Aaron is a content strategist and consultant in support of STEM firms and medical practices. He covers industry developments and helps companies connect with clients. In his free time, he enjoys swimming, swing dancing, and sci-fi novels.
Importance of Security in Gaming Servers
Stops Hackers From Launching Attacks on Gaming Servers According to a recent report, there were 150% more Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in 2022 than in 2021. These attacks have become increasingly common all across the world, and many of them are aimed at gaming servers.
Essential AV Equipment to Boost Your Home Office Productivity
Remote work is here to stay. But, if your home office isn’t optimized, you may be trading convenience for productivity. Thankfully, there is a ton of equipment available right now that will enable you to succeed at your home office. AV equipment, in particular, can break down the barriers between you and your coworkers to make collaboration as simple as it was back when everyone went into the office Monday through Friday.
The Impact of Edge Computing and I/O Solution in Oil and Gas Industry
The oil and gas industry is undergoing many changes, especially as the world moves towards clean and renewable energy sources. This creates uncertainty in global demand, resulting in organizations now reducing their operational expenditure.
Artificial Intelligence for Video Security: The Future of Commercial Surveillance
Artificial intelligence (AI) is creating ripples of change across numerous industries, enhancing efficiency, precision, and potential in countless ways. A key domain experiencing the transformative power of AI is video security, a sector vital to ensuring safety in an increasingly interconnected world. With the emergence of intelligent AI tools capable of learning, adapting, and predicting, we're witnessing the dawn of a new era in commercial surveillance. The AI-infused surveillance systems of today move beyond mere footage recording.
A Comprehensive Guide to Podiatry Tools and Their Uses
Having healthy feet forms the basis of leading a healthy lifestyle. As the most actively used part of our bodies, our feet contain the most densely concentrated set of nerve endings and are the site of over 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons. This includes the Achilles tendon, the strongest tendon in the human body.
The Future of Sustainable Tech: Why Eco-Friendly Products Should Be the Norm
It’s not news that our environment is growing increasingly at risk because of human actions — especially our lack of sustainable living practices. Over 97% of climate scientists agree that anthropogenic climate change exists. It’s essential that we, as a society, begin to take steps forward to actively change our behaviors to protect the planet we call home. Even if you don’t care about the future of our Earth at all, shopping sustainably also comes with personal benefits.
What Is the Most Important Focus of Hospice Care?
When family members are diagnosed with a terminal illness, at some point the focus of care will shift to making the patient as comfortable as possible during the last stages of their life. Hospice care can be provided by family members, healthcare providers, or a combination of both. Hospice care will change as the patient’s situation changes, especially in times of health emergencies.
How Infusion Therapy Can Improve the Quality of Life for Chronic Illness Patients
Needles scare a lot of people, and the idea of having IV drips alone is terrifying for most people. However, for people suffering from chronic illnesses, infusion therapy can be a real game changer. It’s beneficial in many ways, and can help to significantly improve their quality of life.
Steps for building Hyperscale Data Centers
A hyperscale data center is a facility that has at least 5000 servers and covers 10,000 square feet. Companies like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft leverage hyperscale data centers to provide their services at scale. The ability to scale is the hallmark of a hyperscale data center.
What to Look for in an IT Support Team
Most modern businesses rely on computers and technology to do their work. But the problem with technology is in understanding what to do when a problem occurs. Larger organizations will often have an on-site IT (Information technology) team that manages day-to day operations. Medium to smaller organizations may not have an adequate budget or the resources to hire dedicated IT staff.