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Posted on 07. Feb, 2013 by km.
Everyone in love has great plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day at beginning of the day – even the couples married for decades! But as the day draws near, you completely forget about it until the last moment when you overhear your colleague talking about buying a special gift for his sweetheart. Well, not everything is [...]
Posted on 15. Oct, 2012 by km.
SMB’s looking for security solutions face a major challenge. They are threatened by all the same things that enterprises face, and they have to be concerned with all the same maintenance tasks that enterprises do. While the scale of the network they must protect may be smaller, the scale of the threat is not, and [...]
Posted on 03. Oct, 2012 by km.
The Internet has made a lot of people’s jobs easier. Employees will attest to that, around the world. But make no mistake. It has also brought some challenges. It is estimated that the average employee wastes roughly two hours of time per day. Over the course of a week, that adds up to about 10 [...]
Posted on 18. Sep, 2012 by km.
Forex trading is an exercise that has changed beyond all recognition in the last decade or so, thanks largely to the way in which technology has made it far more accessible to the general public. Through the development of sophisticated web based and downloadable trading platforms, technological innovation has helped to establish forex trading as [...]
Posted on 05. Sep, 2012 by km.
When we hear the word phising, what typically comes to mind is malicious activity by cybercriminals related to banking. Phising is a deceptive technique used to obtain credentials from a third party; a malicious attempt at gaining information such as passwords, usernames and credit card details with the ultimate aim at making monetary gains. Cybercriminals [...]
Posted on 04. Sep, 2012 by km.
In this age of IT, intellectual property is the most valuable asset for a true business. Such properties include software applications, secret codes, trade secrets or various marketing strategies. The misuse of corporate resources and digital assets may backfire the well-structured plan of organizations to grow up to maximum level. Also, if you are an [...]
Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 by km.
Disk write caching is a Windows inbuilt feature used since 2000 with an intention to increase Windows operating speed as well as data transfer rate. Disk write caching won’t need any third party tools or requires you to play with system registries, you could simply enable or disable it by following guidelines in this tutorial. [...]