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About Luisana Duarte

Luisana is a Journalist/Graphic Designer who happens to be obsessed with books.

IPs: Static vs. Dynamic

A BACKGROUND ON IPs
An Internet protocol (IP) address is a unique number assigned to electronic devices that allows them to communicate with each other, even across the Internet. Devices range from mobile phones to desktop computers, servers, and more. So, when accessing a webpage from a mobile device, you are actually contacting a server […]

eBooks: The Pros and Cons

 
The idea of electronic books, commonly known as eBooks has been around for almost 90 years. The concept of a device being able to contain large amounts of reading material (any bookworm’s fantasy) is thought to be conceived by Bob Brown during the 1930s.
However, it wasn’t until 2006 that eReaders began gaining popularity with […]

VoIP: The Office Super Phone

Voice-over-Internet Protocol, commonly known as VoIP, is a communication system that simultaneously delivers voice and multimedia communications over an internet connection.

VoIP phone systems work by taking analog audio signals, such as a phone conversation, and turns the information into a digital format or data that can be communicated through the Internet. This technology is equivalent […]

The Importance of Low-Risk Data Centers

In February of this year, Insurance Journal published an article on 2013’s Oklahoma tornadoes and the high insurance payout that the natural disasters caused. According to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.), this disaster resulted in an almost $2 billion dollar climb in insurance claims.  Oklahoma is now the most expensive state for natural disasters insurance payouts. […]

Don’t Lose Your Data: Back-Up, Back-Up, Back-Up!

There is a proliferate amount of people who are opting to store their data in ‘the cloud.’ This basically means that the location of their data is not in their desktop computer, mobile phone, or external hard-drive, but instead is stored in one or more data centers across the globe. This migration to the […]

World Peace Day? — Let’s Make It a World Peace End of Year

By |November 18th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

November 17th is officially World Peace Day, and this might make beauty pageant contestants very happy, but a question springs to mind: Why should this celebration be devoted to only one day out of the entire year? 
Everyday should be a day to work out our differences, and come closer together as human beings. With […]

Log in with Your Facebook Account — How Safe Is It?

By |October 31st, 2013|Network Security|1 Comment

Every day internet users find themselves creating personal accounts for many different activities on the internet. Whether it’s shopping, commenting, logging into a newly downloaded app, or even playing an RPG game online, most times the website requires the user to create an account to access services.

Why? There are many reasons for this. Service providers […]

Cyber Security Awareness: You Gotta Have It!

October marks the 10th Anniversary for the National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Department of Homeland Security has partnered once more with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center to create awareness in the both the private and public internet sectors. Huntleigh Technology Group joins these efforts in […]