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Feb 11, 2020 | By Des Nnorchiri
Abbreviated from the names of its developers – Aho, Weinberger, and Kernighan – Awk is a scripting language used in Unix or Linux environments for manipulating data and generating reports. The awk command programming language requires no compiling, and allows the user to employ variables, numeric functions, string functions, and logical operators. In this article, we’ll be looking at some examples demonstrating its many and diverse uses.
Feb 4, 2020 | By Des Nnorchiri
The potential for disrupting business is much greater when you decommission a data center than if you’re constructing one. The process involves a lot more than just shutting down servers, turning off switches, and dismantling storage racks. In this article, we’ll consider some of the specifics and best practices required to achieve a smooth decommissioning process.
Jan 28, 2020 | By Des Nnorchiri
Industry 4.0 technology is transforming industry all over the world. Digital innovations such as data, virtual reality, automation, and robotics are all helping brands create products and services and deliver them to customers in better and more efficient ways than ever before. One of the most useful elements of Industry 4.0 technology comes from the Internet of Things.
Jan 21, 2020 | By Des Nnorchiri
If you’re logging onto a service or running remote command line operations over a network link via the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol, the last thing you need is for your session to be cut off by a faulty connection. This scenario is all too common – but for Linux users, the Screen utility can prevent it from occurring.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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