. I selected one with minimal capacity, so the cost would not be too high. The boss was apprehensive. He figured we have some backup systems available online to do the job.
Our company seems to have an enterprise version of Druva inSync available. It seems to back up your data to the cloud. The only experience I have with the product are the emails I get when the software has troubles with a backup. I tested the latest automated backup the software did. Was able to restore a file to my disk. Guess it works.
I played with the Druva client and added some more folders to get backed up every time it kicks off. It is around 2GB worth of data. Hopefully it works. I will have to make sure that I periodically check and test the backups. Cannot go along thinking everything is fine, only to discover that the thing is broke when I need to do a restore.