Dell Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise ESSE Review

Dell Endpoint Security Suite (ESSE and ESS) looks like a fantastic product I was very excited to play with it.  ESSE should not be confused with your ordinary security tools, or perhaps it should, because it includes most of them. Dell ESSE provides: An awesome encryption suite that includes everything from Full Disk Encryption to Bit Locker management and ‘removable media’ encryption.  As a differentiator, ESS offers Policy Based Encryption so you can apply encryption only…

How Electronic Gambling Is An Increasingly Legitimate Business

Over time, electronic gambling has been becoming an increasingly popular market and many people have been signing up to these sites rather than visiting an real casino. This increase in popularity, over time, has made electronic gambling a lot more of a legitimate business. Here, we are going to discuss some of the ways that this business has been very profitable for many people. Keep reading to find out more. Mobile Gaming Online gambling has…

Where Does Live Streaming Go from Here – Can it get Even Bigger?

Live streaming has taken the world by storm in recent years and is being used for a variety of purposes, from social media to gaming. While live news is not really a phenomenon, the ability to access it from anywhere is. And this is something that has only come about thanks to increased internet speeds and advanced mobile technology. As developers work out ways to integrate live streaming into more things, this way of viewing looks…

VIDEO: 4K TV Is Stupid?

Well, a lot of readers will ask; what is 4K, or as it is sometimes refered to QFHD (Quad Full High Definition)?   Put simply “4K” is 4000 pixels x 2160 pixels.  So if I have a TV that is 1920×1080 (so called 1080P) now, why would I want twice that number of pixels?  The answer is, unless you have a massive (and I mean >55″ screen), you don’t. This excellent article from CNET, does the math (yes, real…

2011 Marks the 40th Anniversary of the Computer Virus – A Brief History of Virus

2011 marks the 40th anniversary of Creeper, the world’s first computer virus. From Creeper to Stuxnet, the last four decades saw the number of malware instances boom from 1,300 in 1990, to 50,000 in 2000, to over 200 million in 2010. Besides sheer quantity, viruses, which were originally used as academic proof of concepts, quickly turned into geek pranks, then evolved into cybercriminal tools. By 2005, the virus scene had been monetized, and virtually all…

NetFlix Now Using 25% of Internet Traffic at Peak Times

This 4 minute X3 video discusses Qualcomm and Android replacing Intel and Windows (which is not actually going to happen any time soon) and more interestingly that NetFlix is now consuming 25% of North American internet bandwidth during peak TV watching hours in the early evening.

Windows Vista, 7 & Office 2007 Training Videos

by Ian Matthews  December 28, 2008    Last Updated December 29, 2008 I created the following two courses for some of my clients in 2007 and revised them in 2008 and recently decided to make them available for free.  Note that I am not a professional trainer although I have provided dozens of semi-formal “lunch and learn” type courses since the mid-1990’s. All of these videos are larger than 100MB and in 1024×768 resolution, although I…

Windows Vista Tips, Tricks & Facts

by Ian Matthews Written May 23, 2007  Last Updated May 23, 2007 The purpose of this article is to provide a 20 minute guide to Windows Vista’s new features and functions.  There is a lot to learn so we also have three other articles you may want to read: Windows Vista Must Have Addon’s Windows Vista Corporate & Advanced User Facts & Tips Windows Vista User Access Control Explained Hardware Requirements:  Any PC with an…