Coronavirus outbreak: Here’s how you can keep your Electronic gadgets clean and sanitised

COVID-19 likely has you aware of how many times a day you touch your face, but how about how many times a day you touch your phone and other devices?

Your cell phone and other devices such as laptops, tablets, cameras, and headphones can be a carrier of microbial life forms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Here are some important tips to help you disinfect your gadgets and make them safe to use in the Covid-19 era.

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Is NVMe SSD worth it?

If you are planning to upgrade your laptop/desktop HDD to SSD then this is for you.

NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) is an interface protocol built specifically for Solid State Drives (SSDs). Before NVMe, SATA and SAS are used with SSDs in computers until recently.


NVMe was built from scratch to efficiently access storage devices that are specifically built with flash memory – SSDs. NVMe enables a faster interface to leverage the speeds that SSDs are capable of. Since SSD used to replace HDD in recent computers as primary storage, a new interface was needed to make use of SSD’s faster speed capability. However, in the transition to SSD, some laptops have been outfitted with Solid State Drive where it was previously running with older SATA HDD. It is more effective to use NVMe with an SSD.

The seek time for data is ten times faster when it comes to speed. NVMe can provide sustained read-write speed of 2000MB/s, way faster than the SATA SSD III, which limits at 600MB/s. Because of NAND technology utilized on NVMe, which is rapidly advancing, which shows that we’ll see higher speeds soon with NVMe.

Take, for example, the 1 TB Samsung 860 Pro SSD has a maximum read speed of 560MB/s. whereas, the NVMe-based 960 Pro is more than six times faster than 860 Pro, with a top speed of 3,500 MB/s.

If you’re much concerned about your system performance and data speed we’d put NVMe as priority solution. It has longevity, performance and speed when compared to SATA SSD.

What is SLA | Type of SLA Based Services

What is SLA?

SLA Based ServiceService Level Agreement- An agreement between an IT Service Provider & a Customer. It is basically a contract that is presented to the customer before any other service is provided or commenced. It states the expected standard of service and outcome that is expected from the Service Provider and if the Service Provider is unable to meet those expectations, there is a formal way to take it further. This is a crucial agreement since it also lets the Service Provider be transparent about what their capabilities.

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Why Customized training is needed for employee?

The demand for customizable training solutions has increased over the years, with providers allowing more flexibility and content options. From customizing content to personalizing training based on a learner’s current skill level, Companies are now taking an extra step in modifying their solutions to the client’s requirement.

This enables companies to implant their corporate values and ideals in the learning material, making the experience more meaningful for their employees. But more than just providing excellent experience for professional learners, customized corporate training inspires success through effective skills development and meaningful learning.

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