High Performance Servers

The group comprises Google, hardware vendors IBM, HP Enterprise, Dell EMC, in addition to Intel’s more direct competitors AMD and NVIDIA, among others. IBM’s forthcoming Power9 processors, expected to start next year, will support the standard and so will IBM’s servers they’ll power.

Tricks and Hacks to Speed up Windows 7

In the event you would like Windows 7 to perform optimally, nevertheless, you must prepare yourself to do some fixing and tweaking. From carrying out a virus/malware scan to disabling attributes that use up tons of memory, there is an assortment of methods to speed matters up.

Linux Vs Windows

On the grounds of operating systems primarily two kinds of VPS are provided by the suppliers: Linux and window VPS. Linux and Windows, both have become popular VPS but the costs, characteristics and qualities of both are quite distinct as a result of operating systems. Selecting among the greatest VPS is a very hard undertaking … [Read more…]

IPsec VPNs and SSL VPNs

Do you know the difference between IPsec VPNs and SSL VPNs? If not, that’s not too bad, because we summarize all the differences between the two encryption protocols. So be on the safe side before you choose a VPN client, because both protocols have their advantages and disadvantages.

Usenet Vs Filesharing

The exchange of files has developed strongly with the boom of the Internet in recent years. The file-sharing networks sprang up like weeds and disappeared just as quickly. A “new” system has been in the spotlight for some time now, but this has been the case since the 1980s – the Usenet. Over time, experts … [Read more…]

Introduction to Usenet

The Usenet is often referred to as the “Internet on the Internet” – it is a network that hosts discussion forums, so-called newsgroups. The Usenet is often compared to a blackboard on which messages can be left. In order to participate in the events you need an internet connection, access to the Usenet and a … [Read more…]

Every iPhone can be cracked

When Apple launched its newest smartphone, there was praise for the security features of iPhone X. The company had built in all sorts of security measures designed not only to better protect customers’ data, but also to make it more difficult for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to access it. Now that protection is gone: … [Read more…]

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