Linux Server Auditing

  A server is a computer hardware or program which provides services to another computer hardware or program, known as the client (and in turn, to its users). Mostly server ...

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Managing Increased Security Threats

  Information technology is getting updated fast, which is revolutionizing every walk of life. Along with these technological advancements, security threats are also increasing in the arena of cyber world. ...

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Buzzword Talk – ‘Machine Learning’

  We hear the term Machine Learning so often. It has been immensely popular in the cyber world today. Machine learning is the technology which can make computers work without ...

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Data Centers – an overview

Data centers are technical facilities composed of networked computers and storages that are used by organizations to store, manage, disseminate and process large amounts of data. Data centers house even ...

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Buzzword Talk – ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT)

Let’s talk about ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) today. Term IoT has been coined by Kevin Ashton, a British technology pioneer. We can have a clear understanding of IoT through this ...

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Checklists for Outsourcing Technical Support

Outsourcing is the business practice where a company (say company-X) hires another company (say company-Y), to perform certain tasks. These tasks might have been previously executed by the company-X’s employees ...

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Security Threats

In computing, security threats are possibilities of danger that might exploit a vulnerability to breach security, causing damage. The vulnerability is the weakness which allows an attacker to reduce a ...

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AWS vs Azure vs Google vs IBM Cloud, which is the best for me?

Cloud Computing is the delivery of on-demand computing resources (computer power, database storage, applications as well as other IT resources) over the internet. This is achieved by using a network ...

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Docker

Docker is a tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy and run applications using containers. Containers allow a developer to package up an application with all of the ...

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Container based and Kubernetes based PaaS

Containers have everything needed to run it – code, run-time, system tools, system libraries, and settings. It’s available for both Windows and Linux based applications. Containers are based on operation-level ...

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