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Opportunities & Future Scope of MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Certification

Windows server 2012 has a graphical user interface based on Metro Design language and a new server manager. Windows Server 2012 R2 is the primary organ of Microsoft’s Cloud Platform vision which brings Microsoft’s experience of delivering global-scale cloud services into one’s infrastructure with new enhanced features in virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure, networking, management, storage, access, information protection, the web and application platform, and more. The Windows Server training is aimed at providing an individual with the major details of Windows Server 2012 which covers seven modules […]

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Automatic Gates: Pros and Cons

Why are automatic gates important? The popularity of living within a gated community is increasing but why? Are people concerned with status or safety? Automatic gates are gates that open and close without the assistance of a person when the conditions are presented and fulfilled. For instance, in Oscoda where we vacation we have an automatic slide gate. In order to exit or enter the facility we must press in a code, a different number for each resident. We enter this code into a small access control […]

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The Importance of Educational Software in Educational Institutes

Internet has expanded its dimensions like anything. The incredible expansion of the web world along with its easy and affordability of integrated technology have come together to create a new learning methodology of Educational Software. Nowadays, the task of carrying out educational projects and disseminating education is not at all futuristic or alien. This have not only become an important part of the educational setup but also of the business world. The facility to link with the internet in a reasonably priced and competent manner was the […]

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Best Practices in QTP Automation

Start your automation work only when AUT (Application Under Test) is stable. i-e You should have completed initial round of manual testing before starting QTP automation task. Use reusable actions wherever possible. Don’t copy and paste checkpoints when you wish to check same thing in more than one places. Instead, create separate checkpoints. Because manipulating checkpoints in QTP is not feasible or it will be difficult. Open browser/application after opening QTP. Your vbscript functions should not have any hard coded object names, the name of the objects […]

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Turn a Physical Linux or Windows Machine Into A Virtual Machine for Free

We will be focusing on creating this masterpiece in the Windows environment, but don’t worry the same principles can be used in any operating system that can run Virtual Box. List of Software and Hardware needed: Software: -Virtual Box and Extension Pack -Windows 7 or higher PC or most any Linux Distro -Redo Backup and Recovery ISO -YUMI installer Hardware: -USB flash drive -USB hard drive The overall benefits of performing this procedure is three fold. One, cost savings on power, climate control and space required will […]

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How to Deal With a Sluggish Toshiba Mini Notebook NB300

A slow laptop is one of the major issues faced by majority of laptop users worldwide. A slow laptop hampers your productivity by consuming more time to finish work. It is also irritating when it makes you wait longer than usual for an application to open. However, Toshiba Mini Notebook NB300 is a standard laptop and possesses attractive features but it not immune from speed issues. There are numerous causes of a slow laptop and some of them can be addressed with a bit of awareness and […]

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What Does ADT Stand For Anyway?

One of those timeless questions, such as why do kamikaze pilots wear helmets, or is there really ever a day when mattresses aren’t on sale? I recently noticed that the question, what does ADT stand for? receives approximately 92 queries a day on the Google search engine, so I thought it might be a great opportunity to stop and give a little history about ADT…let’s get this started! Back in the year 1874, a small security company started up known as American District Telegraph (ADT) which consisted […]

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Accounting With the Lights Out

Accounts Payable would be easy if it wasn’t for all the paper, as anyone who works in the area will tell you. Paper-based, manual accounting systems have been the bugbear of corporate AP departments for decades. Even the most rigorously organised AP system has plenty of opportunities for problems, including lost or misplaced invoices; incorrect manual data entry; time lost sorting and filing paper, or trying to locate matching purchase orders. All of which leads to slow processing, which can impact directly on the organisation’s financial reputation […]

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The Silo Effect In Software Testing

People may not know what the silo effect actually means. But everything is simple. The silo is the situation when somebody’s opinion, idea and plan are limited by the existing prejudices and experience of other people. The employees of software testing company, as well as the specialists of other companies not connected with IT sphere, perform their duties in silos. This is rather complicated notion, and it should be regarded more precisely. What Are the Silo Types? A formal silo. In every company, there are the groups […]

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Emerging Technologies in Supply Chain Management

The Internet has an enormous impact on how people communicate, shop, and work. This technology has also created changes in how companies conduct business in the 21st century. One of the areas of business that is likely to see tremendous change in the coming years is supply-chain management. By harnessing the power of the Internet, supply-chain management will continue to evolve in ways that will enable enterprises to change the way they manage inventory, place orders with suppliers, and communicate critical information with each other. While some […]

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