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Sukesh is a Technical Manager by profession and an IT enterprise and Technology enthusiast by passion. He holds a Master's degree in Software Engineering and has filled in various roles including software development, analysis, consultation, and management predominantly in SaaS and service-driven industries.


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What Is an Access Control List (ACL)?

An access control list (ACL) is a fundamental component of computer security. ACLs help to control and manage access permissions to organizational resources. In this article, I will explain in detail what an access control list is and how you can use them to secure access to local and networked resources. ACLs are an integral part…

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What Is IAM? A Guide to Identity and Access Management

Identity and Access Management (IAM), is a crucial cybersecurity framework that governs and secures digital access to resources. It plays a pivotal role in helping organizations control and secure their digital resources such as apps, files, user identities, permissions, and all other organizational data. IAM also helps ensure the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive information….

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What is Azure Data Studio?

Azure Data Studio is a database management tool from Microsoft. It offers a modern and user-friendly UI for performing several database operations and building customizable dashboards. In this article, I’ll explain how Azure Data Studio works, how it differs from SQL Server Management Studio, and how you can download and install it on your PC….

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AWS (Amazon Web Services)

AWS Certifications: A Complete Guide

In today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape, Amazon Web Services (AWS) remains one of the biggest players in the cloud computing industry. For most IT pros, AWS certifications have become a crucial stepping stone for career advancement. These certifications validate professionals’ expertise with AWS services and indicate their ability to design, deploy, and manage applications on…

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AWS (Amazon Web Services)

What is AWS Lambda?

AWS Lambda is an event-driven, serverless compute service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It enables developers to run code in response to events without having to manage the computing resources and infrastructure needed to run these applications. In this article, I’ll explain how AWS Lambda works and detail the best use cases for this…

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AWS (Amazon Web Services)

What is AWS Amplify?

Last Update: Jun 23, 2023

AWS Amplify is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) application development framework that organizations can use to develop and deploy web and mobile applications. It’s an end-to-end solution for creating an app backend and a frontend UI in just a couple of hours. In this article, I will explain how AWS Amplify works and how it…

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Intel vPro Platform

What is the Intel vPro Platform?

Last Update: Mar 14, 2023

The Intel vPro platform was first announced by the chip maker back in 2007, and it designates a collection of advanced CPU technologies for business PCs. As of today, it provides various features to increase security and manageability to support IT departments in organizations of all sizes. In this article, I’ll explain how the Intel vPro…

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Using Windows Boot Manager to Fix Startup Errors on Windows

Last Update: Feb 06, 2023

Windows PCs may sometimes encounter issues during startup, and that can happen when Windows fails to load properly. In this post, we’ll explain how you can use Windows Boot Manager to troubleshoot boot errors and get your PC up and running again. What is Windows Boot Manager? Windows Boot Manager (Bootmgr.exe) is Microsoft’s proprietary Unified Extensible Firmware…

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Datacenter networking

RAID 5 vs. RAID 6: How to Choose the Best RAID Configuration

Last Update: Jan 16, 2023

Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a data storage technique that groups multiple physical storage disks (HDDs or SSDs) to work together as a single virtual storage drive. In this article, we’ll be detailing two of the most used RAID levels – RAID 5 and RAID 6. We’ll be highlighting the major differences between…

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Cloud Computing

What Are the Best Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) Solutions on the Market?

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-defined infrastructure that virtualizes and packages all the components of a conventional data center including network, storage, and computing resources. Hyperconverged infrastructure platforms allow businesses to virtualize servers, storage, and underlying networks and implement a software-driven control of their IT environment. In this article, we’ll look at the top 5…

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