Day: April 4, 2020

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From transportation to commerce to hospitality, entire industries in the U.S. and abroad are all suffering deep across-the-board losses in the wake of COVID-19 aftereffects.

While many industries face uncertain futures, software development and engineering isn’t likely to be one of them. Technology and the web is more vital now than ever, with software already supporting one in every 10 American jobs. With the average software developer making $114,000 a year —more than twice the annual U.S.

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Online PLC Training Centers: Industrial Applications of PLCs

PLCs or Programmable Logic Controllers are computers with microprocessors used for industrial automation purposes that automate machine function, specific processes, or the entire production line. It is an electronic device used in a lot of industries like medical, construction, manufacturing, mining, information technology, electronics, food, aerospace, food, transport, agriculture or energy, to monitor, as well as control production processes and building systems.

It is designed to help perform a set of tasks, except real-time constraints with superior performance and reliability. To meet the demands of unrelenting industrial environments, Programmable Logic Controllers are designed to be sturdy, durable, usually capable of … Read More

How enterprise networking is changing with a work-at-home workforce

As the coronavirus spreads, public and private companies as well as government entities are requiring employees to work from home, putting unforeseen strain on all manner of networking technologies and causing bandwidth and security concerns.  What follows is a round-up of news and traffic updates that Network World will update as needed to help keep up with the ever-changing situation.  Check back frequently!


In an April 2nd call with the Federal Communications Commission chair, the nation’s largest telecom and broadband providers reported network usage during the COVID-19 pandemic had risen about 20-35% for fixed networks and 10-20% for

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Tech pitches in to fight COVID-19 pandemic

As IT pros around the world go all-out to support a workforce that’s suddenly fully remote, many technology workers and companies are also joining efforts to alleviate the COVID-19 crisis in various ways, including developing products to combat the virus, tracking and predicting its spread, and protecting hospitals from cyberattacks.

HPE Aruba provides network help to floating hospital in Italy

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has installed network infrastructure on the GNV Splendid, a passenger ferry that has been turned into a floating hospital to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moored in Genoa, Italy, the ship now provides

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