Protect Your Assets With Optical Isolators and Surge Protectors

Posted on June 26, 2016 By

The world of data communication is busy, even noisy. Industrial communication systems, such as balanced RS-485 / RS-422, often require transmission between multiple devices over long distances. While having many devices communicating with each other on the same twisted-pair cable is robust and cost-effective, it also introduces two major challenges: Because of the long distances…


The New Era of Computers

Posted on June 26, 2016 By

The new era of computers has changed the way people communicate versus decades ago. The digital age has shifted from a traditional industry to an economy that is based on computerized information. The World Wide Web has existed since 1969, and is now globalized, accelerating the flow of information and pushing older forms of media…


Why IT Education Solutions Are Important

Posted on June 26, 2016 By

Technology affects all aspects of our lives nowadays, from the work we do right through to the way we do it. So much has changed in recent decades that generations at school today are far more adept at using these technological features than preceding age groups, and this trend is set to continue. In education…


Top 5 Cutting Edge Telematics Trends to Watch For

Posted on June 26, 2016 By

The latest telematics market trends continue to point towards providing in-car connectivity and by 2016 2G network connectivity will be a thing of the past. Therefore, it goes without saying that there’s a huge market potential that still remains untapped as far as the telematics ecosystem is concerned. In the recent past, we have seen…


What Is the Technology Behind a Touch Screen

Posted on May 26, 2016 By

Have you ever wondered just how the touch screen on your cell phone, tablet, LED television, or any other device actually works? It is amazing to think that we can now issue commands to our devices with the touch of our hand and while this technology might seem new, it has actually been around since…


What You Should Look for in Your Microsoft Office Support Package

Posted on May 26, 2016 By

For many businesses moving over to cloud computing options, the process can be daunting and present many potential hiccups. Regardless of this, there are many benefits to these new solutions that have meant that companies are making the leap anyway, reaping numerous rewards such as improved efficiency and greater collaboration in the workplace. With that…


5 Ways to Extend Your Data Communications Without Limits

Posted on May 26, 2016 By

Your network is only as effective as its reach – yet unbalanced signals such as USB and RS-232 can reliably transmit only up to 15 feet, and even balanced Ethernet signals are capped at 300 feet. With a growing range of connectivity platforms, modern data networks require not just compatibility and reliability but also flexibility…


Bose SoundSport Wireless Review

Posted on May 26, 2016 By

The Bose SoundSport Wirelesst is essentially an “open” ear-bud style headphone that effectively isolates noise. It is an in-ear headphone designed for those who don’t wish to get their eartips jammed way into their ears. Thus the buds remain loosely in your ears, held in place by means of proprietary StayHear tips that are is…


When Do You Need to Run a PCI Scan

Posted on April 26, 2016 By

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) requires the merchants dealing with credit card holder data to perform regular vulnerability scans, in order to keep their security flaws covered. Merchants often come with a question, “When do you need to run a PCI Scan?” the answer to this question is quite simple. What…


The Meaning of PCI

Posted on April 26, 2016 By

The term PCI stands for Payment Card Industry, and we all are quite familiar with the different types of credit card / payment solution companies available, like Master Card, PayPal, and Visa etc. This article will further discuss how these companies manage their security of card holders’ data. These companies run under the standards of…