Биометрическая карта личного доступа в качестве индивидуального средства защиты информации. Принцип действия основан на трёхуровневой защите доступа. В качестве первого уровня предлагается связь карты с конкретным компьютером или прочим устройством цифровой техники, в котором при каждом входе генерируется пароль, который заносится в карту для последующего доступа с генерацией другого пароля для третьего входа и так далее. Вторым уровнем защиты будет служить 32-х битный личный пароль пользователя, который он будет в состоянии изменить и занести в карту посредством программы управления, установленной на защищаемом компьютере. Третий уровень предполагает сканирование сетчатки глаза, отпечатка пальца как средство дополнительной защиты. По моему мнению, как разработчика, вышеперечисленные операции не доставят ощутимого дискомфорта и через небольшое количество применений станут обыденными и даже войдут в привычку, однако их совокупность позволит колоссально увеличить безопасность личной и коммерческой информации людей высокого уровня, таких как руководство фирм и корпораций, сотрудников банков, возможно, операторов рядовых военных объектов.Google Translation added by Moderator:Biometric personal access card as an individual means of information protection . The principle of operation is based on a three-level access protection . The first level offers a connection card with a specific computer or other device digital equipment, which is generated at each login password that is stored in the map for future access to the generation of a different password for the third entry and so on. The second level of protection will serve as a 32-bit personal user password , which he will be able to change and store your card through the control program that is installed on the protected computer . The third level involves a retinal scan , fingerprint as a means of additional protection. In my opinion, as a developer , the above steps do not deliver tangible discomfort and through a small number of applications will become commonplace and even will become a habit , but their combination would allow enormously increase the safety of personal and commercial information of people of high level , such as the management of firms and corporations , employees of banks perhaps operators ordinary military facilities.
When will Dell Precision Workstations have the option for the newer 10 and 12 core Xeon chips (e.g. E5-2690 v2 10 core at 3 GHz or E5-2697 v2 12 core at 2.7 GHz)? Your competitors (@Xi, Titanus, Digital Storm, Velocity Micro and HP) all offer these Intel processors as an option today.Thanks,3D-Pangel
Greetings all. Like many, we order a large amount of all-in-one systems yearly, for our open access computer labs. We have away from spinning disks completely, in favor of all SSDs. The OptiPlex line (in our case the AIO 9010/9020) has only one SSD option - 128GB. Our images are large enough though, that 128GB simply does not give us enough room. We have tested the "hybrid" drives, and though they do fill a good niche between conventional spinning disks, and full SSDs, we are interested in only SSDs. For our electronic classrooms that use towers, the only way we could get the larger SSDs we needed, was to order the more expensive, Precision towers (the 256GB SSD is available in the Precision line). The 256GB SSDs offered in the Precisions, are the same "form factor" as the 128GB SSDs offered in the Optis (2.5", SATA interface, etc.) Since there are no Precision, AIO options, and we need SSDs larger than 128GB, we have been forced to by AIOs from other manufacturers. The AIOs we buy for our open access labs, are the only non-Dell units we purchase (again, due to the SSD limitation). Our classroom towers, student checkout laptops, and servers, are all Dells. I've communicated this with our Dell reps, but I think they're limited in what they can do. Is there anyway Dell can make the 256GB SSDs they already have for the Precision lineup, available as an option for the OptiPlex lineup? Thanks so much, Matt
Why have Dell computers dropped the eSata port? I just replaced two old XPS laptops (16 and 15) with a new XPS 15. Looks great, but it less useful given the absence of that port - it's not as though it has "more" of anything else.Like a super model. Looks good, but not that useful.Lots of people would prefer to use the more stable estata connection for things like RAID arrays.
