Author Archives: Loknath Das

How to Recover a Stolen Computer From an Ex-employee in 7 Easy Steps

As many as 60 percent of employees who are laid off, fired or quit admit to stealing company data. Sometimes they download information on their way out the door. Sometimes they email information to a personal email account. And sometimes they simply fail to return a company laptop or other device that contains the data. In the latter case, according ... Read More »

Your weekly dose of bike updates: KTM 790 Duke, Yamaha MT-15, Bajaj Pulsar 180F

The previous week was quite action-packed with scoops that caused a stir among enthusiasts. Let’s have a quick glance at our roundup of the most important stories of the week, in case you missed it. Yamaha MT-15 details leaked The Yamaha MT-15 has been one of the most anticipated motorcycles. And to the delight of enthusiasts, a document by the transport department ... Read More »

What are the Documents required for NSR?

NSR manages all the information about all the employees working in various industries in a large repository. Whenever an employee joins an organisation, after the offer letter has been sent to the employee, they send a mail to him/her for NSR registration. Read on to find out what documents are needed for NSR registration and the process to register. List ... Read More »

Is your computer hurting you? Check out these ‘ergonomic’ tips

Quickly, calculate how much time you spend in front of digital devices, such as computers, tablets, and smartphones. Be honest. According to a recent Nielsen report, American adults now spend about 11 hours per day on technology — that’s about two-thirds of the time we’re awake — and the number climbs higher for those who work in front of a ... Read More »

World’s Biggest Lottery Playing Site with 8 Million Customers

What will you do if somebody tells you or challenges you to start a business where your job is to pay your customers at regular intervals, and there will be times where you might even pay amounts crossing a multi-million figure? You would completely freak out. But there exists a company which does that, and it is popularly known as ... Read More »

Your weekly dose of bike updates: Yamaha MT-15, KTM 790 Duke, Bajaj Dominar 400

The past week witnessed Yamaha hitting the headlines again and again owing to its new and prospective launches. Moreover, KTM and Kawasaki also surprised us in some ways. To get a better perspective, let’s take a quick look at all the interesting bike updates from last week. 2019 Yamaha FZ V 3.0 and FZ S V3.0 launch Yamaha launched the ... Read More »

Thinking about getting computer glasses? Read this first

My entire career has been spent in front of a computer, staring at bright screen, and I’m far from alone. The average office worker spends 1,700 hours per year(!) in front of a computer screen. And that’s just while we’re at the office — we’re also addicted to using our phones all day long. All of that screen time seems to come with ... Read More »

Mozilla, other internet bodies red flag IT rule changes; seek fresh consultation

Mozilla and a few other global internet bodies have urged the government to scrap current changes being mulled in IT rules for social media and other platforms, and suggested that fresh public consultation be undertaken on ways to curb harmful speech online. These organisations, which also include the Wikimedia Foundation and GitHub, have raised “deep concerns” in an open letter to IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad over ... Read More »

Officals working to bring internet to more of Onslow County

JACKSONVILLE, Onslow County — Officials from the City of Jacksonville are trying to change a state policy that prevents municipalities from being able to offer internet service. Michael Lazzara, the mayor pro-tem for Jacksonville, said many of the rural communities have little to no internet service. He attributes that to the fact the state doesn’t allow municipal leadership to have partnerships ... Read More »

No computer in 82% rural schools: Survey

Poor condition of a government school in the Phalian Mandal area on the outskirts of Jammu. File photo Vikas Sharma Tribune News Service Jammu, The state has failed to upgrade the infrastructure in schools run by it. The problem, however, seems to be more in rural areas, where students are deprived of many facilities. This has been revealed in the ... Read More »