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Private Branch Exchange or PBX is an enterprise-based system of telephone used as a switch in the local line calls of users within an enterprise. The article explains parts, functions and benefits of PBX.
Video conferencing is a digital communication technology in which the audio and video transmission techniques help individuals to take part in a conference held at a distant location. The article explains the technology and security features of video conferencing.
Voice was the only form of information that traveled through telephone systems, but today many other forms are transmitted. The article explains how telephone systems developed and their basic mechanism.
Intel i7, i5 or i3 processor; 4GB or 8GB RAM; 128GB, 256GB or 512GB SSD; 12.5 inch full HD screen; WiFi, Bluetooth, LTE fourth generation network, USB 3.0, Micro-SD and SIM cards.
There are many questions about how much RAM is needed for a specific computer or usage, this may be for buying a new machine or to upgrade an old one. Whatever the reason, the choice may be easy if you bear in mind these considerations.
The Chromebook 14 body is similar to the Apple Macbook Air; it’s metallic, solid and thin. It has a 14-inch screen able to display graphics in full HD. The screen view angles are large and the color display quality is acceptable.
Network security is about supervision of hardware accessibility. The article explains types of threats to network security and tips to avoid them.
There are two ways to use RAID; a RAID hardware or a RAID software solution. We advise you to choose the first one because of the reasons explained below.
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360 video allows you to move the view right, left, up, or down. Article explains how to record and view them and how to choose a 360 degree video camera.
Many online security investigations indicate that phishing attacks are still the most important tool used by cybercriminals to reach their goals, with an increasing amount of ransom requests. This article gives some of the best practices that help organizations mitigate the risk of such attacks.
Consider these measures to protect your home Wi-Fi: change the name of your home wireless network, choose a strong password, turn off your wireless network when you’re not at home, keep your router software up-to-date, disable remote access, and place your wireless router near the middle of the house.
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