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PUBLISHED BY Microsoft Press A Division of Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond, Washington 98052-6399 Copyright © 2010 by Ian McLean and Orin Thomas All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009932326 ISBN: 978-0-7356-2708-6 Printed and bound in the United States of America. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 QG 8 7 6 5 4 3 Microsoft Press books are available through booksellers and distributors worldwide. If you need support related to this book, email Microsoft Press Book Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please tell us what you think of this book at http:// www.microsoft.com/learning/booksurvey. Microsoft, Microsoft Press, Access, Active Directory, ActiveX, Aero, BitLocker, DirectX, Excel, Hyper-V, Internet Explorer, MS, MS-DOS, Natural, Outlook, PowerPoint, ReadyBoost, SQL Server, Visual Basic, Win32, Windows, Windows Live, Windows Media, Windows Mobile, Windows NT, Windows PowerShell, Windows Server, and Windows Vista are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.
Our scenario for AV-Comparatives’ 2013 Business Software Review is a single-site company network with a domain controller/file server running Windows Server 2012, and 25 client PCs, running a mix of Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows XP. A company of this size may well not have a full-time IT manager, so we have considered the management and monitoring of the security software from the point of view of someone who is not highly trained or experienced in IT administration, and only looks after the system part-time. We do however assume that the initial installation/deployment of the software will be carried out by an IT professional who is familiar with small business networks. The increasing availability of hosted Microsoft Exchange services, combined with the fact that Windows Server 2012 has no counterpart to Small Business Server, means that we have not looked at antivirus software for Microsoft Exchange in this year’s review. Although it is a minor point, we start our review of each product by considering how easy it is for the administrator to find the right software components and documentation on the manufacturer’s website. It can be time-consuming and frustrating to have to search for all the items needed, or to find that deployment has to be interrupted because a necessary component is missing. The next task for the administrator is to look at the documentation and find the sections relevant to installing the console (where applicable) and deploying the client software. We note here that “quick start guides” can be ideal for these tasks, providing they contain all the necessary details.
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This paper outlines the factors you need to consider related to BitLocker when moving to Microsoft Windows 7 in the enterprise. Understanding the facts and thinking long term about how emerging technologies such as this will impact your business are key to running an efficient and productive IT shop. From operations to compliance to usability you’ll learn about potential shortcomings and obstacles with BitLocker so you can make informed decisions on enterprise data encryption technologies moving forward. No matter what the regulators demand, the auditors recommend, or the naysayers rail against, the reality is that data encryption matters. When you think about the growing information system complexities, the risks associated with mobile computing, and the privacy/security regulations most businesses are faced with, the importance of protecting sensitive data with drive encryption technologies becomes clear. It’s a critical piece of layered security and an excellent way to help ensure that sensitive data isn’t exposed in the event of loss, theft, or other attack. Ensuring reasonable data protection to meet the demands of doing business today requires well thought out security controls. Even with the prevalent regulatory requirements and the obvious benefits of data encryption there are still many organizations that haven’t adopted encryption as a core component of information risk management. Many in management say things like “Anything of importance is on our servers and doesn’t need to be encrypted”. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Copyright © 2009 – All Rights Reserved.
HP Notebook PCs - Upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8 This document pertains to HP Notebook computers to be upgraded from Windows 7 using a digital copy of Windows 8. You may perform either an In-place Installation that retains your data and settings from Windows 7, or a Clean Installation (custom) that deletes all data from the hard drive before installing Windows 8. Please read the following important information before beginning your upgrade: Not all Windows 8 features may be available on all Windows 7 computers. Your computer may require additional hardware, software, firmware, and/or a BIOS upgrade to install and run Windows 8. HP provides upgrade instructions and drivers for most computers sold after October 1st, 2011. For information about the Microsoft Windows 8 Upgrade Offer go to www.windowsupgradeoffer.com and www.windowsupgradeoffer.com/enUS/Home/Faq. Check these sites frequently, as some details may change and/or additional information may become available.
In this paper we will examine the role of geometry in selected examples of art and architecture from selected regions of the Western World. We will start from the Byzantine Empire. In the beginning we will briefly look at the role of geometry in Byzantine architecture and architectural decorations. Then we will explore other types of architectural decorations where geometry was used while creating these decorations. We will examine selected Cosmati designs in Roman architecture and then we will show the geometry behind the Gothic tracery (part 2 of this paper). Most of the designs discussed in this paper are based on circular and interlaced shapes. We will show how these designs were created. We will use Geometer’s Sketchpad to recreate them. For most of us the word 'art' is a synonym of painting, sculpture and sometimes calligraphy. We consider also music as a form of art. For an average person art has nothing in common with mathematics or even geometry. However, if we look into the textbooks of history then we will find that ancient Greeks considered art and mathematics as tightly connected disciplines. There were many artists who have been inspired by mathematics and studied mathematics as a mean of complementing their works. The Greek sculptor Polykleitos recommended a series of mathematical proportions for carving the ideal male nude. Renaissance painters turned to mathematics and many of them became accomplished mathematicians themselves. We can find mathematics in creations of the middle century Islamic artists as well as in works of Gothic masons.
