PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts to make you Shine
PowerPoint is a graphical program you navigate with a mouse, but often keyboard shortcuts are must faster to use. The boss just called you into their office and explained that they are extreme pressure by the CEO to get a slide deck together quickly for the new marketing project. You have to move quickly. The […]
Information Leakage From Radio-Frequency Emissions
If you’ve taken Learning Tree’s introduction to cybersecurity course, you may remember that it explains some ways attackers can see what a user types on a keyboard. Those are examples of “information leakage”. It also may be possible for an attacker to use an inexpensive USB radio dongle device or even-WiFi to capture and decode […]
PortableApps can save your Boss’s conference presentation
PortableApps allows you to present your content anywhere at anytime! PortableApps makes it easy for you to take required applications and content with you no matter where you go so that you can make the conference presentation successfully. Imagine, The Boss has an important conference presentation next week. Or maybe they have to deliver a […]
GPU Processing in R: Is it worth it?
It would be difficult for an R user not to have heard of GPU processing. In 2006, about seven years after it invented the GPU, Nvidia released the first incarnation of CUDA, the architecture that allowed scientists, engineers, and statisticians to use high-end graphics processors as pure floating-point number-crunchers. Today, Nvidia’s CUDA platform, specific for […]
How Should I Dispose of My Old Electronics (That May Have Passwords In Them)?
Recycling is good. I even wrote about recycling your devices a couple of years ago. Just recently the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team or US-CERT (part of the US Department of Homeland Security – DHS) issued Security Tip ST18-15 on Proper Disposal of Electronic Devices. Given that new “Tip” and the fact that this is […]