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Your employees are hard workers…sometimes. Other times, they’re not so hot, they slack off, hit up Facebook, work on personal projects, all sorts of things, and all on the company’s time and dime. Now any business manager knows that time is money, and every minute wasted by an employee has a direct negative impact on the company’s bottom line. But how prevalent is “slacking off” at work really? Well a 2012 survey done by Salary.com showed employees self-reporting that 64% of them visited non-work related websites daily while...

Before going all out to know and learn about Baidu, it is very important to spare some time and shed some thoughts on the concerned gamut, cybernetic market and customer base that lead to this context. It acts a valuable backdrop to the fact that the famous Chinese search engine called Baidu is trying to step up the velocity of its ingrained learning mechanism by incorporating programmable gate arrays in the set field. You call them FPGAs. The primary aim is to accelerate the performance and standard of its deep, distinct learning models...

Posted on Apr 12 2015 - 7:06pm by Admin
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When you are learning the ins and outs of a Windows network you will find that there is a lot to learn.  There are many things to learn about how to keep your folders secure when sharing, how to have a secure password, how to use WiFi correctly to be sure your VPN connections are secure and many more other items.  By reading below you will find out the best methods to keep your computer and your files safe. ...

Posted on Oct 11 2014 - 1:28pm by Admin
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There always seems to be a myth going around about something and often times the myths are very far from the truth. This is the same in the cyber world. There are cyber myths that are just not true and they need to be corrected and completely erased. The security of the cyber world is always changing so the roots of these myths may have started a long time ago but this article will help to correct everyone’s thinking when it comes to what is correct and what is not correct. ...

Many people in the world of computers think that if you use a computer that you should learn how to code. Of course the argument is that if you are someone who writes, markets or any other type of career why would you need to learn how to code. It is a growing concern that many people do not know how to code and it is affecting the careers. Even if you know a little about HTML and CSS you can stretch your career farther than what you thought you could. This article will show you several ways on how you can benefit from having just a little...