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Best vlogging cameras of 2019: Sony, Canon and more compared for YouTube Whether you’re just shooting for fun or you’re a semiprofessional YouTuber, this is the gear you need to make your videos shine

You can use any camera you want to shoot a video for YouTube. But, if your digital camera spits out clips that make you look like a yellowish ill-defined, mushy mass of pixels, you’re going to have trouble getting and keeping viewers. Why not start with the best vlogging camera then, right? Right.  BEST VLOGGING CAMERAS Best phone gimbal…

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) Review Roundup – Is It Worth Playing? Returning to the modern battlefield.

  Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a return to one of the franchise’s most iconic settings. Developed by Infinity Ward, the creators of the original Modern Warfare in 2007, this reboot follows a storyline featuring a new cast, along with the return of Captain Price. Much like other Call of Duty campaigns, it focuses heavily on a…

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Creating automated Full and Incremental backups with RMAN

Create a scripts folder to store our scripts cd /home/oracle/ mkdir Scripts 2) Then go to that folder and write the file and write the following FULL backup scrip to the file vi ORACLE_SID=DB11G ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2/db_1 PATH=$ORACLE_HOME/bin:$PATH export ORACLE_SID ORACLE_HOME PATH $ORACLE_HOME/bin/./rman target sys/db11g@$ORACLE_SID log /tmp/rman.log <<EOF set encryption on identified by ‘db11g_rman’ only;…

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Cybersecurity in the Age of AI

AI is reshaping the landscape of cyber defense. As new security fissures open up, threat analysts deploy more powerful tools to prevent and respond to attacks. Nicole Eagan, CEO of Darktrace, joins Azeem Azhar to discuss the escalating arms race in this new cybersecurity landscape. In this podcast, they also discuss: What security experts can learn from the…

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Dallas data center operator CyrusOne discloses ransomware attack

A major Dallas-based data center operator says it is working to restore service to six of its customers after a ransomware attack. CyrusOne Inc. disclosed the attack Thursday and said affected customers are primarily hosted at the company’s New York data center. The computer hack encrypted customers’ devices. “Upon discovery of the incident, CyrusOne initiated its response…

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