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A Simpler Guide to Online Security for Everyone: How to protect yourself and stay safe from fraud, scams and hackers with easy cyber security tips for ... and other Google services (Simpler Guides)

Are you worried about your online security but don't know where to start? Do you have a Gmail account and want to make it more secure? Do you want to protect your emails from opportunist identity thieves, hackers and scammers? Then this guide is for you! There are people out there whose sole job it is to steal personal and financial information. This book will give you step by step instructions on how to make it very difficult for hackers to get into your Google account or trick you into giving you the information they need to hijack your life. Online safety can be as simple as implementing a few easy steps which can be done at anytime but before a Gmail account is compromised. This book details how to pick and change passwords, enable two factor authentication as well as how to recognize security threats. Gmail hacked? If you haven't had time to follow the advice in the book then there are still things you can do if you find out quickly enough. While there may be situations where your account is unrecoverable, in this book there are steps you can take to minimize the damage a hacker can cause. You don't need to be a cyber security expert to protect your information. If you have secure email then this can wipe out the opportunist thief. Improve your internet safety and take a look at the free sample of this book. A Simpler Guide to Online Security for Everyone is part of the Simpler Guides Series. Other books in this series (also available as paperbacks and Kindle ebooks) are: A Simpler Guide to Gmail A Simpler Guide to Calibre A Simpler Guide to Finding Free eBooks A simpler Guide to Google+ Email Management using Gmail

The Quick Guide to Cloud Computing and Cyber Security

This is a Quick Guide to Cloud Computing and Cyber Security - For Beginners.

Cloud computing has appeared in many small forms, and now it is emerging as a huge solution to the problem of the fast-changing and increasingly cyber world in which we live and work.

Table of Contents

What Is Cloud Computing? Types of Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Examples< /li>Cyber Security Cyber Security Dangers Physical Security Layers of Security Network Security Cloud Computing and Security Threats The Need for Policies The Future? In this book cloud computing and cyber security are described in a way that covers all sizes and implementations of businesses involved in using this method of computing.

Finance: Cloud Computing, Cyber Security and Cyber Heist - Beginners Guide to Help Protect Against Online Theft in the Cyber World

***Please Note: This is a Guide to Help Protect against Online Theft in the Cyber World - For Beginners*** With so many different cyber-crime activities to watch for, protecting your security and preventing an attack can seem daunting. Fortunately, there are some things everyone can do to reduce the risk of becoming the target of a cyber-attack. The key factor in keeping cloud-based applications secure and reduce the risk of cyber-attack is to understand that security in the cloud should be a shared responsibility. The cloud provider needs to focus on ensuring that security strategies are as stringent as possible.

Microsoft System Center: Designing Orchestrator Runbooks

Microsoft System Center: Designing Orchestrator Runbooks Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center - this book delivers a focused drilldown into designing runbooks for Orchestrator workflow management solutions.

Microsoft System Center: Cloud Management with App Controller

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center - this book focuses on using AppController to manage virtual machines and services across private and public clouds. Series editor Mitch Tulloch and a team of System Center experts provide concise technical guidance as they step you through key configuration and management tasks.

(Part 1) You Must Learn VBScript for QTP/UFT: Don't Ignore The Language For Functional Automation Testing (Black & White Edition)

