• Two Analog Technologies Still Used By Millions

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    Here it is – 2014. Computers and microprocessors have taken over most anything we do. Everyday – we’re on the lookout for the next big thing. Is it software defined networking – or software defined something or other? Could be. The race is fast and furious and, it can be a challenge to keep up. […]

  • Network Diagrams – Don’t be lazy!

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    You might think I’m being mean or sarcastic, but I’m dead serious. IT professionals need to stop being lazy, and put forth the effort into creating decent network diagrams. Let’s begin with the reasons why a network diagram is a good idea. Well, for starters, it gives you a complete picture of the entire network. […]

  • Small Business IT Security, Why Is It So Important?

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    Small Business IT Security, Why Is It So Important? Over the years I have found that an alarming amount of small businesses that deal with sensitive personal information of their clients (such as medical and financial offices) do not properly secure their computer systems. Their client data is stored on normal network shares, open to […]

  • MOOC

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    What is MOOC ? MOOC is Massive Open On Line Courses, the biggest University have given thier lessons for free in defferent website( links are down page) such as Harvard, Oxford …The idea is to provide knowledge for every people in the world, you can register in the web site and take a course or more […]

  • TYPES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

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    Basically there are two types of programming language, there are Scripting Programming Language and Compiled Programming Language. Compiled Programming Language : This programming language are the oldest programming language, after writing your code, you want to chek if it works or not, and as we know computer understand only 0 and 1 this is where […]

  • Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets

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    Cascading Style Sheets — does the phrase ring a bell? Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of this before because, maybe, you’re probably more familiar with it’s shortcut: CSS. Now, is it familiar? If you’re a regular netizen then you’ll be able to identify this term with web design and coding. It’s a language used […]

  • HACKING DNS

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    What is DNS ? DNS is Domain Name Service, what DNS does is map the domain name to the IP address. How to hack DNS ? First you need to open a NotePad file, be sure to execute it as administrator, then browse to the c: then windows folder then system32 folder then drivers folder […]

  • Just get F.lux, really.

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    Desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and even smart watches. In this age we are surrounded by screens. Have you ever noticed how people texting at night have that eerie blue glow, or that looking at your smartphone at 6 am blinds you? This is because the blue light given off by all screens screens interrupts the […]

  • Naming Conventions – Think this through!

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    As technology professionals, we need to be organized. For those of us who support clients, like my business does, or for those of us dealing with larger networks, this topic is even more important. For example, any client that we’ve walked into that had an existing network administered / supported by someone other than us, […]

  • TROUBLESHOOTING

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    What is troubleshooting ? Troubleshooting is a method to check the connexion between devices, to check the connection between your pc and print, scanner or modem. How to troubleshoot ? Basically we use three command for troubleshooting wich are the “netstat” (Network Statics) command and the “ping” command and the “tracert” (Trace Route) command those […]

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