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Computer Training New York

Computers becoming the necessity for the today's growing world. So the person should need to be friendly with the computer and its programme. Even though now days it has become a regular and important subject in curriculum in schools and colleges, but still some major programmes need a professional training to be performed on computers in the...
Dec 23, 2014 |

Methods of Industrial Computing

The requirements of an industrial PC are a lot different to that of the needs for an office computer. The needs of an industrial computer will also vary dramatically depending on the industry itself. Computers used in food manufacture may have to be waterproof and intrinsically sealed to prevent explosions in potentially explosive and dusty...
Dec 23, 2014 |

Looking Under the Hood of the High Performance Computing Industry

High Performance Computing (HPC) aggregates computing power to solve complex problems too large for standalone desktop or server computers. To manage such data-intensive requirements, HPC activity typically uses a high density footprint in a data center to handle multiple processors connected together in a very tight network. This solution far...
Dec 23, 2014 |

Different Types of Computers..

Computers have revolutionized all types of industries. They have proved to be a boon to mankind. What are the different types of computers? To know about them, read on.A computer is one of the most brilliant inventions of mankind. Thanks to computer technology, we have been able to achieve storage and processing of huge amounts of data. We can rest...
Dec 23, 2014 |

Computing Technology Industry Association

Dedicated to advancing the growth of the information technology industry and those working within it.
May 5, 2016 |

In the heartland, a David and Goliath battle over a pipeline

On Art and Helen Tanderup’s small farm, the land is something else. Helen grew up here, in the two-story farmhouse that she and her husband got when her mother passed away. “I don’t want... Read More

Driven from US shores, neo-Nazi website finds no haven in Russia either

Russian critics have long worried about the propensity of the country’s communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor (RKZ), to cast an overly wide net in censoring “extremist” content on the internet.... Read More

Fallout from modern protests: naming and shaming online

When hundreds of white supremacists rallied in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend in their largest public appearance in decades, it put faces to ideologies that have become increasingly... Read More