At this time, not many people have proper knowledge about open source CRM, specially the small scale businesses, where an open source CRM application is not considered as a serious thought. It is very sure that soon it will leave its imprint all over the market. Open source is now becoming a preference of many
You were in your mind and didn’t realize you just pressed the delete button or pressed empty the recycle button. It’s an awful feeling. And, if it is something substantial then you get that sickening feeling, realizing what you just did. Fortunately, you might be able to recover deleted files without having to run to
Almost everyone today uses computer for working. When the people are working, they have a lot of data which they deal with. They may be some serious problem due to which the data is lost and this problem affects almost each and every person on this planet. This loss can happen anywhere and the person
Oracle has released an emergency Java security update to fix a critical vulnerability that could allow attackers to compromise computers when they visit specially crafted websites. The company has assigned CVE-2016-0636 as the identifier for the vulnerability, which suggests that it is a new flaw discovered this year — but that’s not really the case.
Not having any details about the latest Badlock bug is frustrating, but IT administrators can do more than mark their calendars and wait for the security update. In fact, simply waiting is a bad idea. Wedding save-the-dates let invited guests clear the calendar and make travel arrangements. IT administrators should treat the Badlock pre-release announcement
A new ransomware program written in Windows PowerShell is being used in attacks against enterprises, including health care organizations, researchers warn. PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework that’s included in Windows and is commonly used by systems administrators. It has its own powerful scripting language that has been used to create sophisticated
Microsoft’s developer-centric Build conference opens its doors this week, the second such gathering since the minting of the “new” Microsoft with Satya Nadella in the driver’s seat. The changes to Microsoft since Nadella came on board have been encouraging: a firm consolidation of Microsoft’s presence in the cloud, the transformation of its app-dev ecosystem via
It’s hard enough for non-technical users to deal with ransomware infections: understanding public-key cryptography, connecting to the Tor anonymity network and paying with Bitcoin cryptocurrency. A new malicious program now makes it even more difficult by completely locking victims out of their computers. The new Petya ransomware overwrites the master boot record (MBR) of the
The industrial Internet of things doesn’t just show up in a box at the door ready to use. It takes integration to deploy IoT systems and get the maximum benefit. That’s because IoT isn’t one thing, but many linked together in pursuit of a business objective. For example, making power consumption data more accurate and
The first public version of Stali, a Linux distribution built to be as fast and small as possible, has been released after several years of work. This first release of the entire Stali OS fits into a 34MB ISO. Stali stands for static Linux, with “static” referring to how all binaries in the distribution are built statically against their libraries.