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Date registered: April 12, 2011

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  1. How Ethernet Can Secure The Connected Car — December 18, 2014
  2. With Windows 10, Microsoft could move to a subscription-based model — December 10, 2014
  3. How to install Security/CCTV System for Your Home — November 27, 2014
  4. Install and configure Remote Desktop Service in windows server 2012 — November 20, 2014
  5. VNC Server and its configuration in Linux — November 12, 2014

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How Ethernet Can Secure The Connected Car

In-car networks could become the next favorite target for hackers. Ethernet offers many options to protect the connected car from malicious attacks. In-car networks are increasingly being designed-in and deployed to connect systems such as infotainment, driver assist, autonomous driving and safety systems, often on shared, high-bandwidth infrastructures. These networks, and the devices that connect …

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With Windows 10, Microsoft could move to a subscription-based model

Microsoft has indicated that Windows 10, which will be released next year, could move towards a subscription-based model. Instead of going the usual route and buying a perpetual Windows 10 license for $50 to $200, you would instead pay a few dollars per month — and then, as with most subscriptions, you’d get free upgrades when …

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How to install Security/CCTV System for Your Home

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Step 1: Get the right cables. RG59 Siamese Cable, is the industry standard type of cable used for most CCTV installs. This cable consists of one video cable and one power cable (Positive and Negative), thus the name Siamese. Step 2: Find the right location for your cameras. There is a special CCTV design software …

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Install and configure Remote Desktop Service in windows server 2012

In this Blog we will install and configure the Windows 2012 Remote Desktop Services Role. We will configure the website for RDWEB access and also configure remote app apps locally through the remote desktop client. Before we start bare in mind RDS is not supported on a Domain Controller, it may work but you may come across lots of …

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VNC Server and its configuration in Linux

Introduction VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing `desktop’ environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures. It is implemented in a client/ server model. …

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Is your Ethernet fast enough? Four new speeds are in the works

Ethernet’s future is now about much more than the next top speed: The engineers charting a path for the ubiquitous networking protocol are looking at several new versions to serve a variety of applications. At a meeting last Thursday of the Ethernet Alliance, an industry group that promotes IEEE Ethernet standards, three major new projects …

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How to secure your cloud database in an insecure world

There is a division of responsibility when you put your database to work in the cloud. An infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provider, such as IBM SoftLayer, secures the physical components while responsibility to secure information rests with the application developer. Of course, the software as a service (SaaS) vendor must provide the developers and …

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You can’t afford to ignore the internet of things

  The internet of things (IoT) is a powerful, unstoppable, world-changing force. Analysts predict that 20 billion to 30 billion “things” will be connected to the internet by 2020. As such, launching an IoT business is quickly becoming an imperative across industries and around the world. Most companies have websites. If they didn’t, we’d question …

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The top 10 Internet and technology trends for 2014

1. The Internet of things Little by little, all electronic devices are connecting to the Internet. It started with personal computers, notebooks, tablets and mobile phones. Then it was TVs, cars, glasses and watches. What’s next? Our homes. Fridges, keys, the heating, the electric meter and hoovers will all be connected. These new smart devices …

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Brain-computer Interfaces

The ability to control a computer using only the power of the mind is closer than one might think. Brain-computer interfaces, where computers can read and interpret signals directly from the brain, have already achieved clinical success in allowing quadriplegics, those suffering “locked-in syndrome” or people who have had a stroke to move their own …

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