Found 102 Articles for Information Technology

Top Software Design Trends

Priyanka Mangane
Updated on 20-Jan-2023 12:22:31
Are you a software developer or an engineer? Do you want to learn more about the top latest software design trends that will upskill your career skills and increase your business leadership skills? Then, read the article to know more about top software design trends! Technology never stops updating itself, and when it comes to technology and IT, the first thing that strikes everyone's mind is Software. Hundreds and thousands of software are developed daily, and as technology is evolving, many enhancements can be seen in the field of software development. New techniques, technology, tools, and concepts are introduced, making ... Read More

Differences between Agile IT Governance and COBIT

Jui Mondal
Updated on 11-Jan-2023 17:57:46
Information technology (IT) plays an essential role in the current business world in data management and protection. With everything in the world becoming digitized, businesses need to understand the paramount importance of data governance. Every IT company and organization manages several departments to streamline operations and achieve maximum profits. However, handling different departments can be overwhelming, especially when you have to do it manually without the help of tools and technology. There are numerous platforms available for IT companies to help them manage and govern their organization seamlessly and streamline their operations. Agile IT Governance and COBIT are popular platforms ... Read More

Top 5 Myths of Digital Transformation

Gursheen Kaur
Updated on 06-Dec-2022 07:53:07
In the last few years, it has become clear that digital transformation is not just about IT. It’s about how we interact with employees, customers, and partners; how we work together as an organization; and even how we think about our business. It’s a way of thinking that goes beyond what you do during your lunch hour or at the water cooler. The challenge for any organization is how to approach this transformative change. We may have seen great examples of organizations embracing the concept of digital transformation, but there are still many misconceptions about what this means for all ... Read More

Computer Network - Definition, Components, Objectives

Shubham Vora
Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:11:53
PCs are incredible things; however, they genuinely sparkle when they are important for an organization. When a gadget is associated with an organization, it can achieve a lot more, including web surfing, conveying and working with partners, looking into data, putting away information, and managing a monetary exchange, in addition to other things. A PC network is a ton of gadgets related through joins. A middle point can be a PC, printer, or other gadget arranged to send or get the information. The affiliations imparting the middle focuses are known as correspondence channels. PC Affiliation incorporates conveyed managing in ... Read More

Difference between DevOps and SysOps

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 21-Jul-2022 12:16:35
The introduction of cloud computing was a significant step in the advancement of technology and carries with it an exciting prospect for the future. The debate between SysOps and DevOps is becoming increasingly prominent as a result of the proliferation of new technologies that are entering the field of cloud computing.What is DevOps?The culture of software development known as DevOps encourages close cooperation between the software development team and the operations team in order to boost both collaboration and productivity. In addition to this, the technique entails the implementation of DevOps concepts and practices, as well as the use of ... Read More

What are the challenges of a Computer Network?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 17-Mar-2022 06:58:44
Let's try to understand what reliability challenges for computer networks are.This can be defined as packet loss, bandwidth saturation, and latency, but this type of information would be really unhelpful to those IT companies whose networks are small, and failures not well under- stood & might be limited to rebooting.Five reliability challengesThe reliability challenges for a computer network are as follows −Host IdentificationThe Host ID is the portion of an IP address that uniquely identifies a host on a given TCP/IP network.The smaller networks can be easily configured with the help of manual addressing, but it becomes a serious problem ... Read More

Difference Between Informed and Uninformed Search

Updated on 29-Apr-2021 06:15:33
In this post, we will understand the difference between informed search and uninformed search −Informed SearchThey contain information on goal state.It helps search efficiently.The information is obtained by a function that helps estimate how close a current state is, to the goal state.Examples of informed search include greedy search and graph search.It uses the knowledge in the process of searching.It helps find the solution quickly.It may or may not be complete.It is inexpensive.It consumes less time.It gives the direction about the solution.It is less lengthy to implement.Uninformed SearchThey don’t have any additional information.The information is only provided in the problem ... Read More

The Bluetooth Frame Structure

Updated on 11-Sep-2020 10:49:51
The Bluetooth network technology connects mobile devices wirelessly using short-wavelength, ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio waves over a short range to form a personal area network (PAN). Data is transferred between the Bluetooth devices as data frames. Two basic frame formats are defined, for transmitting data at basic data rate and for transmitting data at enhanced data rate.Bluetooth Frame Format with Basic Data RateA Bluetooth frame with basic rate has three parts, access code, header and data as shown in the following diagram−The various fields are−Access Code− A 72-bit field containing synchronization bits to identify the master.Header− A 54-bit field containing ... Read More

Asynchronous Connection-Less (ACL) Link

Updated on 11-Sep-2020 10:48:24
Bluetooth link layers define two types of data links, Asynchronous Connection-Less (ACL) Link, being one of them. It is the type of link used for transmission of general data packets using Bluetooth connection. ACL is a point – to – multipoint link used for irregular traffic between a master device and one or more slave devices.Features of Bluetooth ACL linksACL is a packet oriented link, i.e. the link establishes a packet – switched network.ACL is used for transmission of data traffic which are delivered at irregular intervals, where maintaining data integrity is more important than the time latency.Both symmetric and ... Read More

Synchronous Connection-Oriented (SCO) Link

Updated on 11-Sep-2020 10:43:39
Bluetooth link layers define two types of data links, Synchronous Connection Oriented (SCO) link, being one of them. SCO is a symmetric, point-to-point link between the master device and the slave device connected via Bluetooth.Features of Bluetooth SCO linksIn SCO, a dedicated, point-to-point link is established between the master device and the slave device before communication starts.SCO is a symmetric link, i.e. fixed slots are allocated for each direction.Since fixed slots are reserved, SCO provides a circuit switched connection.SCO radio links are used for time critical data transfer, particularly for voice data.Both the master and the slave device transmit encoded ... Read More
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