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Jan 14, 2020   |  By Des Nnorchiri
Though much of the coverage of artificial intelligence or AI has been hype, the technology itself is real enough – and gaining traction in the commercial sphere. In fact, AI is increasingly being viewed as an integral requirement for business IT setups, rather than a luxury or fad. The research firm Gartner, Inc., predicts that more than 30 percent of data centers that fail to sufficiently prepare for AI will no longer be operationally or economically viable by 2020.
Jan 7, 2020   |  By Des Nnorchiri
If you’re an Android user, relying on data from your cellular provider is one way of avoiding the risks of free public Wi-Fi – especially if you don’t have the tools or services necessary to give you full protection. Android also has a huge and widely varied user base distributed across the globe. Many of these users operate in regions where free or paid Wi-Fi isn’t even an option. In such instances, going online via cellular data is the only choice they have.
Dec 30, 2019   |  By Des Nnorchiri
Software of all kinds requires information to do its work. At the back end of most programs you’ll usually find some form of database, which has been created or selected and configured to run specifically with that application. In creating that database or making a selection from the wide range of products available, there are several factors to consider. We’ll be looking at these criteria, in this article.
Dec 17, 2019   |  By Des Nnorchiri
Cybersecurity is a hot topic. With high profile breaches making headlines on almost a monthly basis, combined with a far more restrictive regulatory environment, the need to responsibly protect your customers’ data has never been felt more keenly. It is estimated that a business is subjected to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds, predicted to drop to eleven seconds by 2021.
Dec 4, 2019   |  By Des Nnorchiri
If you own a Google Pixel smartphone (or one of a couple of other models) Android’s latest update is finally here. If you own another model of Android smartphone then you’ll have to wait a little longer, but that’s nom de rigueur for the operating system. Dubbed Android 10, the new update has abandoned the usual confectionary based naming scheme in favour of a straight numbering system – possibly following Windows’ and Apple’s lead.
Jul 20, 2018   |  By PowerAdminSupport
See how you can download, install, configure and start using PA File Sight in under 15 minutes. Detect ransomware attacks, users copying files from the server and more. Audit who is accessing files or find out who deleted files on the server.
Jan 6, 2015   |  By PowerAdminSupport
A quick overview and introduction to Power Admin's premiere product, PA Server Monitor.
Jul 25, 2014   |  By PowerAdminSupport
Using the Inventory Alerter monitor in PA Server Monitor can help you monitor for changes in your Anti-Virus software.
Jul 25, 2014   |  By PowerAdminSupport
Is it possible to detect a user copying files?
Jun 3, 2014   |  By PowerAdminSupport
The Event Log Monitor can monitor one or more event logs on the system, including the standard Application, Security and System logs as well as custom event logs. You have complete flexibility in specifying which types of events are important to you and which types you'd like to ignore. In addition, you can manually add dynamic event sources (event sources that register themselves, add an event, and then unregister themselves).