Now the maximum temperature for the majority of Australian households in summer rarely if ever reaches or exceeds that. There is a large amount of the continent where the temperature exceeds that - however its very sparsely populated (you are looking at the central deserts after all) and has minimal infrastructure anyway.
For the majority of the population (i.e. major population centres on the coast) it's quite reasonable.
Unfortunately the Fire Department Standard Operating Procedure was that every fire was suspicious until proven otherwise, and the site was declared a crime scene. Consequently the Business was denied access to the site for several weeks until the situation was resolved and the remaining building could be made safe.
By that stage enough of their customers had moved to another accountancy firm and they were unable to survive with the remaining customers despite being able to completely rebuild their IT infrastructure.
I'd suggest in your example you may want to consider some form of removable media (5 GB will easily fit on a dual-layer DVD) and keep the backups in a secure safe at another family members house in case of disaster. With backups that size you could make several copies and keep them at multiple locations. Alternatively, encrypt the backups and keep a copy at work.
If you are not allergic to Microsoft products it's got a lot to recommend it:
Available on Windows, OSX & Linux
Cross-platform tools like Xamarin (which as an interesting ecosystem for cross-platform mobile apps)
That's not how Slashdot is supposed to work
With a closed source product you basically have to trust the vendor to get it right, and to patch defects in a timely manner.
OpenSSL is a classic demonstration of one of the truths of computer programming - namely that good cryptography is HARD.
I just wish that the big players who use this in their products would support the developers - and make it a better outcome for all of us who rely on this product.
Nice business model
I have to admit for all the blue ray disks I have, the included menus and bumf just makes it a less pleasant experience.
I don't know who builds in the code for these 'features' - but it makes it very difficult to justify buying legitimate media when the studios seem to put all their crapware in the way.
Link to Original Source
Imagine if they could back-port this work to their current range of x86 blade servers !
Have you contacted any media organisations about selling the rights to film and publish this?
It might be a good way to get further funding for this work.