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The iPhone 12: What You Need to Know

Apple recently announced four new models for the all new iPhone 12. This article discusses both the good and bad changes, along with anything else that you need to know if you're thinking about upgrading. NOTICE: Not an official review, but an editorial piece.
In Case of Emergency USB Device Review

Emergency info on a USB Device

A great idea of a USB Flash Drive that caught my eye in an advertisement I read on Facebook -- but how good is it? I purchased a couple to find out so here's a review of what I think about it, from a variety of perspectives.

Difficult Windows 10 Problem

This article is a short story about a troublesome Intel Video Driver problem

How to de-brick a hard-bricked router in 2019 (on the example of Asus RT-N16)

There are articles on this topic, but I have decided to summarise everything in one, according to the tools we have in 2019 for the job. Provided you have the means mentioned, the task should take you up to 5 hours or less to get running again. It required however around 5 days for me to get there.
Best laptops for work

Top 5 Laptops for Work

In the modern world, the laptop became the go-to device for work, especially for those working on the move. But among the endless variety of manufacturers, price levels and features on how to choose the best one? Find out in this article.

Sysadmins as Characters in the Incredibles

Sysadmin Day 2018 is coming up on July 27th, and, going along with the recent premiere of the new hit movie The Incredibles 2, we want to share a light-hearted and comical explanation of what sysadmins are and why they are so incredible.
Repair Corrupt Exchange Mailbox

Exchange Not Receiving External Emails In 2010, 2013, 2016 Mailbox Server

Exchange not receiving an external email in 2016/ 13/ 10 / 07 version can occur due to the various issues. Get complete information to fix Exchange Server not receiving external or outside Email messages in a Public Folder mailbox and Distribution Group.
What is Moore’s Law

What is Moore’s Law?

Moore’s law state that computing power will double their speed every 18 months or so. While many have predicted the law to end in the 1980’s, it has been going strong even today - but for how long? Moore's Law suggests exponential growth, and it is unlikely it will last forever.

Why your iPad might be acting strangely

Sometimes when I'm using my iPad, one of my apps will start acting weird or it just stops working. After reading articles and finding solutions on my own, I decided to share solutions I have found helpful.

Creating a Virtual Machine in Hyper-V

Want to create a VM? Here's how you do it.

What is it worth, your computer?

This article tries to be an eye-opener for a security aspect that should get more attention: watching the electrical power consumption of your computers! If you start reading this article and it does not sound security-related, just have a little patience and be assured: it is.

My Wireless mouse saga

For years I have put up with a wireless mouse that consistently disappears or is non-responsive. This is the story of how I discovered it wasn't really the mouse!

A New Era of Computing Power: Cloud Computing and Innovations of the Future

Moore’s Law has proven itself time and time again since it was first introduced. So what’s next? Will Moore’s law continue to remain relevant, or will new technology take over and bring us the next big advancement in computing?

3 Reasons Why Certifications Matter for IT Professionals

If you're a modern-day technology professional, you may be wondering if certifications are really necessary. They are. Here's why.

Latin American Broadcasting Company Builds State-of-the-art Newsroom Using ATEN Solutions

This article will show how Aten was able to supply easy management and control for Artear's video walls and wide range display configurations of their newsroom.

Recommended hardware structure for Microsoft exchange server.

New style of hardware planning for Microsoft Exchange server.

Backups and Disaster Recovery

Backups and Disaster RecoveryIn this post, we’ll look at strategies for backups and disaster recovery.

Cisco 40GB QSFP ports & QSFP-4SFP-CU1M cables explained

This article is in regards to the Cisco QSFP-4SFP10G-CU1M cables, which are designed to uplink/downlink 40GB ports to 10GB SFP ports. I recently experienced this and found very little configuration documentation on how these are supposed to be configured.

Hard Drive vs RAM Drive Speed Comparisons. RAMDisk introduced!

This article shows how to use a free utility called 'Parkdale' to easily test the performance and benchmark any Hard Drive(s) installed in your computer. We also look at RAM Disks and their speed comparisons.
ATEN / Arrow Electronics Case Study

Arrow Electronics Automates its Product Test Center Operations with ATEN’s Panel Array Mode Functionality

Arrow Electronics was searching for a KVM (Keyboard/Video/Mouse) switch that could display on one single monitor the current status of all units being tested on the rack.

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