Are You Interested in QTP/UFT? " This is one of the best VBScript books specifically for QTP/UFT " Note: Book available on your kindle device, tablet, phone, PC, Mac, and paperback (Black/White & Color). The kindle edition is free after purchasing the paperback. Sign Up for Free Webinars, Videos, and Live Trainings Copy and paste this URL http: // into your browser to sign up 3 Tips To Master QTP/UFT Within 30 Days Copy and paste this URL http: // into your browser to receive your tips Why Read Part 1 - You Must Learn VBScript for QTP/UFT? Most VBScript books provide a great deal of VBScript information that is not necessary for QTP/UFT. On the other hand, there are QTP/UFT books that do not provide enough VBScript information. This disparity of information causes automation engineers to struggle with automation projects involving VBScript. This book offers applicable VBScript information for QTP/UFT via screenshots and code that can be used with all VBScript Editors or QTP/UFT. Is Communication Important? Absolutely, communication is important. People all over the world express their thoughts, feelings, and information through communication. VBScript is a lightweight programming language that communicates to QTP/UFT. It is impossible to effectively test an Application Under Test (AUT) using QTP/UFT without learning VBScript. Target Audience Beginners (Minimum to no knowledge of programming) Don't Miss Out! You Need To Read This Book Because You Will Learn: ? Variables and Data Types ? Hungarian Naming Convention ? Operators ? Arrays ? Flow Control ? Procedures/Functions ? Objects Scroll Up and Order Your Copy

Beginner's Guide to Information Security: Kickstart your security career with insight from InfoSec experts

"The Beginner's Guide to Information Security" offers insight and resources to help readers embark on a career in one of the 21st century's most important--and potentially lucrative--fields. Maybe you want to move into information security from IT, say, from a developer or system administrator role. Or maybe you just graduated with your bachelor's or master's degree. Whatever your education or prior experience, this book can offer you a great start, with advice from real people who are working in the InfoSec field.

It starts off with some chapters that cover ways to learn about information security, maybe pick up a certification or two, find out about job opportunities, and then, hopefully, snag a job. "The Beginner's Guide" also delves deeper into InfoSec topics, helping readers master key skills like knowing how to protect a network, respond to a security incident, and educate users so they're part of the security solution--not the problem. The final chapters focus on "big picture" issues such as women in security, and where InfoSec may be heading in the future.

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Deploying Windows 10: Automating deployment by using System Center Configuration Manager

Get a head start deploying Windows 10--with tips and best practices from experts in the field. This guide shows you how to deploy Windows 10 in an automated way without impacting end users by leveraging System Center Configuration Manager, which is the most used product to deploy Microsoft operating systems in the industry today.

Solved: 100 Most Annoying Windows 8.1 Problems (Windows 8.1 Tips and Tricks)

When you buy a new PC, it usually behaves very well. Your preinstalled Windows system boots and runs quickly, programs install without any problems and it all works just as you'd expect. But things don't always stay simple. Your computer will probably slow down. Odd things will happen occasionally - features stop working, for instance. Some of your applications - and maybe Windows itself - may begin to display cryptic error messages, or perhaps crash completely. Some people say this is normal - it's just the way PCs are, and you have to put up with it - but we say no. Poor performance, desktop problems, misbehaving software? They're challenges to overcome. And you don't need weeks of spare time and a degree in computer science to solve these issues, either - most can be tackled with surprising ease once you know where to get started. That's where this feature comes in. We've picked out 100 of the most annoying PC problems - everything from sluggish speeds and desktop deficiencies to boot problems, installation issues, error messages and more - and we've had our expert team determine the best solutions to them. So keep this to hand, and the next time your PC starts fighting you, you can fight back. You'll soon have your system running smoothly again.

Object Oriented Programming Properties Explained in C#: Beginner Guide

Book Description

This book explains Object Oriented Programming Properties with easy to understand examples and simple language.

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Are you looking for learning object oriented programming properties with simple language and easy to understand examples?

Have you just started to learn Object Oriented Programming in C# or you have some experience with it and want to learn some basic properties of object oriented programming?

Are you a beginner programmer or intermediate level programmer who wants to gain strong hold on object oriented programming with C# language by being expertise with OOPs properties?

Is your concept of Object Oriented Programming Properties is not yet clear?

Then this is the perfect guide for you.

What you will learn in this book?

1. What is OOP?

2. Classes and Objects

3. Inheritance

4. Polymorphism

5. Abstract Classes

6. Interface

7. Aggregation, Composition & Encapsulation

Please note that this book is NOT the complete guide on Object Oriented Programming. The focus of this book is to explain the basic properties of Object Oriented Programming with C# language. So that programmers can have strong base for more complex OOP programming.

