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The retail and service industry is costly in terms of demands due to the difficulty of managing inventory and. 

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Retail and service business is one of the most difficult and costliest businesses because of demands of managing. 

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I recently had to install Microsoft XP on a old laptop for a friend of mine. Don’t worry this laptop stays. 

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Cybersecurity and Big Data trends in Retail Industries

By Aamir Lakhani | On Thu, Apr 23rd, 2015 - No Comments »

The retail and service industry is costly in terms of demands due to the difficulty of managing inventory and precious shelf space. Retailers must carefully plan when to put an item on sale, where to place the item, when to restock the item, and balance understand the potential for opportunity when giving up space to one item over another. Small mistakes can cost retailers dearly in lost. 

Data Collection For Fun And Profit

By Aamir Lakhani | On Sun, Apr 19th, 2015 - No Comments »
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Retail and service business is one of the most difficult and costliest businesses because of demands of managing inventory and precious shelf space. Retailers must balance out when to put an item on sale, where to place the item, when to stock the item, and the opportunity cost of giving up space for another item. Little mistakes can cost a retailers dearly in lost revenue. Retailers that. 

Security Tips for Your Website That a Novice Could Implement

By Aamir Lakhani | On Sun, Apr 19th, 2015 - No Comments »
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When launching a new website, it’s so easy to get carried away with perfecting the design, and adding some content, that you never even think about the security measures in place for your site. However, every year security attacks keep growing, especially on the more popular platforms like WordPress. Luckily, there are a number of security tips that you can implement even if you are not. 

How to Unlock an iPhone on a UK Network

By Blog | On Sat, Apr 18th, 2015 - No Comments »
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It can be incredibly frustrating to find out that your phone is locked to a specific carrier, especially if you have been offered a good deal with another network provider. Luckily, there are paid services, such as iPhone unlocking provided by unlockingsmart.co.uk, as well as other ways to unlock your iPhone. It’s important to remember that it’s completely legal to unlock your phone. 

Updating XP SP2 in April 2015

By Aamir Lakhani | On Fri, Apr 17th, 2015 - No Comments »
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I recently had to install Microsoft XP on a old laptop for a friend of mine. Don’t worry this laptop stays offline and won’t be getting on the Internet. I still wanted to update it with the latest patches and updates. My installation CD only had Service Pack 2. After I installed the OS, and fired up Windows Update – nothing. No more Windows update. A blank page was sitting. 

Are inexperienced Internet users at a higher risk for experiencing identity theft, or is everyone now equally vulnerable?

By Aamir Lakhani | On Thu, Apr 16th, 2015 - No Comments »
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I wish I could say it was only the inexperienced users. I have often asked my colleagues how do “normal people” who aren’t in computer security protect themselves. Surely they are not using VPN services and a hotspot, running SSL Intercept so there firewall can detect encrypted transmission of malware, and are more susceptible to fall for a phishing or other type of social engineering. 

Should the Government license civilian operators or allow them to remain anonymous?

By Aamir Lakhani | On Wed, Apr 15th, 2015 - 1 Comment
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There are many news reports about military use of robotic drones, often referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).  These remote control drones are now being used for border security, and also for US civilian surveillance, by law enforcement and by other citizens.  For national security reasons, should government license civilian operators or allow. 

Lancope StealthWatch : First Look At New GUI Interface

By Joey Muniz | On Tue, Apr 14th, 2015 - No Comments »
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My buddy Joseph Muniz wrote a great post on Lancope’s Stealth Watch product used for anomaly and security detection  . The original post can be found HERE. Here is the post from Joseph.   I have posted about Lancope’s StealthWatch product line in the past. You can find a basic overview covering StealthWatch and ISE HERE. How to setup a StealthWatch lab can be found HERE.. 

Government Regulation of the Internet as a Public Service

By Aamir Lakhani | On Mon, Apr 13th, 2015 - 1 Comment
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Our world is filled with technology that excites, fascinates, and intrigues people. We are more connected with our smartphones and tablets than ever before. For many people these devices have become the primary computing device of choice as a way of accessing the Internet, calibrating with individuals, and interacting with content. Connected thermostat systems regulate our heating and cooling. 

Daredevil: Netflix’s Man Without Fear

By Aamir Lakhani | On Sun, Apr 12th, 2015 - Comments Off
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Spoiler Warning: This review contains is restricted to episodes 1 and 2 and contains spoilers. Daredevil, Netflix’s newest original series has been released with all 13 episodes. Episode 1 kicked of Daredevil with style. This show, is competing in the top 3 spot of superhero shows currently on TV. In my opinion Flash takes the top spot in both excitement, and entertainment. Arrow has.