Staying clean while staying "green" is a challenge many companies face these days. With the rapid growth of technology, the most up-to-date electronics quickly become obsolete, as businesses struggle ...
Each year, Americans dispose of hundreds of millions of computer product units. Most of that e-waste joins our already teeming landfill or goes to outside incinerators.†
There are several methods that are used by certified data destruction companies to guarantee consistent results, all of which fall under two categories: logical and physical data destruction. Cert...
This article attempts to clearly and simply describe what a NTP server is and why it is an essential part of a modern computer network infrastructure.
This article describes the components required to utilise GPS for computer timing applications. It also discusses how the GPS system can be used for computer network timing by using the Network Time P...
Many networks in organisations suffer from a lack of time synchronisation between servers, workstations and other network components. This can lead to problems processing time critical information and...
This article discusses how the GPS system can be utilised by NTP server systems for precise network timing. It also describes the hardware required to utilise the GPS system for timing applications.
This article discuses various methods of maintaining precise time on computer systems and describes how to use Internet NTP servers as accurate timing references.
This article describes how the MSF-60 time signal can be decoded and used to synchronise computers and NTP time server systems.
This article describes various ways of keeping the time on your computer accurate. It also shows how to synchronise a computers system clock with a highly accurate reference clock.
This article describes available atomic clock timing references and their use in computer network time synchronisation and NTP time servers.
This article discusses how to install and configure the NTP Server application on a Linux machine to synchronise time with an Internet based public NTP Server.
This article describes the security aspects of the NTP protocol and specifically using MD5 keys to authenticate a time server.
This article introduces a number of external reference clock time and frequency resources that can be used for synchronising a stratum 1 NTP time server.
This article describes the differences between NTP and SNTP. The article also discusses when SNTP can be safely used in place of the full-blown NTP protocol. It also outlines the differences between a...