Computer Basics : Input, Display and Store
Unless you have lived under a rock for the last twenty years, you will be familiar with the basic components required for a computer system – a keyboard for input, a monitor to display the results, a hard drive to store what you created, and a CPU (Central Processing Unit) to control all the functions.
on Thu, 2011-04-21 14:34
What is a client and server OS?
If you have two PC programs communicating with each other; one being responsible for making a request for a specific program while the other is granting the request of another, this is a relationship specific to a client and server OS. Server OS means "server for certain Operating Systems and the client being the one making a request for a command to be executed by another program."
on Thu, 2011-04-21 11:13
System Center Operations Manager 2007 (SCOM)
Operations Manager is a division of the System Center collection. It is a server program that monitors different sources on that mainframe, counting the Windows task Log, on behalf of definite events or alerts created by the programs carry out on the supervised computer. The earlier one Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 (MOM) is restored by Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007. Both of them are managing tool for IT put up by Microsoft.
on Thu, 2011-04-21 11:11
System Center Configuration Manager
System Center Configuration Manager was usually known as Systems Management Server (SMS) in the last decade. It is a systems management and control software product by Microsoft for managing large groups of Windows-based computer and mobile systems at the same time.
on Thu, 2011-04-21 11:10
Mirror on the wall, which is the best OS of them all!
Markets are flooded with all sorts of hand-held cell phones and gadgets which are really hard to spell, so I’ll try to skip them all together! If you are a mobile phone enthusiast, there must be a time when you’ve asked yourself, which one's the best? Better still, if you’re a geek, you must have asked which one is the best based on the Operating System it uses?
on Thu, 2011-04-21 11:09
Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is a web based processing technology in which shared information, resources and software are made available to computers and other similar devices like Smartphones over the internet, on demand. This allows users to access and use applications without installing them in their own computing devices; thus making it possible for users to get access to their files from any computer as long as it is connected to the internet.
on Wed, 2011-04-20 22:07
Brief Concept on File Transfer Protocol
The quest to satisfy unsophisticated and improved lifestyle has led people to continually built computing machines and later on applied networking for providing simple means in achieving a lesser operational cost, uncomplicated procedures and not time consuming processes. Exchange of data has been significant since it predates the advent of computing machines. A popular and convenient way of data exchange is through computer connections.
on Wed, 2011-04-20 22:03
A Brief Guide about Delete and Recovery of Files
Does ‘Delete’ Really Delete Files?
Have you ever wondered where do the files and folders go when we ‘delete’ them? Actually these files stay where they are. Contrary to popular belief, when you delete a file, it does not really remove the file from the hard disk or move the file to the so called ‘Recycle Bin’ for Windows.
on Wed, 2011-04-20 22:01
Citrix Systems Incis based in Florida in the US. The company was founded by Ed Lacobucci in 1989. The company operates in many countries around the world providing services like desktop virtualization and servers, cloud computing, SaaS (Software as a Service) and networking technologies for greater than 200,000 business organizations in different countries.
on Mon, 2011-04-18 09:41