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11. DKVM-8E Console Password (DLink KVM Switch)

By: Saik Chye : 2011-11-24

Description: This morning I received an SMS alert that the 'Power Supply and UPS is down'. I rushed back to the data center. We have around 50 racks of servers and equipments in our datacenter. This has never happened in the last 10 years. After the UPS vendors fixed the issue, we still have to turn on some of the servers and switches manually.


12. What is Microsoft Office 365?

By: Marlon Marescia : 2011-08-23

Description: Office 365 is Microsoft’s next generation of its Business Online Productivity Suite (BPOS). BPOS has been around for a few years and is Microsoft’s Hosted offering of Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting and Microsoft Office Communications Online. Office 365 now includes the following products:


13. Migration from IPV4 to IPV6

By: William Alexander : 2011-04-13

Description: All new Operating Systems such as Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Solaris etc,, already has inbuilt IPV6 support. But this may not be enabled by default. During the migration process you will have to enable and ensure it is enabled in each of your servers.


14. What is PGP?

By: Darrell Brogdon : 2011-01-24

Description: Since almost the beginning of time, it seems, man has had a need to keep information private and, in many situations, needed to decipher information previously made private by others. In our age of high technology these needs have grown exponentially and become more complex.


15. How to use GnuPG (GPG)?

By: Darrell Brogdon : 2011-01-24

Description: GnuPG is strictly a command-line utility. There are several GUI wrappers to GPG but the binary is usually required. Since its core purpose is to encrypt and decrypt information, we're first going to have a look at doing just that, using GPG.


16. The Failure of 2FA / Two-Factor Authentication

By: Bruce Schneier : 2011-01-11

Description: Two-factor authentication isn't our savior. It won't defend against phishing. It's not going to prevent identity theft. It's not going to secure online accounts from fraudulent transactions. It solves the security problems we had ten years ago, not the security problems we have today.


17. What is SharePoint? Advantages of Microsoft SharePoint.

By: Emiley J : 2010-12-14

Description: SharePoint is an enterprise information portal, from Microsoft, that can be configured to run Intranet, Extranet and Internet sites.  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 allows people, teams and expertise to connect and collaborate.  A SharePoint enterprise portal is composed of both SharePoint Portal and Windows SharePoint Services, with SharePoint being built upon WSS.  WSS is typically used by small teams, projects and companies.  SharePoint Server is designed for individuals, teams and projects within a medium to large company wide enterprise portal.


18. What is IAAS?

By: William Alexander : 2010-12-09

Description: IASS stands for Infrastructure As A Service. Wasn't that easy to understand? Infrastructure here means all the servers, the switches, the storage, the ups, the firewalls, the routers and any network equipment that normally sits in your "server room".


19. What is Windows Azure?

By: Emiley J : 2010-08-13

Description: The Windows Azure™ Platform is an Internet-scale cloud services platform hosted through Microsoft data centers. The platform includes the Windows Azure operating system and a set of rich developer services.


20. What is Groovy? Getting Started with Groovy - A tutorial

By: Whitey : 2010-08-01

Description: If you are a Java developer, or any programmer who has written code in Java, you know that although Java is a very powerful language, some things are easier than others. For example, creating structure and objects through classes is great in Java, but file I/O can be a real hassle. In those cases, a dynamic language with features akin to Ruby, Python, or other scripting languages would be a great help. That's where Groovy comes in. Groovy is a somewhat recent development that allows Java programmers to easily script functionality into their programs and improve productivity. The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce Java programmers to Groovy through the traditional "Hello World" application and encourage further exploration of this language.