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A good way to protect sensitive data

Answer  Hello, My name is Aaron and I am a UAT student. A good security hygiene practice is to protect sensitive data, and also protect stored data and encrypt transmissions of sensitive data across open, public networks. It's good to protect this data both in transit and when it's at rest. Having protected...

Last updated: Apr 14, 2013   10:52 AM GMT   |    Data, Protect, UAT
Necessity of employing transmission equipment engineer in data center

Answer  Is it necessary to employ transmission equipment engineer in data center after the deploy of IP over DWDM transmission technique?

Last updated: Jul 23, 2013   7:12 AM GMT   |    Data Center, DWDM
Data transmission using multiple carriers

Answer  Can anyone tell my why multiple carriers are used in my data transmission?

Last updated: Nov 1, 2016   4:56 AM GMT   |    Data transmission

Answer  NDM Vs SWIFT Which one is better , cost and efficieny wise for data transmission? What are the parameters that one would weigh while selecting NDM for data transmission instead of SWIFT? Do you have any comparative analysis of the two ?

Last updated: Apr 29, 2008   9:27 AM GMT   |    NDM, Swift
TCP/IP data transmission between the source and destination host

Answer  What are the four steps to TCP/IP encapsulated data transmission obetween the source and destination host?

Last updated: Oct 14, 2012   9:59 PM GMT   |    TCP/IP
What is the role of MAC & IP Addressing in the transmission of data on a network?

Answer  Hi there, I am looking a bit of information about this: What is the role of MAC & IP Addressing in the transmission of data on a network?

Last updated: Mar 19, 2016   2:04 AM GMT   |    Data transmission, IP address, Networking

Answer  Why don't we transmit digital data over the telephone line directly?

Last updated: Sep 24, 2005   2:50 AM GMT   |    Cabling, Hardware, Hubs
Transmission of IP Packets in TCP

Answer  Ive read that IP packets can sometimes get lost in transmission and that TCP often requests retransmission of lost data. How often are packets lost permanently? What are the requirements for retransmission? Are lost packets a security risk?

Last updated: Apr 7, 2014   1:11 PM GMT   |    IP packets, TCP
Should backups be running on a dedicated circuit?

Answer  We use data domain replication to move our data off-site for disaster recovery purposes. We're currently using the production WAN and schedule the transmission for Friday night to Monday morning. Is there actual documentation that indicates that the backups should be running on a dedicated circuit o...

Last updated: Mar 8, 2018   2:16 PM GMT   |    Backup, Disaster Recovery, Networking
Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing Part I

Blog  As the distance between the message source and designated destination increases, accurate transmission becomes increasingly more risky. Data communication systems are designed with transmission speed and capacity to meet the timeliness and volume needs of defined users. Nonetheless, data delivery s...

Last updated: Aug 25, 2012   0:09 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Are there any case studies that discuss the impact on data transmission speeds in a virtualized environment?

Answer  We have a few applications that are highly sensitive to communication latency; are there any studies or case studies that discuss the impact on data transmission speeds in a virtualized environment? This question is from the 5/14 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on

Last updated: Jun 19, 2009   3:33 PM GMT   |    Communication Latency, Microsoft virtualization, Microsoft Virtualization Chat 5/14
FastSoft demonstrates fast data transmission

Blog  After struggling for several hours to upload the first of my Interop videos to YouTube, I ran across FastSoft's video demonstration of their accelerated file transfer appliance, which struck me pretty compelling. In this video, Dan Henderson, VP of Marketing, explains and demonstrates how FastSoft c...

Last updated: May 6, 2008   3:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Word of the Day - data loss prevention (DLP)

Blog   "DLP is just a tool; it just tells you where your areas of risks are," he said. "The real win, in my opinion, is the opportunity it creates to bring awareness and training to your users." -- Charles Lee Today's Word of the Day is data loss prevention. It's describes a set of tools that...

Last updated: Dec 14, 2012   1:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Overheard: Word of the Day
Overheard - The history of preamble

Blog   Telegraph companies quickly learned that it was important to be able to track messages and minimize relaying errors. They developed the idea of a preamble that contained the information describing the message and providing the means to trace it back to its origins. The preamble concept proved so...

Last updated: Aug 24, 2009   6:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: Overheard: Word of the Day
Connect Direct File transmission

Answer  How to confirm whether the file has fully transmitted from source system(say mainframe) to iseries. I know how to check manually using wrkoutq. Mainframe is transmitting FileA to iseries. File transmission itself will take 1 hour to complete or sometimes may take upto 2 hours. iseries job should tri...

Last updated: Aug 31, 2013   5:23 PM GMT   |    AS400 Command, CL, COBOL 400
Fastest Internet Connection In The World

Blog  While the Internet2 Network and IEEEpursue varying methods for maximizing network transmission speeds and increasing the bandwidth available for data on the Internet, Californian networking expert Peter Lothberg has set his mother in Sweden up with the fastest Internet connection in the world. Rel...

Last updated: Jul 21, 2007   2:40 AM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
3 bit parity

Answer  I was just reading about parity on and have a question about 3 bit parity vs. 1 bit parity. I understand the setting to 0 for an even # of bits and setting to 1 for an odd #. Doesn't seem very reliable because you could lose 2 bits in data transmission. Just wondering ho...

Last updated: Apr 23, 2009   6:33 PM GMT   |    Data management and storage, parity, RAID
Intel's new Thunderbolt Technology

Blog   A new technology that is said to complement USB 3.0 not replace it. Currently available in the new Mac Book Pro. LaCie has also released its Thunderbolt compatible "Little Big Disk". Thunderbolt can transmit both raw data and audio-video information simultaneously, using existing DisplayPort and P...

Last updated: Feb 28, 2011   1:21 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
First word on the Internet was "lo"

Blog  Although there was much hoopla last year proclaiming September 2 as the Internet's 40th, Leonard Kleinrock begs to differ. The real birthday of the Internet is not until October 29. On Oct. 29, 1969, Kleinrock's team transmitted a message from their computer at UCLA to Douglas Engelbarts Stanford...

Last updated: Sep 2, 2010   4:37 AM GMT  |  Blog: Our Latest Discovery
Fibre Optic Cables - An Understanding

Blog  In the past ten years theres been a lot of talking about fibre optic cables and fibre optic technology and almost everyone has heard of them. Reality is that not everyone actually knows what they are or how they work or the reason why they are considered a proper revolution. To make it simple, a...

Last updated: May 30, 2013   9:35 AM GMT  |  Blog: Vendor Tech Talk   |      Telecom
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