4 Major Advantage of using Onsite IT Support Service for every sized of Company

Advantage of Onsite IT Support ServicesInformation Technology is Life Blood of every sized of Company, Whether It is Start-up, Small and Large Business Organisation.

At DeltaDynamix, we’ve got the IT solutions that your company requires to stay on top of its tech and remain competitive. We truly care about all of your technology requirements and meet these with professional service. Our methods and techniques are simple and effective, we are constantly working on improving service operations to make it time as well as pocket friendly for our clients.

Advantage of Onsite IT Support Service

  • Easier and Faster Communication: This way gives you hand on Support for all your IT Needs, engineers to have direct access to the problem, so they can understand much more the issue and implement the appropriate fix.
  • Professional & Experienced Technicians: Onsite IT Support encourages people to ask for help, regardless of how large and small the problem is. IT services through a reputable service provider, you can rest guaranteed you will be getting knowledgeable and professional technicians that have experience troubleshooting and resolving a wide variety of IT problems
  • Control Cost: IT Support provide endless cost-saving benefits, By taking advantage of your IT service provider’s network of technicians, you won’t have to spend time and money on the IT team to remote locations.
  • Consistent Support: IT support help your organization streamline and standardize technical processes. This improves productivity for your end-users and also helps ease the load on your internal IT team.

DeltaDynamix provides numerous onsite services to enhance your organization’s IT solution, so contact us today and learn how we can help with your technical needs.

ON-Site IT Support for SME (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises)

We at DeltaDynamix offer Onsite IT Support

Onsite it support for SME

We adore getting to understand our customers and their office of work which means when troubles do occur we recognise where to go to look for problems.  This guarantees we can provide a fast and efficient service. We are ideally based in Bangalore, India.

Benefits of Onsite IT Support:-

Remote IT Support is the best option for many small and medium sized Businesses however there may be a few complicated or specialised equipment that would need to be taken care of. This may leave organizations with this kind of equipment confused as they may not have the technical knowledge of the systems that are causing the problems.

  1. Onsite IT Support is most valuable when you are dealing with hardware issues as most software issues can be fixed remotely. Hardware can be diagnosed remotely however the replacement or repair will need to be done physically.

  2. Having Onsite IT Support allows you to see the progress that is being made to your problem as you can get live updates off the technician that is working in your business, instead of having to wait on hold or wait for a call back. This will give you the reassurance that you are not waiting in a queue to have your problem fixed as you can see the progress that is being made.

NEW CHROMIUM BASED MICROSOFT EDGE STARTS ROLLING OUT THROUGH WINDOWS UPDATES

Microsoft is now rolling out the updated version of its Edge browser on Windows 10 through Windows Software Updates. The update will be available to Windows 10 users running 1803, 1809, 1903, and 1909 builds.

Microsoft launched the new version of Edge back in January and until now required you to download manually from the website. The new version is based on the Chromium project by Google, which is also the basis for browsers like Chrome and Opera. While the original Edge ran on EdgeHTML browser engine and Chakra JavaScript engine, the new browser runs on the same Blink and V8 engines, respectively, as Chrome.

This, coupled with extensive changes to the UI, has resulted in the new Microsoft Edge ostensibly behaving like Chrome once you look past the UI differences. It has similar performance to Chrome and most of the shortcuts and features work the way they would on Chrome.

Most importantly, you can now also install Chrome extensions on Edge. Google’s Chrome extension website identifies Edge as Chrome and you can just install the extensions available there as you would on Chrome.

Being a first party browser, however, does mean Edge enjoys some performance and efficiency advantages on Windows 10, making it generally easier to run than Chrome on slower machines like tablets and also better for your battery life.

This means you now have the best of both worlds, the performance, ubiquity and compatibility of Chrome coupled with the efficiency of a first party browser. And Edge has its own advantages, such as a reader mode, much better privacy settings and upcoming features such as vertical tabs, sidebar search and more.

