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When you are shopping for a smartphone, one of the first choices you need to make is the platform. If you pick Blackberry or iOS, then you’ve already pretty much picked your phone, you just need to choose a model and carrier.  If you prefer to go with an Android or Windows Phone, then you have many more choices to make. Here are a few facts about these 4 platforms to help you decide. Read more

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Mobile PhoneMobile phones have become such an integral component of everyday life that even the most staunch technophobes are hopping on board. The changing tide in communications has left most streets without phone booths and hand-written directions seemingly obsolete. As today’s youth grows up in a world that’s always had cellphones the myriad ways these gadgets are used is ever-expanding. Plus with continuous advancements in software, apps, and ways in which to use and even wear mobiles, a lack of imagination may be the only thing preventing most users from taking mobile usage to the next level.  Some trends worth trying: Read more

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Network tapsAt their most basic level, network taps are a type of hardware used to monitor network activity. As there are many scenarios where the data flowing or passing through a computer network needs to be monitored, integration of network taps is often the best solution.

Typically, for any exchange of data in a network, there is a point of origin and a destination. And should there be more than two systems, computers or servers in the network sharing the same data then there can be more than one port of origin and destination. In either case, network taps are placed physically in a network, ideally in a place through which the entire network including all the origins or destinations can be accessed. When data is shared or passed along in a network, the network taps records the data, copies it and routes it to the monitoring system.

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Introducing cloud computing to a business can bring huge benefits for flexibility and scalability, but also means solving concerns regarding security for sensitive data.

That’s why cloud hosting companies offer public and private solutions. Within that, companies also offer varying levels of private cloud services to meet your requirements and budget.

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Occasionally, more than one virtual machine (VM) can be assigned the same MAC address as another VM. There are several instances in which this problem can crop up, and when this happens, it can create a variety of network issues that are difficult and frustrating to spot. It can cause connectivity and other non-specific issues that are a miserable situation to diagnose. There are a few instances that commonly result in duplicate MAC addresses. It’s possible to produce a duplicate if your environment includes multiple virtual centers or if you have a single virtual center and are cloning a VM. If you have experienced this type of problem before, you know that it can take hours of sleuthing in attempt to find the culprit behind intermittent connectivity to the network. Perhaps an experienced network engineer with a bag of tools might decipher the situation quickly and find the duplicate MAC addresses, but more often than not, it requires hours of meticulous troubleshooting to pin down the issue.

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Considering the large impact associated with personal computers in our everyday lives these days, generally there is virtually no doubt the fact that we all will need to understand how to utilize such a gadget to our advantage. It is a good thing that even the young ones get access to this useful gadget with the help of computer courses for kids.

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