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March 8, 2019
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What You Need to Know about Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is a valuable issue nowadays not only for the IT department but for the whole company as well. Because of the significant business risk and security threats customers start worrying about it as well. Media informs that global security incidents have become so widespread as the weather forecast. Cybersecurity is essential because a military, government, corporate, medical and financial organizations gather, process, and save a huge amount of vulnerable data. Un ...
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March 8, 2019
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By: Vikrant Saran
To maintain your place in the IT industry, you need to advance and adhere to its technological developments and trends. Realizing the need of the hour, and to inculcate the best way of operations in their organizations, the companies are migrating their computing base to the cloud. Being a professional with a developed outlook, you must know ...
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March 7, 2019
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By: Dra4hos7
A little literacy. Inspired by previous copy-paste of various rubbish on this topic. Forgive the nosing staff. The IP address (v4) consists of 32-bit. Any self-respecting administrator, and indeed an IT specialist (I’m silent about network engineers), being awakened in the middle of the night or in a state of severe alcoholic intoxicati ...
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March 7, 2019
By: Dra4hos7
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Write a program to substitute hosts (with ++)
We write the program for substitution of hosts (with ++) For a start, a little bit of information from google what is it Quote: hosts – a text file containing a database of domain names and used when translating them into the network addresses of nodes. This file takes precedence over DNS servers. Unlike DNS, the contents of the file are controlled by the administrator of the computer. tobish we will replace the dns server. for this we need a hosting with a dedicated i ...
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March 7, 2019
By: Vikrant Saran
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Market Demand of the Virtualization Skills
Recruiters’ demands are soaring yet there is employment dearth in many economies. The real issue here is the lack of apt skills that are high in demand in the industry yet its difficult to find skilled resources. Recruiters swear that there is all time highest requirement in resource pool for certain skills right now, such as – skills in virtualization (one of the hot new technology) which can reduce the cost of enterprises in data centers. VMware, being one of t ...
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March 6, 2019
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By: Zubair Ansari
History of cloud computing       I.            Start up for the cloud. Cloud can be considered as a model where related user can get on demand access to the shared resources as well as applications, servers’ storage or may any hardware device over the internet or the network. Consumer or user cannot get the hardware access d ...
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March 6, 2019
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Today, cyber threats are looming larger than physical threats such as terrorism. According to research that was conducted by the Unisys Security Index™ in 2017 this is true for both developed and developing nations. This is because we’re now embracing more digital devices and services in both our work and personal lives. As such, most ...
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March 6, 2019
By: Raul Cândido
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From Baker to a career in Digital Forensics
It may seem like a big leap, perhaps even impossible, for a baker to become a Digital Forensic Specialist. I come from a family of bakery workers, my father and six of his brothers have been confectioners or bakers for over 50 years. Growing up in this nest it was natural that when the time came I would follow my family’s traditional careers, my roots are well defined. It was many years of hard work, with breaks only once after many months and working between eight and ...
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