Finding A Top Solution

Globalize businessTo find a top solution, then checking out other peoples thought is the best thing to do. No matter what company you’re intending to go with. It’s always worth listening to see what other third party, unbiased users think of the service you’re intending to sign up to. Like with most things, what the storage solution provider advertises can often be massively different to what you’re really getting. This is fine some of the time but in reality if you’re parting with money for a product or service then you want to get what you’re paying for at least. Cloud storage as a market is full of providers. There are lots of providers like Crashplan, JustCloud and Carbonite to name a few. All appear to offer great solutions and well priced packages but without knowing who people like then you really don’t know who to sign up with.s

how does this whole online storage thing actually work? What exactly is cloud computing and why should you be using it to take a backup. Well, the cloud is just a collection of computers or servers that are interconnected and able to shara resources. In the simplest form, imagine connecting your system to someone else’s. If the other person wasn’t using resources such as processing power or disk space then you could use it. So you’d effectively double your processing and storage space. This in a nutshell is all online data storage is. The cloud is a fancy name, it’s nothing to do with the sky. Think of it as nothing more than an array of servers sharing resources and you’ll be some way to understanding what it is and how you can ultimately make use of it for your own online storage and backup requirements.
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Web Hosting technology

D-Link xStack SeriesIn many peoples minds it may not matter where their site is hosted, as they have no real preference as to the exact location of their host server. In actuality this has a lot of bearing on a number of fronts for you. The location of where your hosting company is will make an impact in your life more than you could imagine.
One way that this can have such an impact, is in the area of price that you will pay for your hosting. This often is able to be seen with the fact that overseas hosting especially in India and Turkey are a lot less as the price for land is a lot less meaning that the money saved on the land to host the building for your servers, can often be passed along to you for the savings that your site will need to spend on a regular occurrence.
Another issue that might need to be looked at, is that of the customer support. There are a number of points that this can bring forth when looking to make an impact in your hosting needs. The most common of these is that of the area of having a person that knows what you are talking about and can resolve any issues that you might have. This is one advantage of the web hosting company being overseas as these countries are always top in the way of customer service and knowledge.
It is on the other hand a little better for a person to use a domestic server in the fact that they have a little more in the way of reliable uptimes, as there are not as many issues that affect a server as when they are overseas. This can be helpful in the fact that you need your site to be up and running on a regular basis.
Taking even just a portion of this information into consideration will be an important part of the decision making process of getting the best outcome from the efforts that are placed into the site on a regular basis. Knowing what to look for and how to go about getting this information, you will see for yourself a number of the advantages that can come from the use of either a domestic server or one that is based locally. This can be just the comparison that you need to make sure that you are getting the needed information to make a wise decision for the host of your site.


A Quick Look at the Asus RT-N56U

AsusA router isn’t something that you upgrade every year especially if you’re just after its very basic function, that is, enable you to connect wirelessly to the internet. However, I decided to upgrade my four-year-old Netgear when I upgraded my connection speed. I reckoned that I would be able to maximize the new speed further if I used a more modern router.
So I shopped around online for a while until I saw one from Asus, called the RT-N56U. At first I thought, what is that thing? No, the router wasn’t ugly. In fact, it was sleek, slim and shiny—everything I never thought a router should or would be. The price tag (about $129.99) was more than I paid for my old router, but I was sold by the looks alone. I clicked the check out button and ordered the beauty.
After the Anticipation, Reality
The router finally arrived several days of giddy anticipation later. But as soon as I took it out of the box, I started to ask myself, did I just buy something based on its looks? You see, I often read extensive reviews of gadgets before buying them, and I’m sure the Asus have tons already since it’s over a year old, but I didn’t.
But there it was, that black, shiny, pretty little thing. A router that didn’t look quite like a router. I connected it to the WAN port, beside which are four LAN ports and two USB ports. Then I turned it on, after which I set up the connection through my browser. The basic set up was quick enough—probably less than five minutes. And just like that, I was up and running and connected.
More Than Just a Beauty
While I didn’t perform lab tests on it, the speed at which I was able to download files and stream videos were definitely faster than my router at the same upgraded connection speed I have. What’s more is that after reading through the manual (I know I should have read it first, but the set up was easy, so…), I discovered that I could also connect my colour laser printer and an external drive to the USB ports, so I could share both wirelessly. I no longer have to walk to my housemate’s room just to share files with him, or worse e-mail it to him as if I lived several blocks away.
It’s embarrassing to admit, but I was a little stumped to discover this feature, as this felt like a massive upgrade from my old router. Not only is the Asus RT-N56U a beautiful router, but it is a speed freak and multi-talented too.
The Verdict on the Asus RT-N56U
So goes my budding love affair with my new router—at least for now. I’m sure that there will still be more surprises for me (good ones I’m sure) the more time I spend using this. But right now, I’m just happy to be surfing faster and have the ability to share my files and my printer to everyone in the house.
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Toshiba revealed the first 13.3-inches Chromebook

Toshiba ChromebookToshiba merged into the ranks of chromebooks manufacturers, mobile computers under the operating system Chrome OS of Google, designed to work primarily with web applications. The Japanese company showed at CES 2014 its first chromebook with a 13.3 inches screen. So far, these devices were typically with 11.6-inch screens. Despite its large display, Toshiba Chromebook retains the standard for other models resolution of 1366×768 pixels.
The device builds on the Intel Celeron processor from generation Haswell, supplemented with 2 GB of memory (RAM) and solid state drive (SSD) with a capacity of 16 GB. Buyers also receive a free 100 GB cloud storage in Google Drive. Toshiba Chromebook has a card reader, wireless adapters Bluetooth 4.0 and Dual-Band Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, a pair of USB 3.0 ports and a full-size HDMI. The Chromebook weighs 1.5 kg and has a thickness of 20 mm. The battery provides up to 9 hours of runtime.
Toshiba Chromebook is expected to hit the market by the middle of February this year an alleged price of 280 USD.


