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Manage with Max RemoteManagament

As said on their website, “See everything through a single pane of glass.” Max RemoteManagement do just that. Max RemoteManagement uses tools for IT managed companies to easily manage customer’s IT infrastructure quickly and fix their problems. Max RemoteManagement monitors, troubleshoots, reports, and backs up your data. It’s everything you need for your business!  Running […]

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EDx Offers Free Linux Course

Here ye, here ye. For anyone who wants to learn Linux, there is great news. Linux has linked up with EDx to offer an intro fourse to this free operating system starting in the 3rd quarter of 2014. When exactly in the 3rd quarter? I’m assuming when the fall school semester begins. Here’s the link: […]

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A TECHIE’S PERSONAL TIMELINE ON WINDOWS XP

  October 25, 2001 – Windows XP was released, featuring a new visual design, such as a two-column Start menu, a default wallpaper of Napa Valley’s pasture and blue sky; Windows product activation was also introduced, among other breakthrough features at that time. It was supposed to be the most user-friendly operating system. January 2002 […]

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Pitch Night for Startups

[vimeo 85988892 w=500 h=281] Startups of the future need you. If you’re the type with big, ambitious ideas, then Sotechie Spaces offer a pitch night for people with ideas for startups.

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The DDOS Attack on Meetup.com Journal

The following is a personal account of how I survived the DDOS (distributed denial-of-service attack) on Meetup.com last week (Feb. 27th – March 3rd). Most techies, depending on their line of work, may feel isolated when staring at a computer screen all day. A quick, legal remedy for isolation is Meetup.com, a website that offers […]

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The Meraki MX80 Review

So here at Nuvosys Solutions, there’s a new router. It’s a Cisco’s Meraki MX80. First impression: it looks cool. I like the silver coating, which gives it a metallic/futuristic/cyborg look. In fact, that’s the standard feature for all Meraki devices. Plus, it’s contrary to the typical black (sometimes blue) color of most Cisco routers.   […]

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Tips for Running a Network Cable

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Just set up a new 60-70 foot long cat5 cable from server room to conference room. Whew. Setting up a network cable is not as easy as it looks. So here are some tips I learned from the experience: 1) Make sure the heater isn’t running. I was sweating profusely as I stood on the […]

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GoDaddy Problems

GoDaddy Problems! Heard about GoDaddy problems today? Some say GoDaddy hosting sucks? Did you read some GoDaddy.com issues, GoDaddy complaints and their bad customer experiences? Can these negative GoDaddy web hosting reviews be trusted? Heard some horror stories about their limitations? If you are considering to get a hosting account from GoDaddy, you may want to […]

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New iPod Touch to Match New iPhone

                                                                                                                                                                                    (Credit to Apple)     Can it be that the new iPod Touch will follow the iPhone in screen size? Well, sources say that the fifth generation iPod Touch will have a four inch LCD display. Is that too big for apple’s target audience?  Is our eyes used to the the beautiful 3.5 […]

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Software Detects Motion that the Human Eye Can’t See

      The Video technique could lead to remote diagnostic methods, like the ability to detect the heart rate of someone on a screen. “A new set of software algorithms can amplify aspects of a video and reveal what is normally undetectable to human eyesight, making it possible to, for example, measure someone’s pulse […]

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