• Open IT Forum: Are you on hacking offense or defense?

    Sony isn''t the only company getting hit hard by hackers. Sega just joined the bunch, and Lockheed Martin's breach is still fresh. How does your company set up a strong offense against hacks and breaches? Or, if your company's security has been compromised in the past, how did you respond and set...

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  • Prerequisites before deploying VoIP solution

    What prerequisites do I need to fulfill before deploying a VoIP solution on a existing gigabit network? We will have data going over the same line and we have a 100 mbit backbone.

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  • Free IT Book: Securing SQL Server

    This week's free IT book is written by one of IT Knowledge Exchange's very own members, Mrdenny. Securing SQL Server promises to help you "secure your SQL Server database so the outside world can't access your internal data." With Mrdenny's extended experience in simplifying SQL speak via his blog,...

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  • Time-division multiplexing (TDM), synchronous vs. asynchronous

    What is synchronous Time-division multiplexing? And why is it different from asynchronous?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Achieving Extreme Performance with Oracle Exadata

    This week you could win a copy of Achieving Extreme Performance with Oracle Exadata from Oracle Press. Chock full of best practices for Oracle Exadata Database Machine deployment and maintenance, this resource covers data warehousing, transaction processing, consolidation strategies, maximum...

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  • Will Cisco certifications help me to grow in my job

    I have completed my Bachelors Degree in Electronics and Telecom. I am working as an O & M  and IREG(International Roaming Expert Group)Engineer in GSM company for two and half years. Normally, I monitor and troubleshoot NSS and Roaming related problems. I want to build up my career by Cisco...

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  • Announcing the Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 Scavenger Hunt (sponsored)

    Want the chance to win an iPad 2 or Amazon.com gift cards? The Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 Scavenger Hunt is your opportunity to learn about all of the new features of Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 while getting in the running to earn great prizes. Think you know about all of the new features...

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  • Free IT Book: The Data Warehouse Mentor

    The Data Warehouse Mentor by Robert Laberge will show you how to plan, design, construct, and administer an integrated end-to-end DW/BI solution. He'll explain how to choose appropriate components, build an enterprise data model, configure data marts and data warehouses, establish data flow, and...

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  • Can the ethernet leased line be intercepted by ISP?

    We have an ethernet leased line from an ISP through which we are connecting our branch office to main network. is the data through the line exposed to ISP?.

    Haneesh5 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book, Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects, is Christopher Moyer's guide to help you not just migrate to the cloud, but "use cloud architectural patterns that deliver superior performance, scalability, and availability." Whether you're building a...

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  • Is an associates in Computer Networking + CCNA cert going to get me a job?

    So, I've begun coursework at a local community college for an associates of science in Computer Networking, with an emphasis on Cisco. They are a certified learning partner with Cisco. So, I am wondering what kind of job viability I would have as a candidate with both the Associates and...

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  • Tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange, earn 100 points!

    Tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange, and get 100 knowledge points closer to winning our latest contest. Simply send out this tweet to earn your points!

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  • Tomorrow at 4PM ET: ITKE Rolls Out New Badge System

    Badges are almost here and we could use your help. Friday at 4pm ET, we will be launching the new badge system so we need you to stay vigilant and let us know if you notice anything odd with your badges, your profile, or the site. Be aware that [strong]we are planning to experience some...

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • Contest Bounty: Earn 500 knowledge points!

    You could earn 500 knowledge points for sharing your story. Simply read this blog post and then share your story of survival. If we publish your story, we will first ask permission and compensate you with 500 knowledge points to go toward our current IT Knowledge Exchange contest . Good luck!

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  • Running SIP proxy server as a virtual machine

    What role does the SIP proxy server play and what issues would we see if it goes down? Can we run it as a virtual machine and have a backup one in another VM?

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  • How does IP phone contact DHCP

    hi all in callmanager express we configure callmanager as a dhcp.now my question is do we need to put iip address in ip helper-address command of callmanager express i.e default route or what. regards sandeep

    Sandyrana5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there an iSeries SMS Text Messaging user interface?

    Id there an iSeries SMS Text Nessaging user interface? I would like for users to use SMS texting as an iterface into and out of the iSeries.

    9282928225 pointsBadges:
  • You Pick: Drupal’s Building Blocks, Scalability Rules, Building Cloud Apps, DTrace

    This week, you get your pick of our most recent IT book titles. Check out our latest titles in the IT Bookworm Blog for more details on these books: Scalability Rules Multicore Application Programming Drupal's Building Blocks Building Applications in the Cloud DTrace To win one of these great...

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  • Restrict certain ISPs from seeing web page by HTML coding

    Can a web page be coded so that someone using a specific ISP cannot access the page?  For example if the person uses comcast or msn, can code be added so those users can't see a website?  Thanks.

    Wineagle35 pointsBadges:
  • Contest Bounty: Ask/Answer questions this weekend, earn 100 points!

    Is the rain keeping your weekend plans from getting off the ground? Well, IT Knowledge Exchange has a chance for you to take advantage of staying indoors. Ask or answer 10 questions* this weekend, and you will earn 100 knowledge points, good for our current contest! Any combination of...

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