You always hear in the news how bad hackers are, and most people think that they (individually) won’t be a target of hacking. Or they think, “I don’t even know where to start (other than being careful with my data).”
The thing to remember about hacking is…
…that’s Latin “Forewarned is forearmed”.
Fortunately, you don’t need a degree in Computer Science (or Latin) to take practical steps to protect yourself. But you do need some basic, solid information to acquaint you with attack vectors and terms.
If you don’t know the difference between a virus and a worm, this infographic is for you! Get ready, because this is a long, LONG post, but well worth the read.
URL for full size (800×12382) download: Click here
Props: Liam Cleary @helloitsliam
I’ve been an infographic mood lately, especially as it relates to SharePoint.
Below is a great infographic, created by Matt Wade, that quickly identifies performance limits and hard limits for SharePoint 2013 and Office 365. In addition to being a handy reference chart, Matt’s blog post also discusses the logic behind the numbers.
Full-size (2339×3400) version in PNG format:
It’s also available in PDF format:
(When the SharePoint 2016 version comes out I’ll add a link to that version.)
Matt has another great SharePoint infographic:
Ultimate Guide to File Type and Special Character Limits
Props: Matt Wade @thatMattWade