NEW DEVICE SIMULATES FEEL OF WALLS, SOLID OBJECTS IN VIRTUAL REALITY

Today’s virtual reality systems can create immersive visual experiences, but seldom do they enable users to feel anything—particularly walls, appliances and furniture. A new device developed at Carnegie Mellon University, however, uses multiple strings attached to the hand and fingers to simulate the feel of obstacles and heavy objects.

By locking the strings when the user’s hand is near a virtual wall, for instance, the device simulates the sense of touching the wall. Similarly, the string mechanism enables people to feel the contours of a virtual sculpture, sense resistance when they push on a piece of furniture or even give a high five to a virtual character.

Cathy Fang, who will graduate from CMU next month with a joint degree in mechanical engineering and human-computer interaction, said the shoulder-mounted device takes advantage of spring-loaded strings to reduce weight, consume less battery power and keep costs low.

“Elements such as walls, furniture and virtual characters are key to building immersive virtual worlds, and yet contemporary VR systems do little more than vibrate hand controllers,” said Chris Harrison, assistant professor in CMU’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII). User evaluation of the multistring device, as reported by co-authors Harrison, Fang, Robotics Institute engineer Matthew Dworman and HCII doctoral student Yang Zhang, found it was more realistic than other haptic techniques.

“I think the experience creates surprises, such as when you interact with a railing and can wrap your fingers around it,” Fang said. “It’s also fun to explore the feel of irregular objects, such as a statue.”

A Leap Motion sensor, which tracks hand and finger motions, is attached to the VR headset. When it senses that a user’s hand is in proximity to a virtual wall or other obstacle, the ratchets are engaged in a sequence suited to those virtual objects. The latches disengage when the person withdraws their hand.

The entire device weighs less than 10 ounces. The researchers estimate that a mass-produced version would cost less than $50.

ZOOM MEETING: HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The video conferencing app Zoom gained about 2 million new users in the first two months of 2020—and that was before the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. With so many people now relying on video conferencing for contact with their friends, family and colleagues, it’s no wonder Zoom has seen a significant increase in its company stock price. But the firm has also attracted some negative press recently for issues related to its privacy and security.

A number of issues with Zoom have attracted public attention, most notably call hijacking or “Zoom-bombing.” Calls that are not set to private or password-protected can be accessed by anyone who inputs the nine- to 11-digit meeting code, and researchers have shown how valid meeting codes could easily be identified (something Zoom now says it prevents).

Zoom claims its calls can be encrypted, but doesn’t use the kind of end-to-end encryption that many people have come to understand as standard for private communication services. Messages or calls sent with end-to-end encryption are effectively locked with the receiving user’s public key that anyone can access, but can only be unlocked by the user’s private key. This system is used by messaging apps such as WhatsApp to ensure only a message’s recipient can read it—not even the app’s provider has access.

Zoom instead uses the AES-256 ECB method of encryption, which shares the key used to encrypt calls with Zoom’s servers around the globe. This potentially gives them full access to the audio and video streams, although the company has stated no user content is available to its employees or servers once encrypted.

Researchers have also found that encryption keys even up on Zoom servers based in China (where the company has development sites) even when no Chinese participants are in the call. This opens the possibility that the Chinese government, famed for its control of internet communications in the country, could eavesdrop on calls. Zoom has now started offering paying customers the ability to opt out of having data routed through China or other regions.

here are things you can do when using Zoom or other video calling services that have potential security issues to maximize your privacy and safety.

  • Enforce encryption by default and makes sure it’s end-to-end if possible
  • Lock and password-protect meetings
  • Unauthenticated users should be held in a waiting room so the organizer can check their identity before admitting them to the call
  • Make sure a meeting host monitors the participants list and ensures no unknown participant joins
  • Be careful with meeting recordings and get consent from the participants
  • Be aware that audio-only participants calling via a regular phone dial-in option will “break” the encryption
  • Be careful with file and screen-sharing capabilities. They could accidentally disclose sensitive information or be used to spread malicious programs.