As those following this blog remember, among the main events of last year there were the change of location of MOLO17 facilities and the consequent design and construction of our new 4.0 Offices. Regarding this, we also had the opportunity to participate in the dedicated "Office 4.0" event of 11/27/2019, organised by our local Technology … Continue reading Office 4.0: security and quality of life
The first thing you are going to improve on your network is your router, since in a small business network as well as in an home network, it will be on of the central components offering basic and sometimes quite advanced network services. As a bastion host, don't hope you will be using it as … Continue reading Building Home Networks Like a Pro – 2 – The Router: Initial setup
How We designed and brought to life the electrical brains, nerves and muscles of our new Headquarters while the clock was ticking. It was the late afternoon of a relatively calm day at MOLO17, when Mr. Angeli called me.
This tutorial is part of a Series. As you would do for any kind of project, you should always plan ahead: having a clear overview of what you want to achieve to the smallest detail will limit the "whoops" moments. Home network policies: the Mirror Universe As a network professional, my first attempts to configure my … Continue reading Building Home Networks Like a Pro – 1 – Planning Risk Zones
As a computer science and network security enthusiast and professional, a retired semi-pro-gamer, a passionate amateur photographer and, on top of all that, MOLO17's Lead System Engineer, you can imagine my frustration when dealing with the typical home network (and unfortunately the typical small office network). If you can't imagine it, let's just say that … Continue reading Building Home Networks Like a Pro – The Series
This is one of the most inexplicable features on iOS: have you ever tried to paste your carefully planned and designed corporate HTML signature into iOS Mail? If you did, you probably had a very disappointing experience. This is the result you will achieve in the end: A broken signature. The process to get this … Continue reading Quick Tech Tip: Keeping original HTML formatting in iOS Mail Signatures