TechPro: Mastering the Art of Professional Tech for Real-World Success

Last weekend, we made a big leap forward by migrating from our old local domain to a new Azure Domain. It was no small feat, but thanks to my ICT Team and the assistance and flexibility of the remarkable users of our organization, we managed to minimize the impact on our business. We approached the project with SCRUM and Agile methodologies, which worked wonders, ensuring a smooth transition by continuously planning, testing, and developing. Together, we’ve accomplished something truly remarkable.

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Quantum Computing | An Introduction

In the 1980s, researchers introduced the first proposals of using quantum-mechanical phenomena to perform computational tasks, and since then, researchers have been working to develop practical quantum computers. In the early days, these efforts were largely theoretical. Still, in the past few decades, quantum computers have become more functional, and researchers have built prototype quantum computers that can perform specific tasks faster than classical computers.

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Local Area Networks | Part 1

When I was a kid, once in a while I joined a local “LAN Party”. A LAN party is an event where people get together with computers or compatible game consoles, where a Local Area Network (LAN) connection is established between the devices. The main purpose of these LAN parties is to play multiplayer video games together.

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Computer Memory | Part 1

A few weeks ago a colleague of mine had serious issues with his computer: it was running very slow. The first thing you think about when you hear something like that is to check the RAM first. After checking RAM performance in Windows Taskbar a diagnosis could be done with 100% certainty: not enough RAM.

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