Though the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has yet to classify the current economic slump as a “recession,” most commentators would agree that the economy is heading in that direction. Martin Feldstein, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, recently noted that, “we have been sliding into recession [and]…I think it could go on longer… Continue reading Recession – Past, Present, And Politics
What can be more frustrating for a network administrator than inability to access a computer when needed? You planned to run tests or install latest updates on the desktop of that guy from the marketing team, who’s sent you three reminders today regarding the problems with his computer, but then he turned it off before… Continue reading How to Setup and Use Wake-On-LAN Across a Company Network?
LAN(s) or Local Area Networks are the small-sized sets of connections to which various users of home and office computers primarily connect. LAN networks facilitate the sharing of printers, drives and files at the same time regulating interchange to and from the internet. 5minutecrafts Despite the fact that “Wi-Fi” connections are becoming so prevalent, the… Continue reading Facts About LAN Cables and Connectors
Networks form a very essential part of the computer world. LAN is a technology used to connect a computer to a network. To make networking life easier and more effective, LAN racks are used. They are very efficient and flexible. LAN server racks are suitable for keyboard trays, drawers, power strips, and many other items.… Continue reading LAN Server Racks
Wireless today has become a standard interface in every laptop and in most cases it connects automatically to the nearest Access Point it discovers. Most organizations provide unsecured Wireless connectivity to public networks like the internet for their guests through local Wireless Access Points that works in stand alone mode and disconnected completely from organization… Continue reading Disable Wireless When Connected to LAN
LAN: o LAN is the abbreviation form, Local Area Network. Triboz-rio o If two or more computers and peripheral devices are connected within a small area like a room, office, or a campus, is called LAN. That is the group of computers in a LAN that share a common connection. o The data transmission speed… Continue reading What Is the Difference Between LAN, WAN, and MAN Networks?
LAN cables are the Ethernet transmission media connecting network devices in the computer network environment. A well-designed computer network cabling can be a critical task of making a LAN network more manageable and available. High speed LANs are required in order to provide the scalable bandwidth necessary to support current and future network applications and… Continue reading The Minimum and the Recommended Requirements in Deploying LAN Cabling
The first question you need to answer when determining whether or not wireless LAN is a must-have for your company is, “What is wireless LAN?” Wireless LAN, also known as WLAN, stands for a wireless local area network that links two or more enabled devices over-the-air and allows for Internet connectivity. In doing so, the… Continue reading Three Question Guide: Does My Company Need Wireless LAN?
One and a half hours is my usual commute time to my current work place. It takes forty-five miles to get there. During winter storm it takes much, much longer… I certainly have enough time to listen to the Boston Public Radio (WBUR station), and my thoughts usually start with “WHY are we all sitting… Continue reading How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems
One of the first things to keep in mind is that an economic system is not a money system. A money system is part of the economic system, but economy is so much more. An economy is about how the resources of a world are exploited and how the wealth created by that exploitation is… Continue reading Technofiction Writing Tips – Part 4 of 4 – Building Believable Economic and Political Systems