Combining computers with my love of science :)

 

Jason Moore

Networking Essentials

Scaling your network is the next step for most businesses. There are computer networks everywhere these days. From the business to our homes, local area networks and wireless systems are common and easy to create. What happens though when you want to connect 2 or more local area networks together? Well it gets really interesting then. Most organizations aspire to grow. When an organization or business grows they will need to connect remote offices. Connecting your lans together or just adding wireless in a wide area network is the natural evolution of scaling your infrastructure.
 
 
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C++ Essentials

This is my guide for students just starting with beginning C++. Programming in general is not the easiest thing to do. With just a little effort it can be easy to pick up. I cover the essential basics here with lots of examples.

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Elements Of Unified Communications

Unified communications is an important buzzword these days. It can mean several different things. There are some things in common though. Almost all implementations include messaging, VOIP, and some sort of collaboration. I want to talk about those today. 
 
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Using Functions in C++

Using Functions in C++
This article is about using functions in C++. Functions reuse code to help solve problems. It is described as doing a small part that can be used elsewhere in your program. Today I want to show you how to do that.
 
 
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What Cloud Computing Really Means

Cloud computing is used a lot these days. Many times people are referring to totally different concepts. When mentioning it, however, there is definitely a disconnect or a lack of understanding of what this means. I will clear some things up and give a good overview of what we are talking about when we say "cloud computing".

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Network Management Guide

In this network management guide I try to talk about the basics of everything that goes into managing and monitoring a network. I will talk about monitoring most aspects of you network along with things to do to help it.

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Powershell For Beginners

My Powershell for beginners guide will teach you the fundamentals of this tool in a Windows environment. It has been around a long time and has been through several versions already. Many information technology people have waited to become familiar with this tool. They did so because many were not sure it would continue to be supported in the future. Well we now know that not only has it continued to be supported but it is the preferred way by many to administer a Windows environment. So continue with me and we will discuss the basics so that you can go on and make this a long learning endeavor.

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Aindien's Hints On Using Onenote

In this article I am going to give you some hints on using OneNote from Microsoft Office. OneNote is a great program to keep detailed records, a journal, documentation, or even a simple checklist. It has a lot of uses for a lot of people. Since you can customize the workflow in it almost anyone can make use of it.

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Aindien's Guide To Digital Analytics Principles

Digital analytics principles is all the rage these days. It is easy to understand why. When you have a website you need to know exactly what your visitors are doing. You need to know where they are going and what buttons they are clicking on.This is where Analytics comes in. It is an extremely useful tool but you need to know how to use it. In this article I talk about terms, how to get started, and using it to your website's advantage.

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Getting Started With Windows 10 Accounts

Getting started with Windows 10 accounts is easy. There is a lot to Microsoft's new operating system and it changes constantly. It has been out a while now but it seems that the major changes are over for a while. So now is a good time to talk about user accounts.  In this article I will go over the things you need to have a great experience with it.

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Aindien's Guide To Network Communications

 

A computer network can handle a lot of different roles these days. Essentially it pushes data around to devices and controls what happens. Some of the more interesting uses for a network now is VOIP communications and video conferencing. In this guide to network communications I go over some of those details.

 

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How To Use Raid On Your Computer

How to use Raid on your computer is a guide explaining what Raid is and how you should approach it. I talk about how to get started with it and descriptions of the various types. It can be a tough decision as to whether you should use as hardware controller or software but I talk about this as well.

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Computer Networking Devices

I have talked about computer networking devices before in previous articles. Today, however, I will go into more detail and cover some of the more common devices in more depth. The most common devices are access points, routers, firewalls, and switches. In their respective sections I want to discuss some of the details that I had to leave out before.

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Step by Step Excel 2016 Tutorial

This is my Step by Step Excel 2016 Tutorial. Excel 2016 is new and it can be confusing. I was told this recently and I totally agree with that statement. It looks and feels different than the previous versions.

If you have always been a little afraid or unsure of how to use Microsoft Excel well, I wrote this step by step Excel 2016 tutorial just for you! After reading this and going through my examples I promise you will have a much better grasp on how to use Excel spreadsheets.

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Network Basics: Easy Addressing and Routing

Network Basics: Easy Addressing and Routing is all about the TCP/IP protocols and what they do. Our present day internet is totally dependent on this system because because of how it developed and without a doubt it can be confusing.

Think about it:

The reason TCP/IP was used was because it was rock solid. However, it seems like there are a million details to it and I am sure you would agree with me. The addressing and routing that moves all of our internet traffic between Facebook, Twitter, and all of our other favorite websites uses TCP/IP primarily so there has to be a reason for it right? There really is so let me explain to it to you.

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Google Docs Tutorial For Beginners

Everyone knows about Google and nearly everyone knows about Google Apps. It is the second most used software for Office suites. One of the most used within their system are the documents or Docs for short. It is their cool word processing app that you can use online from any computer. In this guide, Google Docs tutorial for beginners,  I show how to make the most of this great software.

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How The OSI Model Works

The OSI model is a theoretical framework on how networking works. It tries to tie together all of the different protocols that we depend on today to use the internet. In this guide I explain what it is in as much detail as I can and how it is used because knowing how the OSI model works can be very useful.

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How To Use The Computer Management Tools In Windows 10

In this article I am going to show you how to use the Computer Management Tools in Windows 10. It is most helpful in figuring out what is wrong with your computer or seeing what can be done to speed it up. They are good tools to be familiar with and details can tell you a lot. Since computers never break or malfunction, (sarcastic tone if you can't tell) it pays to know a few things to try.

Sometimes, though,  you just have to send it off and let people like myself work on it. However, if I can teach you something that might save you a bit of money then that would be great. Saving you money is always a good thing.

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