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Last Updated on 17 April 2014, Total: 149 Blog Posts

  1. There is Too Much Cooling in Data Centers

    According to an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Toronto Scarborough, server environments can easily operate at warmer temperatures thus saving costs on air conditioning without endangering the health and performance of the hardware. Read more here – http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/datacente-cooling-science_research-UTSC,1-549.html... Read More

  2. UN reports on the issue of State surveillance and freedom of expression

    The UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva presents its report that marks the first time the UN has emphasized the centrality of the right to privacy to democratic principles and the free flow of speech and ideas... Read More

  3. Understanding the Bitcoin concept

    Top Bitcoin exchange explains virtual currency in simple web tutorial... Read More

  4. Unitrends Unveils Six Secrets Most Backup Vendors Don’t Want You to Know - Part 1

    Have you ever had the feeling that you were left in the dark on something while everyone around you was in the know?... Read More

  5. Unitrends Unveils Six Secrets Most Backup Vendors Don’t Want You to Know - Part 2

    Part 2 of blog post 'Unitrends Unveils Six Secrets Most Backup Vendors Don’t Want You to Know'... Read More

  6. VirtualizationAdmin.com monthly newsletter

    The below extract is taken from September's VirtualizationAdmin.com monthly newsletter authored by Scott Lowe. 'I'll start by saying that I'm a fan of both vSphere and Hyper-V. Both have a place in the world. With the release of Windows Server 2012 has come Hyper-V Server 2012 along with a whole lot of incorrect information making its way around the Internet... Read More

  7. Visual Studio 2010 Training Kit

    If you are a Visual Studio 2010 inexperienced user and need some help, then I suggest you download the following training kit from Microsoft. The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit The training kit includes demos, presentations and hands-on labs that help you leverage the various features found in this development tool. Visual Studio 2010 is a... Read More

  8. Vulnerability in Cryptocat

    A new vulnerability in Cryptocat - the free software that provides an open and encrypted Instant Messaging environment from your browser is known to affect versions 2.0 and 2.0.42 (2.0.42 not included) of this web-based IM... Read More

  9. Vulnerability in Microsoft graphics component could allow remote code execution

    Microsoft is aware of a vulnerability in previous versions of Office that is actively exploited in targeted attacks using crafted Word documents sent by email. The vulnerability will not affect Office 2013 but will affect older versions such as Office 2003 and 2007... Read More

  10. Webinar - Scalable Database Architectures

    Scalable Database Architectures Webinar... Read More

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