This is a short book which will help you to understand the Object Oriented Programming Properties in C# very quickly.

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Getting Started with AWS: Hosting a .NET Web Application

If you have ever thought about hosting your Microsoft Windows-based application in the cloud, this guide is a good place to start. It walks you through the process of deploying a sample application and all the necessary infrastructure for running and monitoring it. The guide also includes a discussion of pricing so you can compare the cost of cloud computing to that of managing your own infrastructure. This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it online or in PDF format at

Introducing Windows 10 for IT Professionals, Preview Edition

Get a head start evaluating Windows 10--with early technical insights from award-winning journalist and Windows expert Ed Bott. This guide introduces new features and capabilities, providing a practical, high-level overview for IT professionals ready to begin deployment planning now. This book is a preview, a work in progress about a work in progress. It offers a snapshot of the Windows 10 Technical Preview as of April 2015, on the eve of the BUILD Developers' Conference in San Francisco.

Microsoft System Center Extending Operations Manager Reporting

The System Center Operations Manager data warehouse stores many objects, making it possible to report on performance, availability, configuration, and security. You can use data collected by Operations Manager for issue tracking, awareness, planning, and forecasting, all of which are important factors for maintaining and managing your environment. But understanding what to report on and how to do so is what actually contributes to the stability of your infrastructure. If you're not using the data you collect about your environment, you're simply wasting space. If you use Operations Manager to monitor your environment, whether your infrastructure or a public, private, or hybrid cloud, this book is a good resource to help you understand the basics of reporting and how to build queries and stored procedures for your reports. It can also help you understand the various elements of Operations Manager management packs that are used when you create reports.

Introducing Microsoft Azure HDInsight

Microsoft Azure HDInsight is Microsoft's 100 percent compliant distribution of Apache Hadoop on Microsoft Azure. This means that standard Hadoop concepts and technologies apply, so learning the Hadoop stack helps you learn the HDInsight service. At the time of this writing, HDInsight (version 3.0) uses Hadoop version 2.2 and Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0.

In Introducing Microsoft Azure HDInsight, we cover what big data really means, how you can use it to your advantage in your company or organization, and one of the services you can use to do that quickly-specifically, Microsoft's HDInsight service. We start with an overview of big data and Hadoop, but we don't emphasize only concepts in this book-we want you to jump in and get your hands dirty working with HDInsight in a practical way. To help you learn and even implement HDInsight right away, we focus on a specific use case that applies to almost any organization and demonstrate a process that you can follow along with.

We also help you learn more. In the last chapter, we look ahead at the future of HDInsight and give you recommendations for self-learning so that you can dive deeper into important concepts and round out your education on working with big data.

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager Field Experience

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center, this book focuses on Microsoft System Center Operations Manager. For the seasoned professional, it covers the role of the Operations Manager product, the best practices for working with management packs, how to use the reporting feature to simplify managing the product, how to thoroughly troubleshoot, and how to use and install Operations Manager in the Microsoft Azure Public Cloud environment.

Introducing Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview

Get a head start evaluating Windows Server 2016-guided by the experts. Based on Technical Preview 4, John McCabe and the Windows Server team introduce the new features and capabilities, with practical insights on how Windows Server 2016 can meet the needs of your business. Get the early, high-level overview you need to begin preparing your deployment now!

Microsoft System Center Building a Virtualized Network Solution

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center, this book is specifically designed for architects and cloud fabric administrators who want to understand what decisions to make during the design process and the implications of those decisions, what constitutes best practice, and, ultimately, what to do to build out a virtualized network solution that meets today's business requirements while also providing a platform for future growth and expansion. This second edition includes coverage of the Hyper-V Network Virtualization gateway, designing a solution that extends an on-premises virtualized network solution to an external (hosted) environment, details of how to troubleshoot and diagnose some of the key connectivity challenges, and a look at the Cloud Platform System (CPS) and some of the key considerations that went into designing and building the network architecture and solution for that environment.

