Category: Business

Tips ranging from software and strategy to planning and monetization

How Bitcoin Could Save The Internet

Hello reader, By now you have heard of Bitcoin and maybe have an idea about how the cryptocurrency actually works. The actual code used as a wallet changes on every…
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Cyber Security Fact Check

Hello readers, While I consider it bad form to attack the helpless - there are too many myths floating around out there to ignore regarding safe or even useful practices…
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CyberRehab

From The Desk Of Oystein Torsas - Founder @CyberRehab Accountability Is Security Nobody wants less privacy on the internet tomorrow than we have today. If we don’t want government agencies…
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Developing A Security Suite

Hello readers, Recently I've been working alongside the folks at Cyber Rehab developing new software and new methodologies to combat some of the emerging threats in the Norwegian, European, and…
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Eliminating The Right Botnets

Hello readers, Are all botnets bad? Certainly not, there are countless beneficial botnets that do everything from indexing to counter attacking &... other stuff. But certainly there are bad botnets…
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The Merits Of Alternative Operating Systems Like ReactOS

Hello readers, We have just added our interview with the developers of ReactOS to this very article where we'll tackle some serious questions about OS development, addressing the problems that…
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Buying A Better Computer On A Tight Budget

Hello readers, What would you do if you had less than $200 dollars to get your next computer - but you needed it for work? You would start looking online…
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Google Fuchsia And Other RTOS

Hello readers, Recently it was announced that Google was developing an operating system that could (according to some) potentially compete with both; Google Chrome, and Android, which are both largely…
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IBM OS/2 Review

Hello readers, In a recent article we were discussing some of the finer points of Haiku and I referenced IBM's OS/2 Warp 4.52. As promised a bit of history and…
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Haiku Review

Hello readers, In pursuit of unusual operating systems I find myself trying new things constantly. Recently I tried the old IBM OS/2 Warp 4 for example and may feature it…
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Courses In What We Know

Exclusive Courses Available In Any Of Our Topics Contact Via Email Link On Top Bar -- Specify a desired course for price lists. Example: Linux Basics $250.00 - 3 week…
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Mainframes And Cluster Computers

Hello reader, A quick look at the differences between: Cluster Computers Mainframe Computers Workstations PC's A cluster computer is a system that uses many smaller computers in tandem to accomplish…
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The Real Mech Suits

Hello reader, Long gone are the fantasies of childhood for many of us. Among them the daydreams about piloting giant robots into battle, or flying motorcycles... because they aren't just…
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Quantum Computers And Related Technology

Hello reader, If you have even a passive curiosity about technology and have researched quantum computers, chances are you didn't get very far unless you started reading about it quite…
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The Practicality Of General Artificial Intelligence

Hello reader, The more things change In the ancient world man tried to reconcile the notion that we were created beings. The concept of gods or demigods flourished and waned…
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Setting Up A Business Development Bootcamp

Hello reader, Can you list 20 things every business out there struggles with? If so you might be in a unique position to provide a service that solves many business…
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Nater Associates Ltd

A testimonial about the value Felix adds It was 2011 when I first started speaking with Felix. Neither of us knew each other prior in any capacity but we both…
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Linux Office Deployment

Hello reader, New businesses often grapple with office design only after they start doing business on a larger scale. In this article I'll show a quick and comprehensive deployment solution…
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Saving That Mars Project Crew

Hello reader, While reading about the Mars One project I noticed where MIT suggested that the first person expected to die on Mars, would die within the first 68 days.…
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The DIY Renaissance

Hello reader, Through the last decade we have seen an astonishing array of crafters, inventors, developers, and artisans all working towards somewhat similar aims. The culture we live in lends…
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Directing Your Businesses Focus

Hello reader, That title doesn't tell you much about what this article will be about, but undoubtably many of you are looking for ways to improve: sales, customer relations, and…
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Presenting Your Coding Samples

Hello reader, KdenLive offers in video compositing and is available on most Linux distributions for free Recently over at mosaic hub someone asked how to present examples of code for…
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What do people say about us

Hello reader, Among my more cherished testimonials are those presented here. Just a few to remind our potential customers and clients who we are through the eyes of others. Felix…
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Find a Job Or Create A Business

Hello reader, Nothing is certain in life. Some college degrees might guarantee you have a more difficult time moving into new career paths. Or worse, are you doomed from ever…
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What To Look For When Hiring A Developer

Hello reader, Developers come in all shapes and sizes. The type of development you require to get a project done will undoubtably require a skillset that ranges in difficulty from…
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How To Go Completely Overboard In Any Monetized Blog

