It isn’t fair, but buying a computer is just plain easier for some than it is for others. Those who’ve purchased and used a computer in the past already have an idea of what they need in a new computer. But those who are new to the computer world could get lost in the myriad … Continue reading “Buying a Computer What To Do And Why”
It isn’t fair, but buying a computer is just plain easier for some than it is for others. Those who’ve purchased and used a computer in the past already have an idea of what they need in a new computer. But those who are new to the computer world could get lost in the myriad of choices available.
The short answer to “What should I buy?” is “The best.” Of course that answer is extremely subjective because “the best” to one person is certainly different to another. Our definition of “the best” is the fastest and the biggest, but even that leaves the computer newbie confused. Here’s a quick rundown of what the computer novice should do and why. Continue reading “Buying a Computer What To Do And Why”
Over recent years, computers have become synonymous with viruses and viruses don’t show any signs of disappearing any time soon. In recent news, LiveScience.com reported that “Before the month is even done, April has set a record for virus e-mails.” In the past, we would be comfortable in telling new computer users not to worry about viruses and that catching a computer virus is rare. Today, that would be some of the worst advice we could give anyone. As reported in countless news reports, computer viruses are rampant and they’re extremely worrisome. This article will describe what viruses are and then point you in the direction of some rather unique protection and prevention. Continue reading “Viruses What They Are And One Reason Why People Make Them”
Do you have a plan to build your office LAN? Or, you want to develop your office LAN into Next Generation Network (NGN)? Building Local Area Network (LAN) for your office need planning, designing, and calculation. If you have made a satisfied planning so it’s time for you to implement your planning. It’s time for you to search cable store that can satisfy your need. With maximum transmision 100 Mbps you can use copper cable category 5 (CAT 5), but if you plan to develop your LAN into 10 Gbps network, you need to deploy higher category of copper such as CAT 6 or CAT 7. Continue reading “Network cable planning and deployment”
As the laptop became more and more portable, the industry had to catch up and do something to make them tougher. Rugged toughbook are a brand of extremely durable mobile computers (laptops) and superb machine that has developed over the years to become the standard for many people looking to take their applications on the road. If you’re going to be working in a place where a waterproof laptop is required, then a rugged toughbook is the thing you need. Continue reading “Panasonic Rugged toughbook”
(SOA) is an architectural style for building enterprise solutions based on services. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is one of the layer to plan and manage all resources involved across an entire organization, embracing finance/accounting, manufacturing, sales and service, customer relationship management, and many more. ERP has strong correlation with other layers like business process, business services, integrated services and operational system.
With technology, distances have grown shorter, and the world has become one large market. The exponential advancements in telecommunications and Web-based technology reduced the virtual travel time between two places to mere seconds. Businesses face an ever-evolving landscape of frequent mergers and acquisitions, competition from parallel and substitute products, and threats from buyers and suppliers. Excelling in this environment requires a comprehensive planning that can accurately read the market’s pulse. A performance measurement system and ERP software that provides feedback for timely response, as well as monitoring and enhancement purposes must exist. Continue reading “ERP in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)”