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Ravi Namboori : Can SDN usher in better IT security?

That software-defined networking (SDN) is a coming reality is starting to gain traction in IT security circles, with some vendors arguing it could lead to a level of interoperability in security largely missing at present. 116 more words

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Enhance Productivity of Your Employees With Computer Certification Training Programs

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Knowledge is power and any company that looks forward to sustain in the cut throat competition has to embrace the latest technology that really gives them a cutting edge over their competitors. 395 more words

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Another Interview with Brian Aspinall

A little over a year ago, I conducted an online interview with Brian Aspinall.  We’ve stayed in contact and certainly I follow the stories and articles that he shares every morning.   1,394 more words


Open Broadcaster Software - Current Settings (Oct 2014)

I plan to do a more detailed post soon about the basics of OBS, but for those of you who are somewhat familiar with the program already, I’ll post my settings below. 223 more words


IBM shares off 7% after big earnings miss

Shares of IBM fell sharply Monday after the computer company reported third-quarter earnings that fell well short of analyst expectations. After the weak profit news broke, IBM shares dropped $13.05, or 7.2%, to $169.00. 11 more words


The handwriting has been on my wall for a while.

Since April, my primary computer has been my Dell XPS 15 laptop. It has a fast motherboard, 8 GB RAM, 750 GB at 7500 HD, a backlit keyboard, high def monitor, a DVD that plays Blu-Ray, and a 9-cell battery. 793 more words


Read Books: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains

Read books.  That is my advice to you.

Reading books requires a different type of reading and produces different results than reading on a computer. 278 more words