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At 25, JavaScript Programming Language Is Still Progressing

JavaScript is still one of the most widely used programming languages. How has it been able to continue its popularity, and where will it be 25 years from now?

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Configuring a caching only DNS server on Centos 7

Introduction DNS (Domain Name Server) is considered a critical component of any enterprise IT infrastructure. DNS runs as a service on a system and a DNS server can have different roles or we could say that DNS servers can be classified into multiple categories. In this quick article we will explain how to setup a […]

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How to Easily Find a Great Laptop for Your Needs

It is safe to say that we live in an age when gadgets like laptops, tablets, and smartphones are a necessity. Considering how many people are conducting their work online, this is perfectly understandable. Back in the day, every house had a desktop c…

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28 yum command examples for package management in Linux part 2

In our previous article on the Linux yum command, we covered how we could use the yum package manager to search for packages, install them, query information about packages, check for security updates and update the system to have the latest versions of packages installed. In this article, we’ll show how to use yum to […]

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28 yum command examples for package management in Linux part 1

Introduction For managing software via the command line on our Redhat and Centos systems, we could use rpm directly or use yum which is somewhat of a feature rich front end for rpm. We covered the Linux rpm command and it’s features extensively in an earlier article. Yum is an acronym for yollowdog updater modified. […]

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How Does Remote Simultaneous Interpreting Work?

In recent years online businesses have rocketed the market. It regards all kinds of industries. Taking a step back, we would never think that some services would be able to function in the remote world. However, due to technological advancement and tec…

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Benefits of Cloud-Hosted PBX (Infographic)

What is cloud-hosted PBX? It is a business phone system that enables communication both within or outside of your company. Cloud PBX, also known as virtual PBX, is an IP-based solution that provides the services fully via the internet. While ch…

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Innovative Technologies for Small Business

Small businesses need technology for smooth business operations daily. This is because technology plays a significant role that has a high impact on small businesses. From the use of laptop computers with Internet capabilities to web-based a…

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How to Easily Find Great Hacks for Video Games

There are plenty of different reasons why someone might opt for using hacks when gaming – it doesn’t mean that someone is lazy or anything like that, in fact, a couple of cheats here and there can elevate the entire gaming experience to a whole new lev…

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Top Ways to Improve Your Business Digitally

Businesses today need a strong digital presence to survive and thrive. It is important to have a digital strategy that promotes interaction with the target customers, supports business goals, and maintains the loyalty of existing customers. Traditional…

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How Much Does It Cost to Build a Professional Website?

There are hundreds of thousands of websites online which gives people the impression that it is very easy to build a website. Though it is true to some degree, it does take some doing to build a website, especially a professional one. A website is not…

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Original Gift Ideas for Tech Enthusiasts

Holidays are just around the corner and that means the gifting season is upon us. If you haven’t yet chosen a gift for your loved one, you might be a bit worried about whether or not you will be able to find the perfect one in time. Especially if the p…

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LibreOffice 7.0.4 Office Suite Released with More Than 110 Bug Fixes

Coming about two months after LibreOffice 7.0.3, the LibreOffice 7.0.4 update is packed with a total of 114 bug fixes

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How to Back Up Files to Google Drive on Linux

Linux users can automatically back up files to Google drive using the open-source package google-drive-ocamlfuse and the cron utility.

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How to Use the nmap Command

Nmap is a powerful network scanning tool for security audits and penetration testing.

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GTK 4.0 Officially Released After More Than 4 Years of Development

GTK 4.0 is a massive update and a huge milestone for the development of the open-source and cross-platform GTK widget toolkit

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GTK 4.0 Officially Released After More Than 4 Years of Development

GTK 4.0 is a massive update and a huge milestone for the development of the open-source and cross-platform GTK widget toolkit

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Distribution Release: Q4OS 3.13

The Q4OS team have published a new update to their distribution’s Debian-based desktop operating system. The project’s new release updates the Q4OS 3.x series, bringing it up to date with Debian’s Stable branch. For this release Canonical’s Snap frame…

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ZimaBoard, a new Hackable Open Source Single Board Server

Single board computer? It’s time for Single board servers.

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How to Set Up WireGuard VPN on Ubuntu 20.04

WireGuard is an open-source and security-focused virtual private network designed for simplicity and ease of use. If you are looking for a lightweight and fast VPN then the WireGuard VPN is the best choice for you. In this tutorial, we will show you ho…

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