• 26 Mar 1

    How to do Ping and Traceroute for Windows and Mac

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    Ping is a utility that you use to determine whether or not a specific IP address is accessible. Ping works by sending a packet to a specified address and waiting for a reply. Ping command will tell you whether your server is accessible or not.Below you will learn how to do ping and traceroute for Windows and Mac.

  • 24 Feb 0

    How Formal Should a Business Text Be?

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    SMS messaging, or texting, is a relatively young medium. Business use of texts is even newer, which creates questions for many people. While guides abound on writing a business letter, very little instruction exists on how to contact someone via BBM. The biggest question most people have about business text messaging is, how formal should […]

  • 16 Dec 0

    Recommended Tools & Downloads online

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    Recommended Tools & Downloads following are some of the best tools and downloads available on web from GOOGLE to make web faster… Web page analysis Page Speed – Open source Firefox/Firebug Add-on that evaluates the performance of web pages and gives suggestions for improvement. Chrome Developer Tools – Tools included in Google Chrome that let […]

  • 16 Dec 0

    Best practices against hacking your website

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    These days, the majority of websites are built around applications to provide good services to their users. In particular, are widely used to create, edit and administrate content. Due to the interactive nature of these systems, where the input of users is fundamental, it’s important to think about security in order to avoid exploits by malicious third parties and to ensure the best user experience.

  • 4 Oct 0

    Identity theft at Institutions of Higher Education – Sumeet Malik Chandigarh

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    Recently our Managing Director SUMEET MALIK from netgains comments on article “Identity theft at Institutions of Higher Education” which was posted by www.campussafetymagazine.com – Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators (Issue: Sept 2011) Campus Safety Magazine exclusively serves campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers and executive administrators involved in the public […]

  • 10 Aug 0

    Idea which should be stolen

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    “I wish if someone steal my idea and develop a application which I love or give me $30k so I can get this build” these are the words that I heard from one of my colleague some days ago, while we are having lunch and seeded one discussion which bring some good, bad and really worse idea poured right on our dining table.

  • 5 Aug 0

    Google’s New Plan on Chrome—Web Apps will be more like Native Apps

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    There’s a lot of innovation going on in the browser wars these days, with huge strides in features and performance from all the top vendors. And there’s a new feature on the horizon that’s going to make web apps even more powerful and flexible: Web Intents, which will allow web apps to communicate with each […]

  • 4 Aug 0

    The Era of Online Reading is coming

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    Books have been around, well, for centuries. In the same time, reading medium is changing for thousands of years, from rock, to tortoiseshell, to bark, and finally to paper! But as we all know, it’s the era of internet and hi-tech, so will the print reading be taken place by the screen, or we call it, online reading? It’s not a easy question, no one can easily get a final verdict.

  • 2 Aug 0

    The Secret to Making Connections that Work

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    The Secret to Making Connections that Work —staying in touch after getting in touch You see, I have been in Chandigarh and worked for Netgains for almost one month, the number of friends I’ve met here is approximately equal to it in my 3-year-university life. One of the numerous of similar activities here: last night, […]

  • 28 Jul 0

    10 Tips of Google+ for new users

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    Google+ is a social networking service operated by Google Inc. . The service launched on June 28, 2011 in an invite-only “field testing ” phase. The following day, existing users were allowed to invite friends, who are above 18 years of age. This was suspended the next day due to an “insane demand” for accounts.