How to Choosing a Colocation Server Provider in Indonesia

What Should You Do Before You Search for a Colocation Server Provider? It costs a lot to pick a provider, move in and become operational. If you make the wrong choice, the costs of moving out later will be much higher than the costs of moving in. Before you sign a contract with a provider, […]
By : admrack | Dec 18, 2017

Program Internship Dokter di Medan Perbaiki Kualitas Kompetensi Dokter

Program Internship Dokter Indonesia (PIDI) menjadi harapan untuk perbaikan sistem kesehatan di Indonesia. Disamping bertujuan untuk menjaga kualitas kompetensi dokter, program dokter intership juga diproyeksikan untuk meratakan distribusi tenaga dokter hingga kedaerah-daerah terpencil dan daerah bermasalah kesehatan. Dokter Intership merupakan suatu program “Pre-registration trainning sebelum mendapat Surat Tanda Registrasi (STR) dari Konsil Kedokteran Indonesia (KKI) […]
By : admrack | Oct 24, 2017

Begini Cara Hacker Rusia Curi Data melalui Anti Virus Kaspersky

Hacker asal Rusia mencuri data rahasia National Security Agent (NSA) melalui salah satu agen kontraktornya. Kejadian yang diketahui berlangsung pada 2015 ini merupakan pembobolan besar di internal NSA. Dikutip dari Wall Street Journal, Minggu (8/10/2017), pencurian data ini diduga terjadi setelah si agen NSA mentransfer data-data tersebut ke komputer miliknya. Agen tersebut menggunakan software antivirus […]
By : admrack | Oct 8, 2017

Kesalahan pada tombol ctrl-alt-del yang tidak kita tahu

Ada beberapa kombinasi tombol keyboard yang bisa dimanfaatkan di sistem operasi Windows, di antaranya ctrl-alt-del. Namun Bill Gates menyesal telah membuat kombinasi tersebut. Ctrl-alt-del jika ditekan bersamaan punya fungsi tertentu, misalnya bisa menginterupsi sebuah program yang hang dengan memunculan task manager. Tapi Bill menilai kombinasi itu terlalu ribet dan dia sebenarnya ingin ctrl-alt-del jadi satu […]
By : admrack | Sep 22, 2017

WannaCry Hero Arrested on Kronos Malware Charges

In a stunning twist, U.S. authorities this week arrested a British cyber-researcher credited with stopping the spread of the WannaCry ransomware virus on charges he helped develop and deploy the Kronos banking trojan that attacked financial institutions around the world in 2014. Following a two-year investigation, a federal grand jury in Wisconsin last month handed […]
By : admrack | Aug 25, 2017

Moving to a new web hosting company is quite simple

As your WordPress site grows from a few visits a day to thousands of visits a month and more, the shared hosting account that provides its bandwidth, storage, and processing may be unable to keep up with the increased traffic. Either it will perform poorly for all visitors — slow page loads with frequent unresponsiveness. […]
By : admrack | Jul 19, 2017

Microsoft Donates $465 Million in Cloud Services in 2016

Brought to you by Talkin’ Cloud Microsoft has made significant headway on its goal to provide $1 billion in cloud services for non-profits and researchers over three years, donating $465 million in cloud services to 71,000 organizations so far in its first year of the effort. Microsoft Philanthropies was created just over a year ago […]
By : webmaster | Mar 4, 2017

Amazon Says Employee Error Caused Tuesday’s Cloud Outage

(Bloomberg) — Inc. said efforts to fix a bug in its cloud-computing service caused prolonged disruptions Tuesday that affected thousands of websites and apps, from project-management and expense-reporting tools to commuter alerts. An Amazon Web Services employee working on the issue accidentally switched off more computer servers than intended at 9:37 a.m. Seattle time, […]
By : webmaster | Feb 4, 2017

Bug ‘exposes’ WhatsApp message secrets

Some messages sent through WhatsApp can be intercepted and read thanks to a bug in the app, suggests research. The bug arises because of the way WhatsApp encrypts the messages sent via its service. Security expert Thomas Boelter found that eavesdropping was possible when circumstances called for encryption keys to be reissued. Mr Boelter told […]
By : webmaster | Jan 14, 2017

10 Days of DDoS: an Actor’s “Working” Hours

Threat actors working on a schedule similar to that of legitimate businesses recently launched large distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks for ten days in a row, CloudFlare researchers warn. Starting on Nov. 23 and running through Dec. 2, the actor behind a DDoS-capable tool has been launching large-scale attacks for roughly eight hours each […]
By : webmaster | Dec 5, 2016

Microsoft Goes All In for Linux

While not quite at the level of a parting of the waters, the news that Microsoft has joined The Linux Foundation may seem miraculous to those aware of the past enmity between the company and the open source community. Microsoft Goes All In for Linux Microsoft has joined The Linux Foundation as a platinum member, […]
By : webmaster | Nov 21, 2016

Facebook and Google to Build Transpacific Submarine Cable

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Facebook has partnered with Google to pay for construction of what will be one of the highest-capacity submarine cable systems stretching across the Pacific Ocean, connecting Los Angeles to Hong Kong. This is a second such partnership Facebook has gotten involved in and yet another example of changes […]
By : webmaster | Oct 14, 2016
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