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Jun 9, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
A digital data logger is an electronic device that measures and records various environmental conditions. These conditions can be temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage, or current. Measuring them is essential in many industries where compliance regulations exist. A chart recorder is essentially an old-school version of the digital data logger. Instead of using a microprocessor for storage, a chart recorder marks the measurements on a paper chart that shows variations in the values recorded at a glance. In this article, we will take a closer look at each and compare the two.
Jun 2, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
When you grow tired of your chosen starter operating system, you might feel that you need to wait until the next laptop generations come out to make your change. However, you can change the operating system which is already on your computer.
Jun 2, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
Ubuntu is preferred by many people who know their tech and love coding and tinkering with different projects, but one of its drawbacks is that common software on Windows or MacOS might not be available for Linux. The good news is that there are many brilliant site builders for Linux; just because it can be harder to get big-name software support on Ubuntu doesn't mean you can't make an excellent website.
May 26, 2021   |  By HKM
Working remotely is an increasingly growing trend in the current work environment, where employees can sign in from anywhere. While some companies consider remote work regularly, others have completely adopted this working model, especially following the recent coronavirus pandemic. Regardless, businesses should develop legal work from home policies that streamline this new working method.
May 25, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
Cryptography is an essential act of hiding information in transit to ensure that only the receiver can view it. IT experts achieve this by encoding information before sending out and decoding it on the receiver's end. Using an algorithm, IT experts can encrypt information using either symmetric or asymmetric encryption. However, like any other computer system, attackers can launch attacks on cryptosystems.
Mar 2, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
During the first months of the last year, Zoom was a little known video conferencing platform with a few million users. However, the spread of Coronavirus across the globe forced businesses and organizations to make changes in their working models. Among them was adopting remote working practices, fostered by several communication and collaboration tools. This is where Zoom's popularity surged, with remote workers using the tool to conduct virtual meetings. However, the explosive popularity of Zoom created several cybersecurity ramifications. The unexpected growth exposed the platform to various security faults, vulnerabilities, and hackers. That said, below are some of the best practices to keep your Zoom meetings secure.
Feb 19, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
Cloud has become an integral part of modern businesses as extra resources keep moving towards it. Budgeting cloud expenses has come into focus with its massive expenditure in IT. Azure usage optimization entails several modes through which an organization can save on costs. Let's look into ten ways to save on Azure.
Feb 16, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
The Internet is a massive space. Seven days a week, millions of web sites, files, and servers run 24 hours a day. Even so, it is just the tip of the iceberg that we surf and the visible websites that can be accessed using search engines such as Google and Yahoo. The Deep Web, which makes up approximately 90 percent of all websites, is underneath the ground. This hidden network is so massive that it is difficult to figure out at any given time how many pages or sites are currently involved.
Feb 8, 2021   |  By Chester Avey
2020 was an extremely challenging year for businesses in every industry and in every country across the world. Even those organisations that were able to find a way to continue to operate successfully through the pandemic found that their ways of working were impacted - often negatively - by Covid-19.
Feb 3, 2021   |  By OpsMatters
There is a prevalent misconception that, compared to larger banks, midsized financial institutions are less vulnerable to money laundering and other financial crimes. Given their ubiquity, though, such a conclusion can only be described as hasty at best. In fact, institutions with USD 1 billion to USD 10 billion in assets make up 97 percent of the total number of banks in the United States.

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