Hard disk-drives (HDD) and manufacturers

Since it was introduced in 1956 by IBM, hard disk-drives have come a long way increasing data storage capacity, efficiency, size and access. They are called by many names; hard drive, disk drive and hard disk. It is a disc that rotates at a high speed that is coated with magnetic material that stores data […]

Best locations for mega data centers

Cooler climate of the Finland, northern Sweden, and Iceland are competing with one another to attract computer industry behemoths for data storage. In addition to their cooler climate, some countries rub on their use of renewable energy sources or geothermal energy use. Google has converted a former paper mill near Helsinki, Finland to a data […]

Will the tablet replace PC?

The Apple’s new iPad sold three million units within the first weekend of its release. Apple also expects to generate $38 billion in revenue in 2012 from iPad sales alone according to some Wall Street analysts. Apple alone sold 15.4 million iPads during the fourth quarter of 2011 which is more than the number of […]

How to Keep Employee Time

Written by: Allied Time Your employees are your most valuable asset, but their time is theirs. That’s why it’s important to both parties that a business accurately track an employee’s time and attendance. It can help the employer spot weak spots in the staffing ahead of time, and it’s good the employee too. Time cards […]

Use a Data Center to Grow Your Business

By Rack Alley No matter what your hopes are for your business, they probably involve growth that will bring in more money. If that’s the case, you’re in luck. Modern options like data centers can provide you with the opportunity to let your company reach its potential, without adding exorbitant costs to your overhead. Server […]

One Piece of Tech Every Company Needs

By Allied Time If you’re running a business with a good number of employees, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about how you could better utilize them. If you don’t, your competitors certainly are. But this can be harder than it sounds because so many options to exist to do this—the choices can […]

Will the local storage of data a solution for espionage?

Edward Snowden left the country with enormous amount of secrets that were collected by the US government and now residing in Russia on a temporary asylum. The leaks of National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance and its tactics by one time contract worker, Edward Snowden has created big concerns over data collection by services such as […]

Terminal Server Desktops and Accountability

By RDPSoft Company Many companies use terminal server desktops these days to get more from their databases. Terminal serve desktops allow more employees access to the centralized point of information, the result being that you get more from each employee and you don’t have to spread information around in less secure ways like email. There […]

Bullying Books Empower Students, Parents and School Personnel

New book helps educators and parents deal with bullying Nancy Willard has been writing and speaking about cyberbullying since practically before the term was coined. But, like most cyberbullying experts, she knows that cyberbullying — for the most part — is bullying. View post: Bullying Books Empower Students, Parents and School Personnel  Read More →

Disney unveils first clip from ‘Star Wars: Rebels’ animated series

It's nearly time to get your animated Star Wars fix. The new original animated series Star Wars: Rebels will premiere this fall with a one-hour special on Disney XD, and now we're getting our first real look at the show. Executive Producer Dave Filoni and actress Vanessa Marshall, who voices rebel leader Hera in the clip, revealed the brief scene yesterday during a panel at WonderCon in... [Read more]

Gadget Rewind 2006: Lego Mindstorms NXT

It's our 10th birthday, and to celebrate we'll be revisiting some of the key devices of the last decade. So please be kind, rewind. Originally posted here: Gadget Rewind 2006: Lego Mindstorms NXT  Read More →

Obamacare enrollees urged to change passwords over Heartbleed bug

By Chris Francescani NEW YORK (Reuters) – Americans with accounts on President Barack Obama's health insurance enrollment website,, were advised that their passwords had been reset to guard against the “Heartbleed” bug, in a message posted on the site on Saturday. The warning marks the latest fallout from the widespread security bug, which surfaced this month... [Read more]

Mt. Gox CEO won’t appear in U.S. for questions about bankruptcy case

Mark Karpeles, the chief executive of Mt. Gox, said he would not come to the United States to answer questions about the Japanese bitcoin exchange’s U.S. View post:  Mt. Gox CEO won’t appear in U.S. for questions about bankruptcy case  Read More →