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How to disable IPv6 on Linux via GRUB

The IPv6 Internet Protocol is integrated in many Linux distributions, but if it is not going to be used, it is convenient to disable it in order to avoid issues derived from inadequate configuratio...
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5 tips to accelerate Ubuntu

Sometimes, after spending some time using Ubuntu, the system starts to slow down for no apparent reason. To solve this problem, you can modify certain settings and configurations that will provide ...
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Why use Root Cause Analysis for VDI

In some circumstances, desktop virtualization deployments can be affected by issues such as service interruptions, poor performance or a bad user experience. To solve these incidents and prevent th...
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Protection against attacks targeting RDP

Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) allows remote connection to a computer to provide, for example, computer support. The ability to take control of the computer is a very useful feature for ...
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Bootstrap your Open Source Project with GitHub

There's much more to managing a project with git beyond just committing code and working with branches. GitHub-Driven Development is a process that will help you organize and manage the progression...
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Eight Rules for Effective Software Production

Not everything in life is about productivity. Not all software projects either. There are cases when you are not judged on your performance. Obviously, these practices wouldn’t help then.
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How Cloud is Acting as a Temporary fix

Many companies negotiating full data centre rebuilds are considering cloud solutions to ‘fill the gap’ as demands on business-critical applications grow. Cloud-based solutions of this type are prov...
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How to protect your privacy in Linux

Privacy is an issue on many people’s minds these days, including those that run Linux on their computers. Linux has long had a strong reputation as a secure operating system, but there are still th...
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The value of hybrid cloud: Today to tomorrow

The term “hybrid cloud” has grown in popularity among established technology vendors, but one could be forgiven for thinking it’s a convenient “cloudwash” for companies to showcase progress while d...
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Local Users and Groups in Centos/RHEL 7

A fundamental part of system administration is configuring and managing users and groups. Part of this task involves monitoring the log in capabilities of all system entities.
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Share a Ubuntu 16.04 folder via Samba

Today, the only graphical tool that is reliable for configuring Samba is Yast, but this is exclusive to openSUSE and SUSE, so in other distributions one is forced to configure the server working di...
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Balance VDI user experience and security

In the world of VDI, balance is also essential when it comes to user experience and security. Unfortunately for VDI administrators, there is no all-powerful chosen one who can swoop in and deliver ...
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Best Time Management tricks for Engineers

As the wise "Tao Te Ching" said: "The Master does nothing, yet he leaves nothing undone. The ordinary man is always doing things, yet many more are left to be done.". The whole secret or efficiency...
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Developer's guide to Open Source licences

All open-source software, according to the Open Source Initiative, is distributed under a license that gives its users and developers (the licensees) some rights.
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3 keys to upgrade SMBs to the cloud

According to the latest data from the National Institute of Statistics (NIS), introduction of cloud computing in Spain has grown from 15% to 19% in the last year. There are three reasons why SMBs t...
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A successful print security plan in 8 steps

Printers and multifunction printers (MFPs) are not immune to the security threat and are vulnerable to the same risks as any device on the network. As IoT devices they are susceptible to the growin...
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If you need privacy you need to run Linux

Millions of IT professionals have been praising desktop Linux for ages for some reasons that privacy is a new one of them. Chrome OS and Android, for example, are Linux distributions, but they perf...
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Should businesses consider Open Source POS?

The POS is the lifeblood of a business, and that means you need to choose one carefully. There are a ton of options out there, but if you want to save money, adapt to changing business needs, and k...
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Prepare your IT for ten trends of 2017

People on the business side expect the company's internal data center infrastructure to have the same scalability and cost of Amazon Web Services' cloud. Leading-edge IT and enterprise expectations...
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Linux distributions for developers

Developers usually face the dilemma of choosing the Linux distribution that best fits the programming language they use, easy to setup and runs best Linux and that runs best in a virtual environmen...
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