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Powering the Future

Powering the Future

by Robert B. Laughlin
None Pages · None · · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Bits to Bitcoin
by Mark Stuart Day, C.A. Jennings
368 Pages · 2018 · 8 MB · 1,629 Downloads · New!
The “Bits to Bitcoin: How Our Digital Stuff Works (The MIT Press), 1st Edition” is an enlightening book that describes the technical world. Mark Stuart Day and C.A. Jennings are the authors of this book. Mark Stuart was Chief Scientist at Riverbed Technology for a decade and is currently visiting teacher at MIT. He has written numerous books and all of them are worth to read. The authors explain the basics of operating systems, networks, security and some other related topics.
The Happiness Effect
by Donna Freitas
368 Pages · 2017 · 2 MB · 4,786 Downloads · New!
“The Happiness Effect: How Social Media is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost, 1st Edition” is an updated book that reveals the effect of social media. Donna Freitas is the author of this great book. Donna is a Nonresident Research Associate at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for the study of religion and society. The Happiness Effect is very helpful for those who are working with young adults to understand how they think about themselves and how they perceive that the world works today.
Implementing World Class IT Strategy
by Peter A. High
242 Pages · 2015 · 800 KB · 14 Downloads · New!
The IT strategy directly impacts the business to increase the business productivity and helps the CIOs of the company for improving the IT performance. Implementing World Class IT Strategy by Peter A. High includes five principles which will increase the executive values to produce higher and successful outcomes. This book also explains the better IT strategic plans, Merge IT and business strategy at corporate business levels. and decreases the gap between IT leaders and business leaders. The five principles include People, infrastructure, Portfolio and Project infrastructure, Business and IT partnership, External Partnerships. People build the foundation of any organization, without the right people no organization can move toward excellence. Infrastructure includes the hardware, software and other major needs of an organization. Projects management enhances now capabilities for high profits. With Business and IT partnership, there are more chances of an organization to grow. Last but not the least, every organization has become more common which leads toward external relationships so the IT must handle and adopt those external relationships management.
Computer Hardware and Peripherals
by Munishwar Gulati
520 Pages · 2015 · 11.3 MB · 12 Downloads · New!
If you are a computer beginner, you need a complete guide to learn about all the hardware and software components and understand their actual working. Things are not like what they look like. Similar is the case with the computer. Computer Hardware and Peripherals by Munishwar Gulati is a book explains the complete working of computer’s hardware, software, and networking. The book comprises of 14 chapters each covers a different area of computer and computing. And each chapter has a  “Fill in the blanks” section at the end which will test your understanding. Computer Hardware and Peripherals explains working and processing of Hard drives, Processor, RAM and other basic level details as well as various advanced things like upgrading and networking with complete details. This book provides a clear understanding of computer with simple wording so the newbies can easily understand the terminologies of the computer. People who have no technical information about computers must read this book to get a more clear view of computers. You will be able to assemble and disassemble all the computer components as well as troubleshoot the problems.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8: Expert Administration Cookbook
by Tanner Ezell
395 Pages · 2012 · 8 MB · 10 Downloads · New!
“Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8” is a very useful book to configure and manage CUCM step by step. It is written in an easy-to-read style, with a strong emphasis on real-world, practical examples. The author of the book Tanner Ezell has been working with Unified Communications for many years. He has very good command of extensive knowledge of Cisco UC including Unity, Presence, and UCCX. Currently, he works for a Cisco partner who specializes in Cisco’s Unified Communications. In this book, Tanner provides step-by-step explanations of administration tasks. The book has covered all most all pro level topics and helps the Cisco Unified Communications administrators and engineers with advanced recipes to perform important administration tasks. There are bulks of examples added in each chapter for a better understanding of CUCM mechanism. It’s chapter 2 delves into how you can control the maximum number of calls between 2 locations. The aim is to not overload the WAN links that travel over the Internet, for that would degrade the quality of most of the calls. Similarly, chapter 8 deals with how Cisco has been actively building out phone calls over the Internet to have some nice features unknown in traditional pre-Internet phone systems. You can also Download What Einstein Told His Barber by Robert Wolke PDF Free.
The Hardware Hacker
by Andrew Bunnie Huang
420 Pages · 2017 · 30.4 MB · 11 Downloads · New!
The book “The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making and Breaking Hardware” is an invaluable resource for aspiring hackers and makers. The smart hacker and open hardware activist Andrew Bunnie Huang has written this book. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from MIT and also the author of Hacking the Xbox (No Starch Press) and The Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen. Various hardware startups and MAKE Magazine hired him as a technical advisor. In this book, Andrew shared his tips for any person who at least dreamed to manufacture own gadgets. Real Practical experience has been shared in this book and it is a great book for understating the structure of electronic gadgets and their hack. Certain parts of the book could be turned to checklists, and charts to be used as guidelines and better understanding. In summary, “The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making and Breaking Hardware” is a great book for understanding the basic hack of electronic gadgets and we highly recommend its reading.