• Systems Administration Skills and Judgment Calls |Notebook of IT

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    The purpose for this series of articles is to help with making good judgments in deciding what software and tools to use on your home and business network. The situations Systems and Network administrators are encountering today is more complicated than what the general public believes. “What do you mean? They teach students in school […]

  • SendGrid by Eli and James on Exchange E-mail Administration

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    In the link below is a review by Eli the Computer Guy on the benefits of using Send Grid. Eli tells us within ten minutes why he uses this service for Geek Brain Dump. SendGrid for SMTP Relay Since Eli the Computer Guy is “smart on” in the application of technology, I will be applying […]

  • Linux the Unrecognized Backbone of the Internet

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    Linux is the unseen backbone of the Internet This is one of those posts to inform the younger generation that Linux really does run everything. I was actually thinking the other day about the differences between Windows and Linux. The RAM\Memory differences are a point of note for one. Linux runs Supercomputers, social networking sites, […]

  • Microsoft SQL Server Express Editions Benefits

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    The Enterprise level SQL Server edition has more features and possibilities than technologist would ever implement unless he or she is working with an enterprise level organization, i.e., Microsoft may be the only organization using them all.(Just kidding… Well, who else uses every single feature offered?) This is where the SQL Server Express Editions provide […]

  • Eli The Computer Guy vs Facebook

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    “I don’t get into the morals and ethics”; “I concentrate on myself”. People who have been aware of “Eli the Computer Guy” for the past few years would probably say they heard Eli expressed those words more in the past 2 months than they have in the past 2 years. On July 1, 2014; Eli […]

  • WSUS A Quick Client Fix for Windows Server Update Services

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      Here is your scenario: You are presently on a Windows 2008 Domain… Try again you say? How about a Windows server 2003 domain? If you say anything earlier, then it is something to reevaluate. As an FYI, Windows Server 2003, like the old Windows XP,  (still feels strange calling Windows XP old), is fast […]

  • FCC The Federal Communications Commission and Open Internet

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    The FCC, Federal Communications Commission regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. The Federal Communications Commission stated: They Provide Leadership for consumers, public safety, and accessibility. Competition and technological and economic opportunity. The FCC has a lot of say […]

  • HTML Programming – Instructional Video by Eli

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    Recently, with students out for summer break, I’ve been looking for teaching tools that will help teenagers who are seriously interested in developing their skills in the Information Technology world. HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the default and still taught programming language for internet webpages. Before moving on to other languages, it really helps […]

  • The TrueCrypt Encryption Era – Security and Peace of Mind Part 2

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    The link for part 1 of this article on TrueCrypt encryption is here The Truecrypt Encryption Era – The Loss of the Era Explored Part 1 http://www.geekbraindump.com/2014/06/17/the-truecrypt-encryption-era-the-loss-of-the-era-explored-part-1/#sthash.fAUhkttS.dpuf Part 2 is designed to give you reasons why some people used it. Why are people interested in this product? Well, think about these questions. Are you an […]

  • Teenagers Interested in Learning HTML-You will like this Book

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    Information Technology can be intimidating even when the desire is there, but then you look at the source code of an average web page.  For instance, with a web browser (I’m using Firefox), right click on this webpage to show a menu and select ‘view page source’.  Just scroll down the window that pops up. […]

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