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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Rocky Ramsey 
 
 Article Title :: Postal Service Wants 5 Cents an Email
 
Postal Service Wants 5 Cents an Email by: Rocky Ramsey You may have received an email about how the US Postal Service is trying to push through a bill that would allow them to charge 5 cents per email. I can understand why people would think that it's true. The Postal Service had nothing to do with the email being sent and they aren't going to give you anything for the 5 cents. Sure sounds like a government agency. The email is a hoax. What's amazing to me is that it started in 1999 and is still making its way around the Internet. If you haven't seen the email, you can see an example of the email and more information about it on the Urban Legends Reference Page (http://www  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Seamus Dolly 
 
 Article Title :: Alien Intruders!
 
Alien Intruders! by: Seamus Dolly You probably didn't casually invite, or extend a formal attendance request to, these undesirables known as viruses. Regardless of your opinions, such cyber-nomads may call on you, complete and active, with their destructive payloads. So what is a virus? A virus is a program that can self replicate or reproduce itself. These programmable pirates have a special talent for attaching themselves to executable programmes. When such programmes are executed (often by you, but not always), so is the virus. They don't necessarily have an ".exe" file extension and are relative masters of disguise. Extensions can be doubled-up to create an optical illusion or opti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Seamus Dolly 
 
 Article Title :: Easy to Execute!
 
Easy to Execute! by: Seamus Dolly Plug and play equipment or hardware solves the problem of driver installation, re-starting routines, and generally speaking, “hassle”, for those who are not technically proficient. If your computer supports “Plug and Play”, then, as the name suggests, you simply plug it in and play. For people who are “word perfect”, plug and play might sound somewhat misleading. Peripherals, such as your mouse, keyboard, monitors, scanners, network adaptors, or printers are included in this. This long awaited technology is made possible via your U.S.B. port. U.S.B. is an abbreviation for UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS. Using this port, your computer detects such per  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Lee Traupel 
 
 Article Title :: Finally - New Spam Prevention Product That Works!
 
Finally - New Spam Prevention Product That Works! by: Lee Traupel Businesses and consumers are drowning in a never-ending deluge of Spam (junk mail) - according to reports just released by Quris, Inc. Spam has increased 450% from June of 2001 to now. Furthermore, 70% of respondents indicated they are receiving so much e-mail in the form of Spam that it's negating their acceptance and responsiveness to legitimate opt-in e-mail messages (permission based). The average business user is forced to spend 20-30 minutes a day wading through Spam clogged e-mail in-box es trying to separate legitimate e-mail from the junk in order to delete the latter. Many companies have tried to offer Spam s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Seema Kannan 
 
 Article Title :: CCNA 640-801 Certification Primer
 
CCNA 640-801 Certification Primer by: Seema Kannan The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certification is meant for career enhancement as well as gaining knowledge of the LAN/WAN technologies currently available for implementation. Hence, CCNA Certification can be obtained by IT professionals who have been a part of the industry for a considerable time and are interested in furthering their career in terms of role enhancement and salary. Individuals who are beginning their career and want to move towards LAN/WAN management may also pursue the certification, as it is a basic level certification and there are no prerequisites. Details About CCNA Certification The CCNA Certificatio  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Stephen Bucaro 
 
 Article Title :: Kill The Messenger (Service)
 
Kill The Messenger (Service) by: Stephen Bucaro You are familiar with the software applications that you run on your computer, but you may not be familiar with the dozens of programs running in the background on your computer. These programs, called "services" handle tasks like event logging, spooling files to the printer, and networking. One of these services, the Messenger Service, can be reconnoitered by spammers. The original purpose of the Messenger Service was to allow system administrators to send a message to some or all of the users on a network. The message appears in a popup window to alert the users. Messenger Service is not instant-messaging. It does not allow the users to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Kevin Hinton 
 
 Article Title :: Understanding Dot Pitch
 
Understanding Dot Pitch by: Kevin Hinton Looking for a monitor and want a better understanding of all the options available? Well in this article we will explore the Dot Pitch. Dot Pitch is a measurement of the smallest visual component on the display (a Dot). At the highest resolution (more on this in the next article) each pixel will equal the one Dot, at lower resolutions a pixel will encompass more than one Dot. The Dot pitch is measured in millimeters, with the measurements ranging from .30mm to .15mm. The smaller the Dot pitch is the sharper the image will be and the higher the resolution you will be able to set. For more information of monitors visit: http://www.cheap-compute  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: www.SemSim.com 
 
 Article Title :: Cisco Certification: The Cisco Three-Layered Hiera
 
Cisco Certification: The Cisco Three-Layered Hierarchical Model by: www.SemSim.com Cisco has defined a hierarchical model known as the hierarchical internetworking model. This model simplifies the task of building a reliable, scalable, and less expensive hierarchical internetwork because rather than focusing on packet construction, it focuses on the three functional areas, or layers, of your network: Core layer: This layer is considered the backbone of the network and includes the high-end switches and high-speed cables such as fiber cables. This layer of the network does not route traffic at the LAN. In addition, no packet manipulation is done by devices in this layer. Rather, this lay  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: www.SemSim.com 
 
 Article Title :: Cisco Certification: Cabling Cisco Devices
 
Cisco Certification: Cabling Cisco Devices by: www.SemSim.com Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) is a cable that has four pairs of wires twisted inside it to eliminate electrical interference. UTP cables are connected using RJ-45 connectors that have eight connector pins. The data equipment that is used for internetworking is classified as Data Terminal Equipment (DTE e.g. router interfaces) and Data Communication Equipment (DCE e.g. A WAN connects DTEs through DCE network). UTP cables are used in many configurations and for different purposes, to form an internetwork including: Straight-through Crossover Rollover Applications of UTP include: Serial transmission Integrated Service Digi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: www.SemSim.com 
 
 Article Title :: Cisco Certification: Selecting Cisco Products
 
Cisco Certification: Selecting Cisco Products by: www.SemSim.com You must understand the business requirements of the network before buying a product. Based on the requirements, you can select the appropriate Cisco products. Today, WAN technologies most often take advantage of high-speed connections, such as T-1 and E-1. Additional WAN technologies exist, including Frame Relay, ISDN, and dial-up asynchronous connections. ISDN or dial-up is used if infrequent connection is made. If a connection is used for more than two to four hours, you should use a Frame Relay or a leased line.Based on the different services available through the service provider, you can select Cisco products that ca  (read full article)
 
 
 
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