What is an Exchange Hybrid Deployment? A hybrid deployment offers organizations the ability to extend their administrative control, seamless look & feel and feature-rich experience that they have with their existing on-premises Microsoft Exchange deployment to an online in Microsoft Office 365 deployment. Additionally, a hybrid deployment can serve as an intermediate step prior to moving to a completely online Exchange environment without down time....

Distributed Networking
Posted by prem chander / May 09, 2017

" The first use case to be decribed is connecting networks without the need for a traditional WAN infrastructure. This is done by placing a netPulz Trasparent Network Appliance in a network which connects to a companion device in a second network. Pairing the devices creates a "virtual network" whereby the two different networks appear as one.   "

The government hack of an iPhone used by a San Bernardino killer serves as a reminder that phones and other electronic devices aren\'t impenetrable vaults. While most people aren\'t targets of the NSA, FBI or a foreign government, hackers are looking to steal the financial and personal information of ordinary people. Your phone stores more than just selfies. Your email account on the phone, for instance, is a gateway to resetting banking and other sensitive passwords. Like washing your hands and brushing your te...

Facebook\'s annual developer conference F8 began on Tuesday with a host of announcements, and there was a strong emphasis on virtual reality and augmented reality. Earlier this year at MWC, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had made a surprise appearance at the Samsung presentation to tout the potential of virtual reality, and at F8, he continued on this theme, talking about how the devices will improve, and revealing an open-source 360-degree camera that Facebook wants people to make and tinker with. Here are 10 things you need to know from F8 2016. 1. Facebook revealed a new 360-degree camera, the Surround 360, and released the plans for building it, along with the software u...

Japan\'s Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry is set to strengthen its efforts to develop its own technology for genome editing, by allocating JPY 8.6 billion ($76,995,456 or roughly Rs. 510 crores) over five years from fiscal 2016 to 2020. The technology enables cut-and-paste work in gene modifications as desired. The government intends to efficiently mass-produce medicinal products or fragrance elements by modifying the genes of plants and microbes. Compared to conventional technologies of gene mod...