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  • How Immersion Cooling Enables Faster Servers When Overworking the Cloud

    How Immersion Cooling Enables Faster Servers When Overworking the Cloud

    We are always told to keep liquids away from computers but it turns out liquid is necessary, although we’re referring to a different type of liquid. CPUs can be made to push their speed limit to the higher side that it was supposed to support but as a result, it…

  • Microsoft’s Solution to the Lack of Future Cyber Security Talent in the US

    Microsoft’s Solution to the Lack of Future Cyber Security Talent in the US

    What is cyber security? Why do we need it? We have heard one or two news about a company’s data being attacked, the data of the company’s users were hacked and all the information was stolen and in return asked for ransomware. A secured company can be hacked even if…

  • Value vs Non-Value Scrap Recycling

    Value vs Non-Value Scrap Recycling

    WHAT IS SCRAP RECYCLING?  We are familiar with recycling plastics, clothes and sometimes we are also told to recycle electronic devices to either give them back to the company or in exchange or to donate devices and clothes. We are also advised to throw bio-degradable waste differently so that biodegradable…

  • What is NVMe Storage and How Can it Benefit You?

    What is NVMe Storage and How Can it Benefit You?

    What is NVMe storage? Non-volatile Memory Express. It is a storage media and a transport protocol. It has high speed with a fast response rate and is suitable for any type of enterprise workload. It works by accessing a computer’s non-volatile memory.  NON-VOLATILE MEMORY: it is a type of computer…

  • Selecting the Best Server for Your Data Center

    Selecting the Best Server for Your Data Center

    Server Selection Having a better server is necessary to increase performance in the workplace. It must be the first protocol of IT professionals to assess top priorities to develop a protocol on how a server should be chosen while constructing the most efficient workloads. It is said that servers are…

  • Exploring Apple’s Replacement Cycle During the Pandemic

    Exploring Apple’s Replacement Cycle During the Pandemic

    The Apple Company always came up with new ideas, innovative engineering, efficient products to meet the demand and requirements of the people. They introduce several features in their products and most importantly putting latest features in their models successfully is itself a huge success. As the pandemic occurred, COVID-19 spread…

  • Data Center Decommissioning – A “How-To” Guide

    Data Center Decommissioning – A “How-To” Guide

    What is data center decommissioning? A data center is a physical place where a company’s sensitive applications and data are kept centrally. The data center is designed in such a way that applications and data are distributed through computer networking by a shared delivery. Traditionally it used to be on-premises.

  • A Practical Guide to Hard Drive Destruction

    A Practical Guide to Hard Drive Destruction

    Hard Drive Destruction We all know that houses are demolished for renovation, even buildings are demolished to build a new building. This process can be very entertaining, even vehicles are destroyed. Getting these vehicles crashed after falling from a height can be mentally satisfying as well but these will not…

  • Big Data Services: Unleashed

    Big Data Services: Unleashed

    Big Data, refers to that large amount of data that is there in individual companies to run their businesses every day. The data can either be structured or unstructured or both. The data is important for the companies as these data help the companies in having insights into the world.

  • Top 5 Laptops Under $500 for 2021

    Top 5 Laptops Under $500 for 2021

    Trying to find your way through the online plethora of inexpensive laptops can be a drag. For the most part, they all boast the same features and similar specs, so how can you really be sure that you’re getting the most for your money? Let’s be real, $500 is nothing…

  • Earth Day and ITAD – How to Manage Your E-Waste Correctly

    Earth Day and ITAD – How to Manage Your E-Waste Correctly

    Climate change. The Green New Deal. Global warming. Earth Day has taken on extraordinary importance over the past few decades. The very first Earth Day celebration focused on engaging thousands of students on a sunny spring day in 1970. The worldwide movement helped inspire groundbreaking laws including the Clean Air…

  • Cambridge-1: The UK’s Fastest Supercomputer

    Cambridge-1: The UK’s Fastest Supercomputer

    In October 2020, Nvidia revealed plans to begin developing Cambridge-1, UK’s fastest supercomputer. The project would cost an estimated £40 million, or $51.7 million. As we all know, the COVID-19 took a stronghold in 2020. With the global pandemic still in full effect, Nvidia was head-on with a list of…

  • Microsoft Exchange Server’s Hacked!

    Microsoft Exchange Server’s Hacked!

    A universal wave of cyber attacks and data breaches started in early January after four zero-day exploits were discovered in on-premises Microsoft Exchange Servers. Zero-day exploits are unknown exploits in the wild that exposes a vulnerability in software or hardware and can create complicated problems well before anyone realizes something is wrong. At first, a zero-day exploit leaves no…

  • All of the Equipment You Need to Build a Gaming PC

    All of the Equipment You Need to Build a Gaming PC

    With the surge in professional gaming and e-sports taking the world by storm, there has been an expected increase in gaming PC builds. Whether you are already an experienced gamer or just starting, there are several factors to consider when choosing the best PC for your needs. While there are…

  • FIREWALL – What Is It ? Why Do I Need It?

    FIREWALL – What Is It ? Why Do I Need It?

    What is a Firewall? Imagine going to a nightclub in Las Vegas and waiting in a long line to get in. There is a large bouncer at the entrance checking everyone’s IDs and making sure they don’t have any weapons that could cause harm to the people already inside the…

  • Quantum Computing – Who What When Where Why

    Quantum Computing – Who What When Where Why

    It wasn’t too long ago when I was researching another topic and came across a video on quantum computing. Ultimately, I was exposed to a concept I thought had only existed in sci-fi movies and technological pipe dreams of the future. I learned more than I ever thought possible about…

  • Industries Delayed by Semiconductor Chip Shortage

    Industries Delayed by Semiconductor Chip Shortage

    The Latest on the Ongoing Semiconductor Chip Shortage Remember back towards the end of last year when there was mass excitement over the new release of the Sony PS5 and the newest version of Microsoft’s Xbox, only to find out everything was on backorder? Even cell phones and computers at…

  • Meet Summit, The IBM Supercomputer

    Meet Summit, The IBM Supercomputer

    Imagine a single computer so advanced in power and efficiency that it’s a million times more powerful than a high-end laptop, allowing it to sift through thousands and thousands of variables and create models and simulations to help find answers to the world’s most complex problems. Meet Summit, a supercomputer developed by IBM for…

  • Data Center Equipment 101

    Data Center Equipment 101

    Managing a data center means hours of preparation to ensure everything runs smoothly, starting from day one and long into the future. Whether you are housing a small data center for your company, or you are in charge of operating a cloud storage center with multitudes of servers, there is…

  • Degaussing – Data Destruction Basics

    Degaussing – Data Destruction Basics

    What is Degaussing? If you’re familiar with the data storage industry, there’s a chance you’ve come across the term degaussing before. Most people associate this funny little word with erasing data, and they wouldn’t be wrong. But degaussing is more than just erasing data, it’s rendering it irretrievable for any…

  • Spine Chilling Cyber Security Facts

    Spine Chilling Cyber Security Facts

    It’s that time of year again. The air is getting colder, leaves are starting to fall, and kids in costumes are running from door to door. Before you turn on the next horror movie and jump at the slightest bump in the night, take a moment to read these truly…

  • Protecting Your Data in the Age of Ransomware

    Protecting Your Data in the Age of Ransomware

    Data through the internet do not contain our flesh or blood but it still has some information about us which is a part of us. Today modern technology has moved far ahead which is why we must pace up and update ourselves about modern technology to know how will it…