Disabling BitLocker To Go: How to Turn Off BitLocker and Decrypt Files

Disabling BitLocker To Go: How to Turn Off BitLocker and Decrypt Files

    BitLocker To Go encrypts removable drives with AES 128-bit (or optionally AES 256-bit) encryption, so your data is protected from unauthorized users. This gives you peace of mind when traveling between Windows 7 or Windows 8 computers, but it complicates matters in earlier versions of Windows.

    Windows XP and Vista can access BitLocker-encrypted drives using the BitLocker To Go Reader. Continue reading Disabling BitLocker To Go: How to Turn Off BitLocker and Decrypt Files

P2090 – 046 Most Current Certification Exam Offered By IBM Mastery Test

P2090-046 IBM InfoSphere Business Information Exchange Technical Mastery Test v1 is a proctored exam delivered by IBM Mastery Test. This certification exam is consists on different types of multiple choice questions and answers, which are from some specified and selected topics and objectives. This exam is taken through Pearson VUE, and candidates should have to register online before appearing in the exam. Total number of these questions and answers are 59. Continue reading P2090 – 046 Most Current Certification Exam Offered By IBM Mastery Test

Good Example Projects Using Embedded Linux

Good Example Projects Using Embedded Linux

      To fully appreciate the good example projects using embedded Linux mentioned here, it is important that you understand the details about what embedded software is today. The easiest way to describe embedded software is to say that embedded software is the software which is supplied with electronic hardware like consumer electronics or a component such as a computer graphics card. Continue reading Good Example Projects Using Embedded Linux

Google versus the Spanish Data Protection Agency

    Case C-131/12

      What happened to Mr. Mario Costeja Gonzalez could have happened to any of us. The location was Spain. The time 1998. Mr. Gonzalez lost his home due to outstanding social security debts. A local Spanish newspaper published a listing of properties including Mr. Gonzalezs property – that were up for auction. Certainly not newsworthy.

    Flash forward to 2009 when Mr. Continue reading Google versus the Spanish Data Protection Agency

How to Prevent a Denial of Service Attack

How to Prevent a Denial of Service Attack

    What Is a Denial of Service Attack?

    A Denial of Service (DoS) Attack is an attack that interrupts network availability when users require its service. It is an attack that is launched   against network servers. Such an attack can be intentional (a malicious act) to deliberately shut down a network and prevent users from access to the resources they need, or accidental (when the hardware or software fails). Continue reading How to Prevent a Denial of Service Attack

The Nuts and Bolts of Android Development

The Nuts and Bolts of Android Development

I always hear the same question asked in several ways. “Can I actually learn how to produce apps for Android?” “How hard is it to study Android programming?” “Where should I go to learn Android programming?” “I just bought a new Android device, and I feel so inspired! I have an idea for a new application, but where do I begin?”

Mobile application development is really hot these days, and Android is now out in front of the rest in the mobile app world. Continue reading The Nuts and Bolts of Android Development

Hire Professional RoR Developers to Achieve the Success That You Need in This Industry

Hire Professional RoR Developers to Achieve the Success That You Need in This Industry

Given the economic turmoil in today’s market, many are seeking alternatives in which they can get good returns off of their investment. Companies, firms and freelancers now turn to web application development mainly because of its popularity towards a larger audience and you only need minimal promotion since majority of the users and clients are constantly seeking for new applications and smart web solutions. Continue reading Hire Professional RoR Developers to Achieve the Success That You Need in This Industry

Question Commonly Asked by Our Clients – “What Is CSS?”

Question Commonly Asked by Our Clients -

It wasn’t so long ago that the web was plotted out like an IRS 1040 form, cowering under oppressive and convoluted layers of nasty nested tables, whacked out fonts, and cray-zee in line styles. The pages were dull, heavy to load and drove some web designers into a state of complete madness. That was back in the bad ol’ 56k days. Continue reading Question Commonly Asked by Our Clients – “What Is CSS?”