Purchase a Western Digitial My Cloud NAS Server

Purchase a Western Digitial My Cloud NAS Server

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The WD 8 TB My Cloud EX2 Ultra NAS Server is a fantastic device to place in your work or home environment. Once connected a user can access the device from all of the internal machines within the office. They can also access the NAS server from the outside world using a dedicated IP address. WD EX2 Ultra options Centralized network storage and access from Anywhere with computers or Mobile devicesHigh Performance 1.3 GHz dual core processor and 1GB memory for seamless media streaming and Ultra fast file transfersMilestone Arcus Surveillance Software with unLimited Camera licensesMultiple RAID configurations and automatic backup Options to help guard important dataAutomatic file synching across all Your computers for up to date access from AnywhereVolume encryption and password Protection for Enhanced data securitySupported Browsers:Internet Explorer…
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How to fix Remote Desktop “CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation” error when using Windows RDP

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How to fix Remote Desktop "CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation" error when using Windows RDP   Yes, it is a dangerous tool but only if you have a fully unsecured entry point or using poor passwords. The error recently happened preventing access to numerous servers from Windows 10 machines.    The Remote desktop would not connect and gave the following error listed below An Authentication error has occurred. The function requested is not supported. This could be due to CredSSP encryption oracle remediation Now this occurs within the organization and may not happen everywhere but the OS was Windows Professional 10 with all updates. The quick fix as it turns out is to add a single key to your workstation's registry by using the utility REGEDIT. When REGEDIT starts, click on…
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Google reports that Flash Usage Declines from 80% in 2014 to Under 8% Today

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Google reports that Flash Usage Declines from 80% in 2014 to Under 8% Today The percentage of daily Chrome users who've loaded at least one page containing Flash content per day has gone down from around 80% in 2014 to under 8% in early 2018. These statistics on Flash's declining numbers were shared with the public by Parisa Tabriz, Director of Engineering at Google, during a keynote speech at Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS) which was held recently in San Diego. Flash's demise was to be expected, though. Adobe announced last year plans to stop supporting the Adobe Flash Media Player by the end of 2020.  But while Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and all major browsers have already moved from a Flash-enabled-by-default to a Flash-click-to-play policy since last year, the massive…
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How to Secure and increase performance on your WordPress Blog

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How to Secure and increase performance on your WordPress Blog To secure your wordpress blog it is an extremely good idea to follow some of the steps located below as well as increasing performance for your readers. SSD-Powered Storage Delivers Content Up to 20x Faster Hosting providers that include high-performance, solid-state drives signal to site owners that the company invests in modern infrastructure and doing whatever it takes to help customers’ sites load quickly. There will be network farms that have older equipment will continue to use that until they replace it or failure occurs.  There are some host providers that provide this service but it may be at a higher cost. SSL Certificates Boost Security Without Slowing Down Your Site Speed means nothing if you expose sensitive data to…
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Microsoft is turning off push notifications for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8.0

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Microsoft is turning off push notifications for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8.0 Microsoft has announced that it is ending the push notification service on Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 8 starting February 20th, 2018. The company says that since both of those platforms have reached the end of their support, these services are now able to be discontinued. Turning off push notifications means that devices running Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0 will no longer receive notifications, live tiles will no longer update, and the "find my phone" feature will no longer function. Those still using Windows Phone 7.5 or Windows Phone 8.0 will likely want to switch to something newer. Windows Phone code was written in C++ back in 2010 and was used by the New York City Police…
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