Microsoft System Center Optimizing Service Manager (Introducing)

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center - this book provides focused guidance for deploying and customizing Service Manager, an integrated platform for automating and adapting an organization's IT service management best practices. Led by series editor Mitch Tulloch, a team of System Center experts step you through key technical scenarios and tasks.

Microsoft System Center Integrated Cloud Platform (Introducing)

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center - this book provides focused drilldown on managing servers. Led by series editor Mitch Tulloch, a team of System Center experts step you through key technical scenarios and management tasks.

Microsoft System Center Data Protection for the Hybrid Cloud

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center, this book helps you optimize your System Center Data Protection Manager environment. It focuses on best practices, design concepts, how-to procedures, and in-depth technical troubleshooting.

Trend Micro Deep Security on AWS (AWS Quick Start)

This Quick Start Automates the deployment of Trend Micro Deep Security on the AWS cloud, using AWS services and best practices.

Because this Quick Start uses AMIs from the AWS Marketplace, you must subscribe to Trend Micro Deep Security from the AWS Marketplace before you launch the Quick Start. To subscribe, choose the Per Protected Instance Hour or Bring Your Own License option.

Trend Micro Deep Security is a host-based security product that provides Intrusion Detection and Prevention, Anti-Malware, Host Firewall, File and System Integrity Monitoring, Log Inspection, and Content Filtering modules in a single agent running in the guest operating system.

This Quick Start deploys Trend Micro Deep Security into an existing Amazon VPC using AWS CloudFormation templates. The Quick Start includes templates for two license models: Per Protected Instance Hour and Bring your own License (BYOL). With the Per Protected Instance Hour deployment option, your costs will be determined by the number of instances you're protecting each hour, and will show up on your AWS bill. The BYOL deployment option requires the purchase of Deep Security software licenses.

Note that Per Protected Instance Hour licensing is currently available in three regions: US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), and EU (Ireland).

This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it online or in PDF format at

Take Control of VMware Fusion 3

After introducing you to a few basic concepts, the ebook offers advice for mixing Fusion and Boot Camp, and notes the hardware and software you'll need. Then you'll find steps for installing Windows for use in Fusion in these scenarios:

When installing a new copy of Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7From an already-installed copy of Windows under Boot Camp, VMware Fusion 1.x or 2.x, Parallels Desktop, Virtual PC, or an actual PCFrom a slipstream disc that contains Windows plus service packs, updates, drivers, and settingsOn the MacBook Air, which lacks an internal optical drive With Mac OS X Server (version 10.5 or higher) as a guest operating systemFor running a virtual appliance that encapsulates both an operating system and a ready-to-run application

Next, you'll learn how to work with Windows in a Fusion virtual machine, with key details like how to remap mouse buttons, simulate missing keys, set keyboard shortcuts, switch display modes, and work with external devices. Other topics covered include:

Pros and cons of different ways of using Boot Camp and FusionConfiguring Fusion's Settings window to get the most out of the softwareReal-world advice for smart ways to make Windows and Mac environments simultaneously available on the same computerOptions for sharing files between your Windows and Mac environmentsKeeping your copy of Windows secure, backed up, and updatedThe basics of working with Fusion from the command line for advanced users

Special questions you'll find answers to include these:

How do I keep my Windows installation in its own screen in Spaces?Where do I find drivers for proprietary Apple hardware like the iSight, Apple Remote, and Bluetooth transceiver?What are my options for right-clicking in Windows?What should I do if Windows refuses to shut down or restart?Help! My mouse pointer keeps disappearing when I'm running Windows in Fusion. What should I do?How do I press the all-important Control-Alt-Delete key combo in Fusion?How do I make the Windows Desktop disappear so my Windows apps appear to run like Mac apps?How do I tell Windows which Web browser to open Web URLs in?What's a virtual appliance and how would I use one in Fusion?What are common parameters for vmrun, the command-line utility that controls Fusion?