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Windows VPS Security Guidelines

Hello Everyone, Today, We are going to cover the Windows security aspect for Amazon Sellers. As most of us are aware of the cyberattack, security breach and ransomware have become common these days, higher chances to loses the sensitive information in a few seconds like credit card number or paypal. Would like to cover this [...]

How To Change Your Password In Windows Server

Changing Your Windows Server Password Through Windows Control Panel To change your password via the Windows Control Panel please refer to the following steps: Press the Windows key + X while logged into the server Select Control Panel Select Change account type Select the account you’d like to modify Select Change the password Enter the Current […]

AirBar: The plug-in touchscreen

You can now convert your laptop or PC into a touch screen with the help of a new device called AirBar. Touch screen’s have become such a popular feature in laptops these days, and most laptop companies are moving towards them, but not every laptop or desktop model comes with the feature. A Swedish company [...]

Network functions virtualization (NFV)

Network functions virtualization (NFV) sometimes goes by another name in the industry — virtual network function (VNF). Often used interchangeably, both focus primarily on optimization of the network services, contrary to software-defined networking (SDN), which separates the control and forwarding plane for a centralized view of the network. Network functions virtualization, offers a new way [...]

The $15 Raspberry Pi Rival

On paper, the Pine 64 is as powerful as the $35 Raspberry Pi 3. It can be a PC replacement, and the most expensive model, with Wi-Fi, is priced at $29. The primary shipments are going to backers that poured a total of $1.7 million into a Kickstarter campaign to develop the computer. Pine64, the [...]

3 Things to expect in the near future with 5G

5G aims to be 100 times faster than our current wireless technology and even speedier than what Google Fiber offers through a physical connection to the home. The incredible speeds and responsiveness achieved with 5G open up new possibilities, and the technology had people buzzing at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain, [...]

Microsoft Takes on Oracle, Opening Up Database Software to Linux

Microsoft Corp planned on Monday to announce its move into a new business, unveiling a database software that works with a rival to its Windows operating system, a move that takes aim at a market long dominated by Oracle Corp. The new database product will work with the Linux operating system. The move is the [...]

Raspberry Pi 3: Model B

The Raspberry Pi Foundation on Monday announced the availability of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B for US$35, the same price as the previous model. The new hardware upgrade, boosts the single-core processor of the original Pi to a faster, more capable quad-core chipset in the Pi 3. The current model is based on a [...]

Cloud Storage: NAS

A Cloud NAS (network attached storage) is remote storage that is accessed over the Internet as if it was local. The storage is usually hosted by a third-party service provider, who charges the customer a fee based on capacity and bandwidth but also used for backups and archiving. In the enterprise, the off-site storage might [...]

NextBit Robin: The Cloud Based Smartphone

If you’ve owned a Smartphone over the past few years, you’ve used it for numerous things such as: sending messages, using apps, capturing photos and video, or playing games. It’s no secret that installing apps and games and taking photos and video with your phone rapidly consumes the storage available to you, and it doesn’t [...]

Take Your Business Sky High with .Cloud Domains

Cloud-friendly businesses will be able to show off their affinities with the launch of special new .cloud domains, which have gone on general sale. The new domains are already in hot demand, with businesses including Ubuntu, Weebly, Odin and ePages among the first to sign up from the 70 plus registrars selling them, including the [...]

Three Key trends defining the future of DevOps

DevOps is rapidly changing the face of IT and is becoming the new normal. As DevOps practices improve IT performance, it has become too late to go back to the old way of managing IT. While no one has a completely reliable crystal ball, three important trends are already underway and can be expected to [...]

Horizontal and Vertical Scaling

Scalability is the capability of a system to expand from either existing configurations to handle increasing amount of load or by adding an extra hardware. There are mainly two types of scalabilities, horizontal and vertical. Horizontal scaling, is adding more servers to your application to spread the load. The simplest case of horizontal scaling may […]

High Availability and Disaster Recovery

The terms High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) are frequently heard and are used interchangeably. Which is why it is important to clarify the distinctions between the two in order for companies to understand the unique capabilities, the role of each and how they can be used most effectively within their organization. High Availability [...]

Web Server Farming: how do they work?

A server farm also referred to as server cluster, computer farm or ranch, is a group of computers acting as servers and housed together in a single location. A server farm works by streamlining internal processes by distributing the workload between the individual components of the farm and through which it expedites computing processes by [...]

Amazon IoT: The world of Cloud Computing

Internet of things, the word may seem to describe itself.  IoT is a network of physical Objects or ‘Things’ embedded with Software’s, electronics, network connectivity, and sensors. It plays the role of collecting and exchanging data, allowing objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructures. Therefore creating more opportunities for direct integration […]

Usages of Proxy Servers

In computer networks, a proxy server is a server (a computer system or an application) that acts as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. A client connects to the proxy server, requesting some service, such as a file, connection, web page, or other resources available from a different server and […]

DNS Failover, Overcome your downtime!

As your business grows, it becomes more and more mission-critical, and any amount of downtime is damaging. You could potentially lose hundreds if not even thousands of dollars for every minute your site is down. Not to mention, it may also hurt your brand image and customers confidence. This is why firms and individuals today […]

Network latency

Network latency is the term used to indicate any kind of delay that happens in data communication over a network. Network connections in which small delays occur are called low-latency networks whereas network connections which suffers from long delays are called high-latency networks. High latency creates bottlenecks in any network communication. It prevents the data […]

What is Virtualization? Why go for it?

When you hear people talk about virtualization, they’re usually referring to server virtualization, which means a combination of software and hardware engineering that creates Virtual Machines (VMs) – an abstraction of the computer hardware that allows a single machine to act as if it were many machines. Each virtual machine can interact independently with other […]

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