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October, 2017

  • 26 October

    A Kidney Stone Could Not Stop Linus Torvalds from Releasing Linux Kernel 4.13

    Just months after the release of Linux Kernel 4.12 which had support for Nvidia’s GTX 1000 Pascal and AMD’s new Radeon RX Vega graphics card, Linus Torvalds has gone ahead to officially release Linux Kernel 4.13. According to the release on the Linux Kernel Mailing List, Linus said he saw no reason delaying the …

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  • 26 October

    How To Use Bluetooth Speakers In Ubuntu

    Set up Bluetooth speakers in Ubuntu For this tutorial, I have used Ubuntu 15.04 and above mentioned Inateck speakers but I presume that the tutorial should be applicable to other versions such as Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 12.04 and other speakers as well. Let’s see what do you need to …

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  • 26 October

    How To Switch Between GDM And LightDM In Ubuntu 14.04 [Quick Tip]

    Both LightDM and GDM (GNOME Display Manager) are login managers. They both provide graphical login capabilities (the GUI with the list of the system’s users) as well as remote logins using the XDMCP protocol. Ubuntu comes with LightDM as default display manager. But if you experiment with various display managers or various desktop environments such as to install …

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  • 26 October

    Ubuntu 17.10 New Features and Upgrade Procedure

    Brief: Check out the new features in Ubuntu 17.10 and see how to upgrade to Ubuntu 17.10. Ubuntu 17.10 has been released. I have already been using it for some time and have created a video of Ubuntu 17.10 features. If you don’t prefer videos, you can also read about what’s …

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  • 25 October

    Top 9 Computing Technology Trends for 2016

    You’ll notice that all of the Computing Technology trends interlock, many of them depending on the advancement of other technologies in order to move forward. Cloud needs network functional virtualization, 5G requires cloud, containers can’t thrive without advances in security, everything depends on data science, and so on. It’s an …

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  • 25 October

    How (and How Much) are Organizations Spending on IT?

    It happens all the time: leaders of organizations ask me how they should be spending their IT budget. So, I wanted to give you some insight about IT spending in general—and about how organizations like yours are spending their technology budgets. Here are some of the questions I regularly get …

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  • 25 October

    Key Components of a Successful IT Budget

    IT budgeting: We talked about it at the macro-level in last month’s Impact—organizations are increasing their IT budgets in 2013. But what does this mean, specifically? How are organizations segmenting their IT spends? What are the line items that need to be included in a comprehensive IT budget? Below, we break …

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  • 25 October

    What is Vitamin D and why is it so important?

    Vitamin D within your body is actually a hormone, not a vitamin. Confused? Don’t be. Here’s the low-down on Vitamin D. When your body receives Vitamin D (from sunlight, food, or supplements), it turns the Vitamin D into a hormone. This hormone is called activated Vitamin D or calcitriol, but …

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