Just a quick thanks!

Good day to all our readers!

I have noticed that traffic has picked up quite allot on our new site! Thank you to all who have been visiting us, I hope to see more of you coming along soon too!

http://blog.lpfsystems.com/

See you soon!

Kenny

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We Are Moving!!

Hi all!

You may have noticed that the site has not been updated too recently – we have been extremely busy getting our new blog up and running. Please visit us at: http://blog.lpfsystems.com/!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Windows vs Linux – 10 Key Differences

You know there is always this clash between the Windows and Linux communities. I have personally experienced the clashes with old classmates and current colleagues, it drives me insane! So what is it that everyone is missing? The fact that one is not better than the other, they just differ. Linux may perform better than Windows in certain environments and vice versa. Now here’s where I throw a spanner in the gears – Mac may outperform both Windows and Linux in some cases! But enough rambling, what are the differences between Windows and Linux? Read the rest of this entry »

Recreate The Wheel – Well, At Least Your Entertainment System

When you have a PC running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate, you can take advantage of the many features of Windows Media Center, including the ability to use your computer to watch live TV and as a digital video recorder (DVR). Read the rest of this entry »

Wireless Etiquette

Hey again everyone! I was going through some of the great sites on the net, I stumbled across a page initially posted by Christopher Elliott (Specializing in technology, travel and mobile computing). I found it quite interesting, so of course, I decided to share it with you! Read the rest of this entry »

Protecting Your Digital Lifestyle

If you are anything like me, you love your gadgets! I would go crazy without my Samsung Blackjack. I keep music on it, my E-mail is there, not to mention all my contacts! This is my central hub of communication! Even my Internet access – when i am not on the office network, i use my Blackjack to connect. Beautiful! Now this brings me to my laptop, what if i lose this? Both are synchronised with our Exchange server, but what about sensitive documents on the local disk?? Hmmm… Here are some suggestions! Read the rest of this entry »

The 15-petabyte network and the atom smasher

Enough information to fill multiple CDs every second is flowing across the world on a network 1,000 times faster than home broadband.

Terabytes of data are streaming through dedicated fiber-optic links between laboratories and universities globally in preparation for the world’s largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider, being switched on in August at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Large Hadron Collider Computing Grid (LCG), a super-high-bandwidth network, will channel about 15 petabytes–15 million gigabytes–of data from the LHC to about 5,000 scientists in 500 institutions every year for at least 10 years.

Read more on CNet here