Hello reader, Lets imagine that, infographics aside, we needed to get a point across in an article about a product or topic that isn't particularly interesting... Some examples might be…
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Windows 10 News & Rumors

Heralded as a beautiful showing by the development team, Windows 10 Tech Preview quickly demonstrates more of what Windows users love about Microsoft's flagship product. At present we are reviewing…
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How Artificial Intelligence Could Become Dangerous

Hello reader, Generally when I think of artificial intelligence I use a bit of skepticism before arriving at the conclusion that the Terminator movies are at best, an  unlikely end…
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Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon

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Handling Difficult Driver Installations In Windows 10 Tech Preview

Hello reader, Windows 10 Tech Preview... A beautiful operating system to say the least. While it can be challenging to get everything running on newer operating systems quickly, it can…
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Microsoft Visual Studios 2013 Community Edition

Microsoft Visual Studios 2013 Community Edition Hello readers, Recently as I drifted back toward programming I found myself tinkering with a variety of development environments. I don't customarily blog about…
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Security For Your Business

As an author, I've had to make an art out of studying things patiently. Whether it's for public speaking, business consultation, software security, or anything else I find myself doing,…
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No One Tool Philosophy

Hello reader, In computers todays we have many options to choose from and some are arguably better than others for different tasks.  Many users have strong preferences and brand loyalty…
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Installing drivers in Windows 10 Tech Preview

Hello reader, Depending on the age of your computer you may find it helpful to install graphics drivers, network drivers, sound drivers, or other drivers depending upon the performance of…
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Windows 10 Technical Preview

Windows 10 Technical Preview Hello reader, While it's no secret that I prefer the Linux operating system, I recently started a series about Windows entitled "Patch or Smash Windows XP"…
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Patch or Smash Windows XP

Hello reader, Be afraid, be very afraid... Since it's inception in August 24th 2001 Microsoft has arguably never had a more popular operating system than Windows XP. Even as I…
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This is what Microsoft’s Nokia-less Lumia phones will look like

After the Nokia France Facebook page tipped Microsoft's branding plans earlier this week, Microsoft made if officially official: The company's future smartphones will be called Microsoft Lumia, dumping the Nokia…
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Elementary OS Review

Hello reader, I found myself reading a bit about Elementary OS and my curiosity piqued... I quickly downloaded the current stable release. Around 4:00 am I decided that I was…
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MosaicHub On The Way To Solutions

Countless business related networking sites have demonstrated a model that emulates Linkdin* which of course seems to be the standard. I have come to the conclusion that MosaicHub* has in…
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Making a Video Tutorial

In this installment I wanted to go over the basic Video Tutorial Techniques that result in a quality tutorial for newcomers. At a minimum you will need: Screencapture Software (Vokoscreen…
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Ustream for quick webcasting

Many businesses have a need to screen cast quick webinars, podcasts, and updates about their services. Ustream offers a fast solution that you can deploy in the next few minutes.…
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Mitigate your Shell Shock risks in environments using bash

 Already being compared to the heartbleed bug last year, many across the internet are lighting up Linux user forums with tests and comments about "Shell Shock" Shell shock is a…
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No Matter What

Examples of racial and religious prejudice have existed since the beginning of recorded history. Often the holy texts of any given culture denounced and advocated the enslavement or eradication of…
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How to use Hootsuite and Tweetdeck to Run a Campaign

  So while I wait for the video tutorial to render and upload it to YouTube... There are some important things to note about using the same links across multiple…
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The Zealots Guide To Computer Security 2013-14

From the author of 18 books comes this detailed guide to network security and focuses on the countermeasures to exploitative hacking. Whether you use Windows, Mac, Linux, or even Solaris…
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Multiseat Linux and Your Business

*Warning* (If you are old enough to remember mainframe computers some of this might cause flashbacks.) So what is Multiseat? Long before there were cloud systems there were seldom more…
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Internet Of Things

To date the biggest question a company could hope to address is how their creation can fit into the landscape of evolving technology... Ladies and gentlemen, the internet of things.…
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Product Blogs and Monetization

In this article we will be focusing on presenting product information, as well as monetized content, i.e. links that can lead to sales, ads, and related images. Before we begin…
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What we can learn from games like Sauerbraten

Similar to the classic old school shooters like Doom, Sauerbraten manages to stay on our list of favorite games. Click the Cube 2 logo to go get the game for…
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Blogging and Social media

Tips for bloggers using social media. One of the ways content became king, was through syndication. People often forget the importance of putting their blogs in front of the "interested…
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