MSI GT60

MSI GT60The Taiwanese manufacturer MSI began selling the world’s first notebook with a display resolution 3K. MSI GT60 model provides a 15.6 -inch screen with a resolution 2880h1620 pixels and 16:9 aspect ratio. MSI GT60 represents the category of gaming machines. Laptop relies on Intel Core i7 processor clocked at 2.7 GHz, supplemented with 16 GB RAM and graphics card Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M.
The configuration includes a hard disk with a capacity of 1 TB and fast SSD drive 128 GB. Available network card class Killer E2200, wireless Wi-Fi adapter Killer N1202, slot for memory cards SDXC, port HDMI 1.4, HD camera, audio Dynaudio Premium Speakers with Subwoofer, three USB 3.0 ports and a backlit keyboard and programmable keys. MSI GT60 is powered by a 9-cell battery, but the manufacturer does not disclose the time of autonomous work. Gaming machine, model 2OD-261US, worth 2,200 USD. For an additional 600 USD buyers will get a more powerful model 2OKWS-278US, which has a performance video card Quadro K3100M and optical drive.


LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition

LG G Pad 8.3Google and LG come together to offer fans another Android device with full KitKat experience. The new tablet LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition is now available for purchase from the online store of Google for the sum of 350 USD – unfortunately, at the moment only in USA. Unlike the standard model, driven by Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, special LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition comes with the operating system Android 4.4 KitKat. The device provides a 8.3-inch IPS capacitive screen with a resolution WUXGA Full HD (1200 x 1920 pixels) and relies on a powerful quad-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 clocked at 1,7 GHz.
For graph corresponds Adreno 320 GPU. There are 2GB of memory (RAM) and 16GB of internal flash memory that can be expanded up to 64GB via microSD cards. On the back is a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and video recording, and the tablet has a second front camera with a resolution of 1.3 megapixels.
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Dell Chromebook 11

Dell Chromebook 11The Texas IT giant Dell will increase competition in the market for computers Chromebook – compact devices under management operating system Chrome OS from Google. The company is expected to announce today the first model in this segment. Chromebook 11 will be directed primarily to schools and later will come and the mass market.
There is currently no information about the parameters of the device. Given its name, it is expected Chromebook to offer 11 -inch screen. Device of the same name offers rival Dell – HP. The Chromebooks are next niche in which the brand manufacturers will clash swords. Acer, HP, Samsung and Lenovo have already proposed devices under management of Chrome OS. Plans segment scheming Asus and Toshiba. Asus, in particular, plans to launch 11 – and 13.3-inch Chromebooks in the price range 199-329 USD. It is assumed that the device will enter the new processors Haswell.
Acer recently launched the first touch Chromebook – C720P model priced at 299 USD. But a small 11-inch Chromebook, HP offer a large 14-inch model for 299 USD.


Tegra Gigabyte Note 7 tablet

Tegra Gigabyte Note 7Earlier this year, Nvidia announced Tegra Note 7 tablet, which the company claims is the fastest 7-inch model on the market, capable of superb gameplay. Nvidia decided to propose the design of third-party tablet that can run it under its own brand. Companies like Zotac, EVGA and Indian XOLO already announced Tegra Note models.
Here that another major manufacturer comes into play. With some delay Taiwanese company announced Gigabyte model Tegra Gigabyte Notes 7. Like the other models, this version has a 7-inch IPS screen with 1280 x 800 pixels and newest chip Nvidia Tegra 4, complemented by 1GB RAM. The device comes with a stylus that allows writing without pressure, thanks to technology DirectStylus. There is also an additional magnetic cover with the possibility of folding as a stand.
Tegra Gigabyte Notes 7 running the operating system Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, it has provided a recent update. The price of the model is not reported.


Apple iPad 3 will have a display with ultra-high resolution

Apple iPad 3The next-generation tablet Apple iPad 3 is expected to end the year. The third-generation iPad tablet will likely display with ultrahigh resolution. Indirect evidence of this is found in the iOS 5 SDK, provides developers.
In micro-blogging network Twitter framework published screens with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. Earlier it was thought that a similar resolution will offer iPad 2.
It is also claimed that Apple will introduce iPad 3 in the fourth quarter of this year, shortly after the appearance of iOS 5.
Increasing competition in the segment will force Apple to put in a multiple intervals new models of its hit product, perhaps twice a year.


First terabyte mSATA SSD for notebooks

Samsung mSATA SSDSamsung announced the world’s first SSD drive mSATA interface and a capacity of 1 terabyte (TB), for incorporation into notebooks. The device consists of four multi-layer modules, each of which has a 16 -chip flash memory with a capacity of 16 GB, implemented on the basis of the 10 nanometer technology.
The company controller technology and Samsung TurboWrite provide performance than 98,000 input-output operations per second mode accidentally reading and 90,000 accidental recording. The speed of sequential read and write operations, respectively, is 540 MB/s and 520 MB/s. The SSD drive is 4 times less 2.5 times thinner and 12 times lighter than similar hard disk format 2.5 inches. The thickness of the model is only 3.85 mm, and weight – 8.5 grams.
The disc is part of the line 840 EVO mSATA SSD. Besides model with a capacity of 1 TB, it includes devices with 120 GB, 250 GB and 500 GB, all supported speed terabyte model. The new SSD will be available by the end of the month, but the price is not yet announced.


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