As much as RAID 6 system is dependable for any scope of business, it is not invulnerable to failures of any sort. But this is not what we will be focusing on at the moment. Rather, it is about the consequence of having a RAID 6 system that malfunctioned. In case you do not know, failures in this system will lead to permanent data loss. Data loss is dangerous to any kind of businesses. Businesses these days are very much reliant on data availability and accessibility. Have your business data permanently deleted will only spell doom for your business, for sure.
However, facing a failure of RAID 6 system does not mean the end of days. You can still save everything by getting help from the professional on time. And if you do not have any single clue as to who to rely on regarding this matter, you can ask www.salvagedata.com to assist you in retrieving all the data you have on the system that are at risk of getting erased permanently. The company is a trustworthy party that deals with this kind of issue regularly so you should not worry about the kind of quality service they are providing for their clients.
You can check here to discover the full scope of the company’s services. In general, it deals with fixing data loss on RAID 6 system of small businesses, enterprises, as well as systems that are installed on education and medical institutions. It even deals with RAID 6 system failures on government’s database. The company also deals with all kinds of OEM RAID 6 servers so you can rest assured your problem is in the right hand. It should not take too long for the company to identify the problem and come up with a solution that is designed specifically for the issues they find on your system.
Are you ready to welcome the era of jumbo-sized tablet PC? After Asus Transformer comes with AIO, now turn to HP HP Envy Rove is ready to market, its latest tablet PC that can also act as an AIO PC that was introduced in May 2013 ago.
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HP Envy Rove: Tablet PC 20 inch with Intel Haswell
Rove HP Envy 20-inch size is quite large compared to most of the tablet PC on the market today. If you think to ask her mobility, you should be thinking twice about doing it. Because, in addition to having the extra large screen is also fairly heavy weight is about 5.4 kg. Similar to the average weight of a multimedia laptop.
Touch screen IPS panel which has been put on comes with a resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels. To conjure into an AIO-PC, the back of the HP Envy Rove has been equipped with a set of legs as well as the wireless keyboard and mouse that comes in the sales package.
Running the Windows 8 operating system, HP Envy Rove performance processors rely fourth-generation Intel Core i3 (Intel Haswell) with 4GB of RAM support. And considering the HP Envy Rove can converted into an AIO PC, the capacity of storage space also comes with hybrid models that combine performance with 8GB SSD and HDD are very roomy 1TB capacity. This combination will be used to speed up Windows boot process.
To connect with other devices available a variety of connectivity options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet port, SD memory card slot, USB port 2.0,3 USB 3.0 ports and has received support Intel WiDi (Wireless Display) which can be useful to share the screen.
HP Envy Rove has now come to the American market with a price of around U.S. $ 980. And while there has been no word on whether this jumbo tablet PC will be available in Indonesia.
Mozilla Labs has outlined an experiment it’s conducting in improving the personalisation web publishers can offer readers who browse their sites using Firefox.
The outfit says it’s been working on the idea since last year, when it “conducted a series of experiments in which a user’s browsing history could be matched with interests in categories like technology, sports and cooking.”
In return for opting in to the trial, lab rats were offered “insight into how they spend time online.”
Mozilla Labs is now wondering “what if these interests were also available for the user to share with the websites they visit to get a better, more personalized browsing experience” so that “content creators and consumers could benefit from Web-based interests”?
Here’s one scenario the outfit has imagined as resulting from this line of thinking:
“For example, let’s say Firefox recognizes within the browser client, without any browsing history leaving my computer, that I’m interested in gadgets, comedy films, hockey and cooking. As I browse around the Web, I could choose when to share those interests with specific websites for a personalized experience. Those websites could then prioritize articles on the latest gadgets and make hockey scores more visible.”
Some publishers have already pressed the API for this kind of thing into service, according to the Mozilla Blog, but the code is not in the wild and is being tested – technically and conceptually – as Mozilla figures out how people will react to websites that dynamically change content based on readers’ past behaviours.
One example of successful personalisation mentioned in the posts announcing the initiative is The Guardian’s offer to ensure its readers see no news about the birth of George Alexander Louis Windsor. That’s a service many will doubtless enjoy. Whether such personalisation can result in readers choosing only to encounter lines of inquiry and opinions they already agree with, and therefore deciding to consume media that re-enforces their feelings rather than offering broader perspectives, is a wider debate for another day. Or the comments.
Based in Royal Oak, Michigan,Vectorform invents digital products and experiences with a focus on innovative mobile and emerging technology solutions. Vectorform partners with premier global brands including Microsoft MSFT +0.72%, Disney, Coca Cola, and Volkswagen to create the next iconic experience. Vectorform was founded in 1999 and now has over 100 employees across the globe with additional studios in Seattle, New York, Munich and Hyderabad.
