The servers aren't leaving the building - but using dedicated servers for specific functions may become obsolete. IDG.tv explains.
The Internet Archive offers a collection of videos about computing and technology. View great geeks of the past and watch the evolution of the Internet and digital life.
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Defcon Computers presents step-by-step process to diagnose computer probloems.
A+ Computer Repair Course - Chapter 1, Part 1, by Greg French, covers hardware components . His other course videos are also available on YouTube.
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TrainSignal/Pluralsight describes the CompTIA A+ exams and how to prepare.
Presented by the Computer Science E-1 course at Harvard University Extension School.
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