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Keeping Cool

By / February 18, 2014

By Movincool                 There are a lot of companies and schools that decide to place all their computers in one designated computer room. This makes it convenient for all the people in the office or school since there is only one place for them to go to in order to access a computer. It is… Read more

Your personal cloud made easier

By / February 7, 2014

Many of us signup for free teaser cloud storage accounts from popular services such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Apple iCloud to find that we max out the limit soon. To get around the limits, many of us open multiple accounts with multiple log-in. These provide challenges such as remembering passwords and most face difficulty… Read more

Target credit information breach calls for newer smart chip card technology

By / January 2, 2014

On December 19, 2013, retail giant Target revealed that its customer data has been breached. Initial report indicated that hackers may have obtained names, addresses, bank account and other vital information of about 40 million its customers. But as days went by and more and more information became available, many think it may have affected… Read more

Monitoring to Prevent Distraction

By / December 19, 2013

A company that uses a lot of computers will find it hard to monitor what its employees do with them. With all those screens it is simply too difficult to control what the employees do on their computers. Of course, there is a certain amount of time allowed for non-work related and personal matters but… Read more

Facebook’s Open Compute Project to revolutionize the entire data center industry

By / December 3, 2013

Announced in April 2011, Open Compute Project (OCP) is a brain child of Facebook. It is intended to openly share data center products for efficiency and designs. The ever increasing demand for computer infrastructure, hardware and software, drove Facebook to find a cheaper and better alternative to traditional data center products. Facebook is known for… Read more

How to Make Effective Display Ads

By / November 18, 2013

By Ted Dhanik  Online display ads are posted on websites that are geared towards a specific target audience.  They are incredibly powerful marketing tools that have been shown to increase sales and clients for many companies worldwide.  Display advertising can be used to accomplish specific goals for a business’ marketing aims such as increasing website traffic… Read more

The Two Types of Terminal Server Monitoring

By / November 17, 2013

Countless companies rely on terminal servers for their convenience and efficiency. It’s hard to imagine the challenges many companies would face if those servers weren’t an option. However, they’re not a perfect solution. As some companies find out the hard way, they need to be monitored in order to defend against bigger problems. Continue reading… Read more

Keeping Track of your Network’s Activities

By / October 21, 2013

Keeping track of the activities and productivity of one’s employees has always been an important aspect of running a business. It ensures that your resources are properly utilized and your secrets are kept secret. In earlier times, it was very simple to keep track due to the very limited applications and uses of computers, however… Read more

New e-reader from Amazon.com

By / October 2, 2013

Amazon.com is introducing a new e-reader called The All-New Kindle Paperwhite for $ 119 with Wi-Fi and $179 with Wi-Fi and 3G just in time for the upcoming holiday season. The unit is acclaimed for not having glare and for its e-ink technology. It weighs 7.3 ounces compared to Apple’s iPad Mini that weighs 10.9… Read more

The Importance of Lactose Tolerance to Europe’s Development

By / September 27, 2013

By Phin Upham Are you able to drink milk and eat cheeses without feeling sick? If so, you can likely trace your ancestry to a single line of Hungarian farmers and herders from 7,500 years ago. According to an article in Nature, most Europeans are lactose tolerant because of a single genetic mutation that was… Read more

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