UNDERSTAND WHAT MAKES A GOLDEN KEYWORD 1. SEARCH VOLUME This is the number of searches that a keyword gets on monthly basis. It indicates approximately how much trafﬁc we can get once we got ﬁrst page ranking for a speciﬁc keyword. Google Ranking Average Trafﬁc Share 1 32.5% 2 17.6% 3 11.4% The higher the search volume, the higher the amount of visitors your website can get once it ranks for the keyword. 4 8.1% 5 6.1% 6 4.4% The rule of thumb is to only pick a keyword with at least 1,500 monthly searches to make it worthwhile to rank for it. 7 3.5% 8 3.1% 9 2.6% 10 2.4% According to this research, a website with the ﬁrst position in the search results contributed to 33% of the trafﬁc, compared to 18% for the second position. The table on the left shows the breakdown of average trafﬁc percentages by Google result ranking for results 1-10. As you can see, we need to rank in at least top 3 to get a decent amount of trafﬁc. 2. COST PER CLICK CPC represents how much people are willing to pay for a click for a speciﬁc keyword. It also represents how much you can make per ad click if you have Adsense ad on your website (roughly 60% of the number showed). The higher the CPC, the more money to be made. In short, if people are paying a lot of money for a click for a certain search term, then the trafﬁc is lucrative and can bring in a lot of money for you. But for amazon afﬁliate website, CPC is not so important. 2 3. BUYER KEYWORDS Buyer keywords are keywords that include some phrases that show the interest and intent in buying things of a searcher. This is fairly simple. If a person types in “buy canon t3i”, it clearly shows that they’re looking to buy a new camera. Targeting this keyword will result in more sales. On the ﬂip side, if someone just types in “canon t3i”, they might be looking for photos, information and some other things related canon t3i. This keyword is still great but it’s not as proﬁtable as the ﬁrst keyword. Here are some samples of buyer keywords that you should focus on: • “Best [Keyword]” • “[Keyword] Review]” • “[Keyword” Reviews]” • “Top Rated [Keyword]” • “Where To Buy [Keyword]” • “[Keyword] Discount” • “[Keyword] Deals” 4. PROFITABILITY To ensure the highest proﬁtability possible, we need to only target keywords that have highpriced products available to promote. The rule of thumb is to aim for keywords that have products in the $50-$500 range. 5. SEASONALITY Search based around the word “Valentine” will not get high search volume in the summer. Search based on events will not get a large search volume in the future. This is a common sense. Be sure to enter your keyword to Google Trends to know that whether it gets sustainable search volume for all the year or just peak on a period of time. 3 HOW TO DO FIRST PAGE COMPETITION ANALYSIS This is really a skill that you need to master to succeed with niche website building. We’re not going to compete with big companies with huge budget, so we have to carefully select keywords that we know we can rank for with minimal effort. Google uses over 200 factors to determine the ranking of a website, but there’s only a few things that we need to consider when doing ﬁrst page competition analysis.
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In an effort to keep consumers more informed about the reliability of the products they buy, over the past year and a half, SquareTrade has taken a look at the failure rates of many types and brands of laptops, cell phones, and game consoles. This time we turn our attention to digital cameras. In this reliability report, SquareTrade examines digital camera reliability from a few different angles. We start with an overview of digital camera failures, both from manufacturer defects and accidents. We then compare camera reliability by brand and price point. This analysis examines customer reported failure data from a sample of over 60,000 new digital cameras purchased by SquareTrade warranty customers (see Appendix for sample details). SquareTrade offers warranty plans that cover accidental damage as well as hardware failures, and we consider malfunctions from normal usage (“malfunctions”) separate from accidents (“accidents”) in our analysis. We refer to “total failure rate” as the sum of failure rates due to malfunctions and accidents. Among our conclusions, we found that almost 11% of digital cameras fail over the first 2 years of ownership, with 6.6% of failures coming from malfunctions and 4.1% from accidents. We also found the least expensive point-and-shoot digital cameras to be the least reliable, while expensive DSLR cameras tended to be the most reliable. This correlation between price and reliability was also found in SquareTrade’s earlier research on laptop computers as well. When we break the reported malfunction analysis down by brand and price, Panasonic clearly emerges as the most reliable brand of point-and-shoots. For example, on inexpensive point-and-shoot cameras, Panasonic had a malfunction rate of just 5.3% over the first 2 years. On the opposite end of the spectrum are Casio and Polaroid, with 2 year malfunction rates of 13.0% and 11.9% respectively. Now let’s delve into the data and take a look at the numbers. Please note that this study only includes digital cameras. Whenever we use the word camera, we are only referring to digital cameras.
Microsoft Windows is the first most name that comes in thoughts of almost every user’s mind while going for an Operating System. On our working PC’s Windows OS is the most beloved one with a huge list of features inbuilt, including remote assistance.