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COBID5 and Principles

What are the COBIT 5 and its product family? Explain the principles ofCOBIT 5.COBIT stands for Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology. It is basically abusiness framework that is used for the management and governance of the IT enterprise.Powered from ISACA, COBIT packs the latest methodology in management techniques andenterprise governance. Furthermore, it offers globally accepted practices, principles, models, andanalytic tools to increase the reliability of information systems. Its latest version is termed asCOBIT 5 which is an upgraded version of COBIT 4.1.The COBITContinue readingCOBID5 and Principles

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Nepal Government Enterprise Architecture(GoNEA)

IntroductioneGMP aims to facilities the government from every sector of data flow to security structural design  whole system of E-governance. Enterprise architecture is a way to understand how an organization works. We have often made it too complex in some cases and worried about the mechanics of GoN EA (Nepal Government Enterprise Architecture) rather than focusing on the value it provides.  Here, we focus on understanding the core concepts after which we can worry about the mechanics. GoN EA should be the foundation for anyContinue readingNepal Government Enterprise Architecture(GoNEA)

Do You Know Why ATM Pin Has 4 Digits Only?

Ever perplexed why most ATM pin have only four digits? Wouldn’t it be more intellectual if the PIN was longer for security purpose and tough to guess for others? Just like our long and hard email passwords as they are 6 letters or more. Well, Scottish inventor John Adrian Shepherd-Barron, the man who pioneered the development of the ATM machine, had also proposed a 6-digit PIN. Barron, born in Shillong, son to a Wimbledon ladies doubles champion Dorothy Barron, was very creative and innovative sinceContinue readingDo You Know Why ATM Pin Has 4 Digits Only?

There’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1

You might have definitely heard of 127.0.0.1. You also might be knowing that 127.0.0.1 points to localhost. But, why is localhost‘s IP address 127.0.0.1–why not something else? Before trying to answer that question, let me tell you a little bit about how does it work. This address is used to establish a connection to the same computer used by the end-user. When we deal with IPv6 address, it’s defined using the connotation of ::1. As IPv6 addresses take over, localhost will be more commonly knowContinue readingThere’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1

Maximise Your Smartphone’s Battery Life

  Discharged batteries are one of the many modern day miseries in our digital lives. However, by following some simple steps and taking a little bit of extra care, you can extend and maximise your phone’s battery life. These tips include avoiding complete discharging of battery and uninstalling the power-consuming applications.  As all leading smartphone makers are striving to make their devices thinner and lighter, the users are not getting expected improvements in the battery life. The average battery life of a charged device that’s moderatelyContinue readingMaximise Your Smartphone’s Battery Life

Windows Doesn’t Allow You To Create Folder Named ‘CON’, PRN, NUL, etc.

Short Bytes: You can’t create folders in Windows OS having CON, PRN, NUL, etc. as the name. This is because these folder names are reserved for use in specific system tasks. You can use the command prompt, or blank space code to create folders with reserved names in Windows. In Microsoft Windows operating system, you can’t create folders that have their name from one of these words: CON, PRN, AUX, NUL, COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, COM5, COM6, COM7, COM8, COM9, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7,Continue readingWindows Doesn’t Allow You To Create Folder Named ‘CON’, PRN, NUL, etc.

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