Aside from designing experiences for clients, their elite team of artists, engineers, entrepreneurs and technologists has also developed a number of its own applications that have proven very successful.
“Vectorform has evolved from a digital agency to part think tank, part lab, and part studio,” stated Vectorform Director of Product Vision, Kevin Foreman.
One of Vectorform’s most popular applications is the ever-evolving Toolbox for Windows 8. The free application has recorded over 850,000 downloads and is currently the number 1 productivity app available on the Windows Store. With Toolbox you can view and interact with up to six different tools at once, giving you the power and flexibility to customize your workspace for maximum productivity.
There are currently 12 tools available within Toolbox, including a Facebook FB -1.02% application, voice notes, real-time currency converter, web browser, and a Twitter client that was added just this past May. The Twitter application refreshes in real time so that you can view details of content without having to leave the timeline.
When asked why Vectorform was primarily focused on developing apps for the Windows 8 app store, Foreman said “Toolbox specifically was focused on Windows 8, and Toolbox may be ported to additional operating systems. As a company, we’re focused on mobile and emerging technologies. We’re platform agnostic.”
Foreman told me that they were one of the companies that had the Microsoft Surface table product a few years ago. They created a 360-degree user interface where music chips could be dragged around and they used this application create the Vectorform Surface DJ.
Another major project for Vectorform involved the 2008 election where President Barack Obama faced off against John McCain. Vectorform worked with MSNBC to create virtual charts of aggregated electoral votes used on air by anchor Chuck Todd.
Vectorform was able to take this campaign from concept to final product in 3 weeks. Vectorform has a passion for creating great products and this is what keeps the company growing.
Microsoft corporation some time ago has been providing Windows 8.1 Preview can be downloaded for free. And later in August, Microsoft also plans to begin delivering the OS to the notebook and tablet manufacturers.
Now before the second step is done, the Redmond-based company that was recently launched hardware certification requirements for Windows 8.1. The certification was announced by Microsoft at the Worldwide Partner Conference and includes some hardware such as Bluetooth, WiFi, 720p webcam and audio equipment.
The certification also allows for features such as Windows 8.1 Wireless Miracast display, internet sharing, NFC, WiFi Direct print and biometric authentication. However sertfikasi is intended for existing devices in 2014 and 2015. So we’re not going to find it in the near future.
In the previous issue we’ve become acquainted with a shell script and managed to create a very simple shell script. If we look, we did not perform any processing on the shell script. We only show a message on the screen and execute commands on the shell through shell script. What if we want to make the program more interactive shell script?
As with any programming language, shell script also serves to recognize the variables that can hold information temporarily for a variety of purposes, for example to compute or determine the output results. You may make as much as possible or use a variable in your shell script. Name the variables are independent, large and small letters should, but make it easier to remember, make it a habit to create standard rules in the manufacture of the variable name. At this writing, all variables will be written in lowercase.
Variables can be divided into two types, namely environment variables and user variables. Environment variables are variables that have been previously determined as a part of the shell used (bash). By default, the name of this variable using all capital letters. Example of this is the $ USER variable that will contain the user name you are currently using, $ HOME home directory which contains the address of the user that is used, and so forth. To display the entire value of an existing environment variable, you can use the set command in the terminal (Figure 1). User variable is the variable name specified by the user themselves and not by the shell used.
Variables can be accessed by using the dollar sign ($) before the variable name, for example, we have a variable named “my name”, to access the value stored in the variable, we use the $ my name. To give value to a variable, we use the sign “=” is immediately followed by the value we give without any spaces, for example my name = Willy. What if the value that we want to give is a sentence? Use double quotes as the opening and closing value of a variable, such as my name = “Willy Sudiarto Raharjo”. For example, see listing 1 and try running on your computer. Seen that the value of the variable Sudiarto be regarded as a command and not part of the variable because it is not enclosed in double quotation marks. Please be careful in giving a value to a variable.
You can combine environment variables and user variables in a shell script is the same, as in listing 2. What if want to write a message using the $ character, such as “It cost me $ 15”? If we are not careful, it could be a shell script would be wrong to interpret the information that we provide and try to take the value of variable 1 (which will not contain any) and display it as a “price 5”. To fix this, use the escape character to indicate that the next character will be recognized as a regular character and not as a substitute for a variable, which marks the backslash “\” as in listing 3.
One character that needs more attention is the backtick character “` “(position number 1 on the left side your keyboard) because this character has a special function in shell