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The OSI model is a standardized conceptual framework consisting of seven layers that allow computers to communicate with each other.

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How to fix ‘remote desktop can’t connect to the remote computer’

“Remote desktop can’t connect to the remote computer” is a common error you’ll see while connecting to a remote computer.…

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Ask Our Readers: Brave browser, cryptic crypto wallets, Daaps — Help!

Everyone has their share of problems in this life. But IT professionals like us tend to have more of them.…

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PC crash have you down in the dumps? Find the cause from dump files

Dump files contain data “dumped” from a program’s memory when it crashes. There’s a lot of information there that can…

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Setting up static IP address for Linux: Easier than you think

Static IP address are important for an array of networking tasks. Here’s how to set up a static IP address…

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Best Windows SSH clients to boost work-from-home security

With so many people working from home because of COVID-19, SSH has never been more important. Here are the best…

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Gateways and routers: A head-to-head comparison

Gateways and routers perform different functions, so both are necessary for a network. Let’s look at their similarities and differences.

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Why SMBs need a standalone solution for Windows 10 patch management

Is patch management for the Windows PCs at your business driving you crazy? Maybe there's a different solution than the…

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Nmap: All about this free open-source network monitoring tool

Nmap is a free open-source tool used to scan networks, identify vulnerabilities, find open ports, discover hosts automatically, and more.

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