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Command Prompt

Command Prompt

Updated on: March 13, 2024

Dive into the world of the Command Prompt, from its origins to advanced functionalities. Discover the power of command-line operations and the vast capabilities of this Windows staple tool.

Microsoft Transaction Server

Navigating the Legacy of Microsoft Transaction Server: A Retrospective

Updated on: March 12, 2024

Microsoft Transaction Server was a software included in the Microsoft Windows NT Option Pack and Windows NT Server, Enterprise Edition, that provided a variety of services for component-based applications, including transaction support, security, and thread pooling.

Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC) conceptual image

Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC)

Updated on: March 12, 2024

Permanent Virtual Circuit is a form of telecommunications service for wide area networks (WANs) that provides a dedicated switched circuit between two nodes in a circuit-switched network.

Normal Backup (aka Full Backup) conceptual image

Normal Backup: The Foundation of Data Protection Strategies

Updated on: March 12, 2024

A Normal Backup is a backup type in which all the selected files and folders are backed up. Also known as full backup, this is the most secure way of backing up files and folders to tape.

Incremental Backup (conceptual Image)

Incremental Backup: Streamlining Your Data Protection Strategy

Updated on: March 12, 2024

Master the art of Incremental Backups. From core concepts to a detailed step-by-step guide on Windows Server, this is your ultimate guide.

Wall Plate: a modern office setting with a detailed view of a network wall plate equipped with various connectors, emphasizing the blend of aesthetic appeal and functionality in modern network infrastructure setups.

Wall Plates in Networking: An In-depth Guide

Updated on: March 7, 2024

A wall plate serves as a vital component in networking, offering an aesthetically pleasing solution for connecting devices via RJ-45, coaxial, or fiber optic ports. Positioned on walls or furniture, these plates facilitate a seamless connection to the network infrastructure, merging functionality with design to support internet and communication services efficiently.

The Legacy of the IBM AS/400 System

Unveiling the Legacy of the IBM AS/400: A Journey Through Time

Updated on: March 6, 2024

AS/400 stands for Application System/400, a midrange IBM server computing platform for business computing.

Gopher - Internet Gopher Information Client

Gopher: The Internet’s Forgotten Pathways

Updated on: March 6, 2024

Delve into the history of Gopher, an early internet protocol that shaped digital information sharing, its transition to the WWW, and how a dedicated community keeps its spirit alive.

A coaxial cable with its complex structure in a cross-sectional view, surrounded by symbols that suggest its various uses in broadcasting, internet connectivity, telecommunications, and scientific research.

Coaxial Cable: Structure, Types, and Applications

Updated on: February 24, 2024

Coaxial Cabling is a form of network cabling used primarily in older Ethernet networks and in electrically noisy industrial environments.