100+ Software and Applications Supporting Cloud Computing
Top 100 applications for cloud There are a wide variety of software that support Cloud Computing in different fields of life mainly covering areas like accounting, business process management, cloud desktop, customer relationship management – CRM, document management systems – DMS, e-mail marketing, enterprise resource planning – ERP, human resource management – HRM, investment tracking & management, project management, school management and many more others.
Following are the top 100 software that offer cloud computing support:Read more
Exchange 2010 Security
State-of-the-art won't do, even the most advanced version of Exchange Server. Security is inevitably a circumstantial matter, and you'll always have to tailor things to a custom specification. Naturally, you'll inadvertently annoy your users, since securing attack surfaces is the corollary of taking away things people used to take for granted. Access to services might be disrupted, and features are no longer as easy to reach as before.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
Amazon provides a real time virtual computing environment to use any application for business subscribers.
A subscriber needs to create an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) which contains the operating system, libraries, data, application programs and configuration settings.
A quick guide to DLLs and device drivers
Some of the terminology in computer hardware and operating systems can be a bit confusing. In particular what makes certain components talk to other programs and where things are stored? This is a quick guide to DLLs and device drivers.
Cloud Computing System and Its Layers
Cloud computing system stunned the world with its introduction. From day one, businesses around the world have shown interest in the functionally and the systematic engineering of this system. However cloud computing has ever been challenged by its reliability, security and pricing issues.Read more
LCS 2005 versus OCS 2007
In most enterprises the real time communications and instant messaging (IM) became important communications tools since late 1990's. But in many enterprises the implementation of these systems has taken place in a disorganized fashion.
Chalk it up to human nature, but all part of the job when you are running servers. Political scientists put it nicely when they ask, "Where and when does who gets what?" Who's logged onto which computer? Which resources are they requesting?
Of course, we know there are all sorts of logging and auditing tools lying around. The problem doesn't lie in accessing the information, but rather picking out the useful bits. If you run a high-security environment, for example, you will have to figure out how to track access to specific resources. Essentially, an audit is a systematic approach to the question of "who got what?"Read more
How to migrate from Exchange 2003 to 2010
Sometimes all the planning in the world won't do. You know very well that Exchange Server 2003 is simply crumbling away in the face of demands in the late nineties. So you take a look at 2007, and then decide to wait for the first Service Pack, which popped out a little bit sooner than you'd expected. Before you know it 2010 is out, and you've made all these plans for migration.
BitLocker Drive Encryption
Microsoft Windows 7 has brought many new features in regards to user interaction and system security. One of the core features is BitLocker driver encryption tool that allows users to encrypt all the data in partitions or volumes.
BitLocker was first introduced with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 and its successful application has made it to be a part of latest Microsoft operating system i.e. Windows 7. The BitLocker in Windows 7, however, has a new addition as it enables users to encrypt the removable drives as well. BitLocker encryption uses three authentication mechanisms for the encryption of the data.Read more