With the rapid change in technology and stiff competition from different companies, Dell need to develop someting like a cloud storage or cloud computing platform.Then the size and speed of a device could be optimised and data could be stored and accessed from the cloud.It could be similar to Apple's iCloud
My Dell Precision T5500 has been under my desk working flawlessly for almost 5 years and it's still great. A 2GHz Xeon is still quite adequate for what I do. However, one of the reasons it has lasted so long is that every few months I open it up and vacuum the dust out of it. It gets filthy in there! Heat-sinks get clogged up with dust and connectors get contaminated. Even the USB connectors on the front of the system get all dusty from the unfiltered air being drawn into the system. I recently bought an air cleaner for our bedroom and it occurred to me that this would be a great combination! Design the PC case to use a nice big radial fan and put a big HEPA filter in front of it, so it will last long and be quiet. Then direct the clean air through the electronics and maintain positive air pressure inside the case. Then, not only will the PC stay clean and require less maintenance, but it will serve as a room air cleaner at the same time! A simple air-flow vane can trigger an alert for replacing the filter - (please use a filter that you can buy at a local store). This would be a nice Dell differentiation too. I also believe the cost vs. perceived benefit could add significantly to Dell's bottom line.
Hello! I'd like to see in the Dell servers GSM module to send notifications and server management. This features not found in any of the production servers. Ready to help in adapting to Linux.
My idea is based around the need for Small and Medium sized enterprises to have a new form factor created around their very specific need to get datacenter capable components that cannot be situated in a dedicated datacenter. Their needs are getting ever more sophisticated but its hard for them to have multiple tower servers or one powerful server situated in an office environment. If they did go for rack servers a large rack dominates the office space and of course remains loud due to the BPU output. I am therefore proposing a new standard be created around the traditional rack platform but meets specific criteria for SME; 1. Size (Office Space) 2. Power (Efficiency) 3. Cooling (Reduced active cooling) My idea is around taking the traditional server rack 'U' format and shrinking it to a more suitable standard for SME's. i.e. 'Mini U'. It could be around 50-70% of the normal depth and width and a maximum of perhaps 50% of the height. This rack could then take mini U servers, storage, switches, routers, UPS's, patch cabling etc. It would likely need to be an open standard in order for other vendors to build equipment to the new standard or offer rack mount kits for their existing equipment. With Mini ITX and ATX becoming more commonplace and Intel driving down the TDP of their processors we must surely be in a situation where these servers could be produced effectively. Think along the lines of a blade computer but one that is stand alone and mountable. These racks could also be used for Enterprises for satellite offices too. When working for a Microsoft Gold Partner we were frequently told by Microsoft that theres a lot of consultancies going for the large corporates and yet there are literally hundreds of thousands of SME's in the marketplace desperate for more IT maturity. Obviously cost is always going to be a factor but the volume might become comparable to large enterprises when taking into account the number of businesses out there. With Microsoft's essentials platforms you could pretty much have an OEM appliance marketplace developed as well as Open source opportunities. I know for me as an SME consultant I would love to have equipment like this available that allows me to help a small business but allow them the headroom for years to come. Especially because VMWare offer ESX SME solutions too. Its an idea I have been thinking about for a couple of years so happy for it to be dissected, good or bad, pros and cons. Richard Status Update: This idea has been Partially Implemented with the announcement of the Dell PowerEdge VRTX converged solution. Thank you for posting!
Following Dell's acqusition of Compellent, it appears that a decision was made to remove the Compellent logo from the front of each drive carrier. I discovered this after purchasing (and recieving just yesterday) a new shelf of 15K SAS disks for my Compellent SAN. Here's the new shelf as installed (the new shelf is on the bottom).As you can see, not only do the new drives not match the rest of the system, but also (and perhaps more importantly) the Compellent branding is significantly decreased, making the array look like a generic no-name disk array. Yes, the Dell|Compellent logo is present on the right-side bezel, but that's a miniscule amount of real-estate compared to having a logo on each drive carrier.Please consider bringing back the Compellent logo on these drive carriers.Thank you![Personal information redacted]
In every enterprise there is a need for a lightweight server, running a domain server, email server, webserver for intranet, etc These servers don't need much processing capability, but as they run all the time need to be energy efficient and not take up too much room. Of course a lot of these are virtualised now, but this doesn't suit everyone. My idea is to create a new server platform which is basically an android based mobile phone without the phone connectivity and to either rely on wifi, or add a network connection. For disk based tasks add an SSD drive which would be fast and also low heat/energy. Android can easily run domain server, email server, etc software The OS can also be locked down to prevent virus attacks, and because it can be treated as a true appliance the maintenance for the device would be very low (no running large numbers of windows updates etc) Because of it's size, you could fit a very large number of this appliance servers in a rack mounting kit. In terms of creating these devices, a lot of the software and hardware already exists already. Please let me know what you think of this idea.