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VMware Virtualization Basics

Hypervisor is a platform that allows multiple operating systems to run on a single hardware. Using a Virtual Machine Manager or also called Hypervisor; the network administrators will be able to host several operating systems on one physical server. There are two types of hypervisors: Hypervisor type1: Is a kind of application that plays a […]

What is a Ransomware?

Ransomware is typically a type of Malware software that infects computers and servers through an attachment entering the devices. This attachment can enter computers through an email attachment, Network shared files and folders and USB and remote storage devices. Ransomware is spread by cyber-thieves. Ransomware encrypts all data and the hacker asks for ransom to […]

VMware Virtualization Technology

Intel VT and AMD-v In order to be able to use the systems as the Hypervisor to install ESXi on the hardware. There is a setting that needs to be configured properly in BIOS. That setting is called Intel-VT for intel inside servers and AMD-v for those machines with the AMD processors.   IntelĀ® Virtualization […]

VMware Basics

VMware Virtualization and Hypervisor Virtualization gives the administrators ability to use and manage less physical serves and consolidate the servers into a few physical machines. Virtualization benefits: Easier management: Because one physical machine hosts several Virtual Machines (VM servers). So; administrators will spend less time in managing, updating and configuring physical machines. Money saving: The […]

HIPAA; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

HIPAA is the acronym for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. HIPAA was passed by congress in 1996. Mandates the protection of the health information of millions of American workers. HIPAA reduces health care fraud and abuse. HIPAA helps protect the health information of patients. HIPPA mandates to keep the information secure and private. It […]

Static Routing VS Dynamic Routing

In computer networking; the process of moving packets across the network is called routing. The routers are devices that collect the required information about the different network subnets and route packets between these networks. The computer subnets are different ranges of IPs. For example; a computer with the IP address of is in a […]

Basic configuration of Cisco IOS for routers and switches

In this page we will discuss some important and basic terminology and configuration of Cisco switches and routers CLI: Command Line Interface that is used to configure Cisco routers and Switches IOS: Internetwork Operating System is the name of the operating system that is installed on the Cisco devices. Different ways to connect to a […]

What is the difference between Domain, Workgroup and Homegroup

Domain   Domain is called Client/server mode In a Domain environment there is a domain controller responsible for authentication and authorization of users on the network. Domain controller checks the permissions and security on the network. Centralized management! There is no need to create users on every single computer on the network. Once users are […]

Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Edition Comparison

Microsoft Windows Server 2012 comes in different types and flavors, Below there is a brief comparison between those editions, The hardware limitation and support and features available in them. Server2012 and Server 2012 R2 are all 64-bit versions! Datacenter Edition No limitation on virtualization Unlimited RRAS connections 4TB RAM supported Standard Edition Only two VMs […]

What is Cortana in Microsoft Windows 10

Cortana is an intelligent digital personal assistant that helps Windows 10 users in searches and daily tasks. You can use Cortana by typing your question or talking to her. Cortana gives the user suggestions, ideas and reminders. users can create calendar items with Cortana as well. You can also configure you androic notifications to be […]