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T-FORCE VULCAN G, a Gaming SSD With High Performance and Smooth Experience

TEAMGROUP announces the T-FORCE VULCAN G, a Gaming Solid State Drive. With the SATA interface and 3D NAND flash memory, the read and write speeds can reach up to 550MB/s and 500MB/s, which offers 4 times faster read/write speed than traditional hard drives. It also supports SLC caching and Windows TRIM optimization commands, making it...

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An Overview of Continuous Integration of SQL Server Database

Continuous integration (CI) is the practice of integrating the isolated databases as soon as they are pushed into an ordinary source control repository. During the early stage of the continuous integration concept, the rule of thumb followed by database admins was of daily integration. However, lately, it is widespread that constant integration is done many...

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5 Steps to Super Secure Software

Every business, from enterprise-level to smaller companies, is interested in keeping their software systems safe and vulnerability-free. Secure software development is a methodology of software engineering that allows for creating super-secure systems and applications.  In this post, we are going to have a look at 5 steps that every company can take to better protect...

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4 Reasons Your Company Should Have A Digital Headquarters

Keeping your organization’s marketing communications on-brand is a herculean feat. From outside the company, the thought and energy that goes into creating a good brand might not seem like much, but it requires a smart team with special tools that can be broadly spoken about as “digital assets” to get you recognized by the right...

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One-stop Converter Tools Perfect For Your Kids To Use

Being a beginner is not easy. The first thing that comes to your mind is how to use particular software, whether if you can use it properly without getting confused or if this software has the right interface for you. As a beginner, it would not be very easy to keep transferring into another software...