mkNowadays there is a large number of alternatives when it comes to mini-PCs, many of which are barebones that you have to assemble yourself. Of course, these fetch a lower price and are often preferred by some people. Other mini-PCs come ready-to-use with all the parts and even the operating system pre-installed. Of course, their price is higher, though not by much, something that deters some people. So, what alternative should you go for?

If you are a hard-core IT enthusiast (the type of person who would prefer Linux or some other more esoteric OS, while also do computer-related DIY projects for fun), then a barebone may be the alternative for you. Although turning a barebone into a fully functional mini-PC is no easy task, it is still manageable and may be even fun for those super geeks out there. Plus you get to choose what components to put in your machine, something that some people like to have control over.

Nevertheless, if you are not a super power-user and care more about having a fully-functional and accountable PC, then it would probably be better to

w4Data Center Relocation & Moving its Associated Hardware often leads a client to a specialty data center and server moving firm, for assistance managing and executing their relocation project.

"We are looking for data center movers and/or computer equipment movers". Seems easy enough, just need to move some servers from A to B. Moving a data center seems like it's just a matter of picking things up and putting them down. This isn't the case at all and there are many considerations often left out of the thought process leading up to physical move.

The hope is that this short guide version will help to create a required level of awareness when you are physically moving your data center.

Not every company has the resources required to relocate a data center, or to physically move servers from place to place. The resources that are in place are often times working on the software, storage, DR, migration planning, checking over planning, and trying to work out the fail over bugs.

Often times the IT side of the house is presented with the task of moving the company's data center,

kWhen it comes to must haves for me concerning mechanical keyboards I always recommend the MKC Zinc Gold Tone Keyset. While the set can be a bit pricy at $50 for the set of just 37 keys to me it was well worth the investment. The first benefit you get from the keys is simply the look of them. Because they arrive individually wrapped they have no scratches or blemishes on the keys. Then when you contrast the keys to the plastic ones on your keyboard these shine and reflect all the light making them look very beautiful. Then the feel of the keys is much more superior to any plastic counterpart. Although they can be a bit cold at first touch it's never an uncomfortable temperature. The smoothness of the keys also feels much nicer than plastic keys that usually are slightly textured. Even with the lack of texture your fingers don't slide all over the keys and it's still easy to use. These keys also provide a physical benefit along with an aesthetic one. Because the weight of the keys is a

21I've been very interested in the development of better virtual reality headsets in 2016, with the two main contestants in this tech race being Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and until recently the race has felt dominated by the Oculus Rift. Then the Rift launched at a higher cost than expected, about the same time that HTC decided to show off their newest prototype, which was a tremendous improvement on their previous model.

So who's winning the race now? Let's start by refreshing our memory banks about both teams planned virtual reality head sets.

The consumer version of the Oculus Rift will be running a resolution of 2160 x 1200, split between 2 displays, running at 90 Hertz. Which are oriented in portrait, not landscape. These screens and their new lenses can move independently of the headset, which will allow them to accommodate better ranges.

The fit and finish of the new Oculus Rift has been greatly improved, it's lighter and feels like quality when held, which is uncommon in a light device. More fabric was added to the design and it will be washable, the foam