1. Symantec "Cloud Recovery"

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    The Base Studio creates a small snippet of digital nature for a Symantec web ad. http://www.symantec.com/cloudrecovery Spot: Cloud Recovery Client: Symantec Credits: The Base Studio - Producer: Jordan Freda Digital Artist: Mukul Soman

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    • HackForGold

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      Manuel Penetrasyon Testleri için Kollektif Denetim Platformu

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      • Naxxramas-Weg der Verdammnis

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        Hallo. Dieses Video zeigt euch einen kurzen einblick in den WoW-Server naxxramas-weg der verdammnis. Viel spaß beim schaun und bei interesse besucht uns unter naxxramas.ath.cx. Mfg

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        • Neolo.com presentación

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          Presentación de Neolo.com

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          • Server Density Server Monitoring Demo

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            Video demo for the server monitoring application, Server Density. www.serverdensity.com

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            • CAT 6 Ethernet Network Cable Tutorial

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              CAT 6 Ethernet Network Cable Tutorial http://www.netstandard.tv If you’re an engineer who is starting to use CAT 6 cables in your installations, this video tutorial will show you how you can build your own cables from scratch. Jeffrey Brinkerhuff, a certified engineer at NetStandard's Kansas City Data Center, has terminated plenty of CAT 6 cables lately. He demonstrates a few simple techniques that you can use to create a cable in just a few minutes. Although creating a CAT 6 cable is similar to a CAT 5/CAT 5e, there are some differences. CAT 6 cable is thicker than CAT5/CAT5e because the cable contains a plastic inner riser. This can be easily removed to give you more working room when crimping the ends. Finally, CAT 6 cable uses a traditional RJ45 jack, but there is a new load bar that guides the wires into the plug for final assembly. In the video below, Jeffrey takes you through each step. The entire process takes about five minutes per plug; refer to the information points below for each step. An Emerging Standard Although CAT 6 is designed to handle capacities that are not yet here, it’s clear that system loads will only increase. CAT 6 provides performance of up to 250MHz and is suitable for Gigabit Ethernet applications. CAT 6 will also work for 10Gigabit Ethernet applications as long as you use shielded cable. (Although unshielded CAT 6 cable will work, you will encounter length limitations for 10Gigabit Ethernet.) In addition to speed, the benefits of CAT 6 include lower crosstalk and signal noise. CAT 6 is also backward-compatible with CAT 3 and CAT 5/CAT 5e standards. This allows you still run 10/100mb and traditional phone (analog) communications over the new style cable. Video Information Points O:55: Removing the jacket and pullstring 1:20: Cutting and removing the inner riser 1:55: Separating the wire pairs (also refer to the diagram to the right) 2:25: Cutting the wire to allow for the load bar 2:50: Positioning the load bar to align with the jack 4:10: Inserting the load bar into the jack for final assembly

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              • How Ripple Works - The Consensus Process (ADVANCED)

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                NOTE: this is a technical video aimed towards developers and people looking for a deep-level understanding of Ripple. Ripple is an open-source protocol that maintains a distributed database across a network. The servers in the Ripple network automatically reach consensus about which transactions to include in the database. This video is a step-by-step look at how servers in the Ripple network reache consensus. For more information, please visit Ripple.com. To learn how to send money on the Ripple network, watch this video: https://vimeo.com/63784865

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                • Web Hosting Company Celebrates 10 Years

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                  Web hosting company PEER 1 celebrates 10 years providing hosting services. This video captures its humble beginnings from a 2 person operation in Vancouver, Canada to 360 employees in 12 cities around the world.

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                  • Virtus Data Centre

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                    Time-lapse photography of a new tier 3 data centre construction in London

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                    • SeatMe Restaurant Manager (iPad app) - Floor Tutorial

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                      Watch this video to learn how to use the SeatMe Restaurant Manager iPad app to manage your floor: Below are the timestamps for topics of interest. 0:13 - Create a Manager Block on a Table 0:28 - Servers: Create List and Assign Tables to Servers 1:10 - Reservations 3:10 - Quick Seat Tool for Walk-ins 3:25 - Walk-in Wait List and SMS Notifications 4:42 - Finishing a Seated Table 4:54 - Servers: Cover Count and Cutting Assigned Tables 5:30 - iPad Help Menu

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