Category Archives: Wi-Fi
Most of the business today are choosing virtualization for Server consolidation, however along with that they get a lot more benefits:
- Reduce power and space requirement in data centres
- Fast application and service provisioning
- Improved manageability
- Business continuity
This clearly explains that the Businesses are focused to do server consolidation and reduction of power and space requirement which is the driving factors even today.
The types of virtualization do we currently have ? as discussed this on my previous post, I am going to compare them today.
According to surveys taken recently we have the following stats.
This clearly explains us that most of the Virtualization technologies are been used today, however still the most popular one is Server virtualization. Never the less this is taken on a different level today to get the Desktop virtualization for the end users companies like Citrix and VMware have got a lot of powerful products for this. Read the rest of this entry
I have a question today?
How fussy are you to which Wi-Fi signal you connect? i.e., connecting to an open or a secure Wi-Fi connection.
As we know that most of the Coffey shops and pubs allow you to use the free Wi-Fi open connections. Do you even think twice before connecting to a open Wi-Fi signal?
Please put some time to understand what is the risk involved in using an open Wi-Fi connection.
I know getting internet connectivity when your out and about will look like a blessing. However all your data and your laptop itself can be compromised by anyone connecting to open Wi-Fi connections.
Some people think that having a Anti-Virus program or an Firewall enabled laptop will keep them safe, what they don’t know is when they setup the connection with an open Wi-Fi connection they have already established a trust relation with that router.
Windows 7 gives warning to the user that its very risky to connect to a Open and un-secure Wi-Fi networks yet most of the people I know still connect anyway.
Moreover I know a couple of friends who bought a wireless router and started using it without setting up of security key or changing the default admin password. Read the rest of this entry