Free online templates for making invitations, to print at the home or office, can be found on various websites. This article roots out where the best and most user-friendly resources are on the Web. If you have an upcoming event and want an inexpensive way to get the word out, read on.
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If you’re using a Nokia cell phone with GPS capabilities you may have noticed at certain times that its rather hard to receive a GPS signal, while at other times you can receive a signal in a matter of seconds. In this article I’ll explain how to receive faster GPS coordinates with little effort.
Free templates to customize and create event and announcement cards are easily accessible on the Web and a snap for the novice to manipulate and execute this desktop publishing task inexpensively and quickly. This article will show you where to find these free templates.
Here we will explain why and how the ‘active server pages’ framework originated: what its initial use was in web applications, and how it developed into its modern version or ASP.net.
Pamphlets designed from the free templates available on the Web are an invaluable marketing tool for your small business. This article is another in my free templates series highlighting the resources available on the Internet to aid you in accomplishing any desktop publishing project cheaply.
In Part 1 we defined data incident management and examined how to prepare for incidents when they occur. In this article, we continue the series by examining how to prevent data loss and network outages. The methods of detecting, analyzing, and reporting data issues to recovery teams are explained.
A quick tutorial on how to switch your digital video clips from color to black and white using Final Cut Pro.
Logical controls, also called technical controls, are used to provide access to your organization’s data in a manner that conforms to management policies. This includes the enforcement of the principles of least privilege and separation of duties. This article looks at both preventive logical controls, in both hardware and software.
Policies are the heart of a security program. They are management’s statement of support and expected outcomes from security controls. In this article, we examine the various components of a policy. (This article is updated content from the book, “Just Enough Security.”)
In this final installment of the Information Security Primer series, we’ll examine some fundamentals of risk management, specifically the components of a sound security program. The proper application of risk management principles provides the framework upon which managers base the reasonable and appropriate application of security controls.