Monday, May 6, 2013
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Check out the storify story below to know more about World Startup Report Event in Nepal.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattrai joined, a popular micro blogging site Twitter as @brb_laaldhwoj on Sunday (20th Jan 2013). PM’s personal secretary Bishwadeep Pandey wrote on Facebook this afternoon.
In his first Tweet PM Bhattarai asked youth to remain optimistic about the country. He tweeted “My fellow countrymen, specially young friends, let's remain optimistic about our great country! We must turn challenges into opportunities”.
My fellow countrymen, specially young friends, let's remain optimistic about our great country ! We must turn challenges into opportunities.— Baburam bhattarai (@brb_laaldhwoj) January 20, 2013
It’s great to see Prime Minister on popular microblog since it’s a great tool to communicate with people, but I’m not sure how he is going to use it.
Currently he follows 30 people and has 450+ followers (with in 2 hrs).
Friday, November 30, 2012
Mobile Business Intelligence is nothing but the distribution of business data to smartphones and tablet
computers which are the latest dominating mobile devices. In order to find out the sales revenue by
products and associated costs and incomes via mobiles, Business intelligence plays the role. Nowadays
business people are roaming around the world and telecommuting jobs are increased a lot. To satisfy all
their needs and get the job done, mobile business intelligence is playing the good role. Let us see it in
detail.Mobile BI required all users to be on the same device
In initial days, Blackberry was dominating and hence Business intelligence applications were deployed
in Blackberry. Later iPhone, Android-based devices etc., are all prevailing and in order to make device-
independent web browsers playing the major role in it and thus it has become platform neutral.
A native application is required for each type of mobile device
Different mobile device has several latest updates and versions. Multiple software getting developed to
make platform neutral. But still nowadays down-loadable apps are available and they are accessed via
web browsers easily. Information Builders is the pioneer in the mobile browser to deliver analytics and
Mobile users are always connected
Mobile Intelligence is dominating nowadays and it is reachable even in an island. It is not required for
the business person to carry their laptop instead they can perform all their operation in mobile. Mobile BI
platform is emerging with latest trends to make the business owners united.
Few disadvantages in Mobile intelligence
Deep analysis view or creation is not possible in Mobile. Extra specialized software is required for mobile
browser to provide analytic functionality.
On a desktop browser reports are visually rich with tables, graphics and hence it will be helpful in
business discussions. But in mobile browsers, they look too cramped and hence difficult to view.
As mobile browsers helping for all users as neutral, many sophisticated features are getting introduced
time to time. Few features like the reports can be viewed in customizable ways preferred by the user.
Opera mobile browser is the king in mobile Web technologies. This web browser has additional shortcuts
and tricks making the mobile device to function a lot.
Recent innovations in mobile industry definitely say that mobile devices are greatly helping for the
Information Builders app
Content can be added or removed from mobile favorite folder in the same way as how contents can be
done in favorite’s folder in a Web browser. Hence one can play the same way like favorites folder using
Information Builders app. Moreover they are making platform neutral concept as no need to depend on
any additional software for separate mobile devices.
Business growth will be more only when modern techniques get used in business. Mobile intelligence
is the best intelligence method to improve business. In telecommuting methods, presidents and vice
presidents globally determining their business strengths just by using mobile. Telecommunication has
increased a lot and in business it is touching greater heights.
About the author: Kelly is a blogger by profession. She loves writing, reading and travelling. She contributes to Gulf Coast Readers Inc
Saturday, August 11, 2012
Cross post in Aakar Post in Nepali.
(Blog via Mobile)
Sunday, August 5, 2012
How does the new iPad differ from the old? [how differ from previous, current goods and current Bad, Recommendation]
Only a few years ago, there were no such thing as iPads to talk about, yet by mid-2012 we're already abuzz about the new iPad 3. Although computing tablets were on the map in the mid-90s, it took the marketing genius of Apple and the late Steve Jobs to successfully brand them as essential devices for the masses. Promotions for the upgrade boast about it hosting a better camera and better display, along with a new quad core processor. But if you already own one of the previous versions of iPad, why would you invest in the newest version?
First of all, the new iPad 3 is specifically promoted as an improvement over iPad 2, both visually and functionally. Aside from the new A5X chip installed to render incredible graphics, the oval processing on the device is much more speedy and smooth. Apple made sure that this graphics upgrade put it ahead of the pack in terms of of loading images and video, and preinstalled games. One can play Angry Birds and many other new standards of the mobile device era to one's heart's content. Surprisingly, there is some privately little visual difference between between iPad 2 and 3 while the units are both off - it's when you turn on the latter tablet PC that you see the power.
Video display is one of the biggest standouts on the iPad 3, given the fact that the built-in camera is capable of recording HD video in full 1080 P. This is spectacular output to expect from a tiny unit, if the compact handheld delivers. The new iPad has Quad-Core Graphics from nVidia (Targa 3) that provides HD Display and higher resolution. The new iPad also has some new software tweaks including retina display voice-command, and couple other things.
The improvements to the new iPad are smartly applied, in other words, and applied within almost count toward improving the mobile computing experience. The screen on the tablet (2048-by-1536 at 264 pixels per inch) comes with four times as many pixels than the iPad 2, which was already an advanced, high definition resolution device. This higher level of clarity, called the retina display, has the effect of making everything look extremely detailed and gorgeous. Additional functions such as 5 MP iSight camera photography and recording videos make this one of the finest handhelds for creating and displaying spectacular images.
All this power needs to be controlled, which is why the new iPad has a sleep mode similar to many notebooks in order to conserve energy. When closed, the tablet goes to sleep, when opened, it wakes back up. There is also versatility in the model, in that it can work with AT&T and Verizon wireless across nine different variations of the model, and it offers 4G LTE connectivity. Even the battery is marginally improved as often tested to run 10 1/2 hours with wireless operating, while playing a video at a brightness set at 60%. Now that's a lot of power and durability.
The drawback to all these powerful additions and capabilities is in the heat factor. Some users complained the unit heats up to the point where it becomes uncomfortable to handle after long periods. The new iPad comes with the ability to crop up and kind of handstand arrangement for those desiring that form of hands-free operation. There's also the matter the ongoing competition with Android-based equivalents - depending on the model and unique configuration, some rival tablets are now outdoing Apple in terms of speed and loading time for their handhelds.
Even with both minor issues, the new iPad represents a huge improvement for overall PC tablet technology, and shows Apple is able to continue his path of improvement to match or exceed those of its competitors with future generations of the product. The versatility features abounding in the unit is still a deciding factor in making a purchasing decision about this or other tablets, as the number of apps available for the iPad line far exceeds anything on the Android side of the ledger. Those warning the most out of the most popular brand for handhelds available today, the new iPad 3 delivers just about everything you want.
-By Shailesh Gyawali
Shailesh Gyawali is a blogger, he blogs at Think Digital World.
Monday, July 9, 2012
There’s a reason cloud computing is the latest and greatest IT buzzword: it’s really, really useful. With ‘the cloud’ we can backup and remotely access our files, work on documents through a web-based word processor, play the latest PC games on a tablet or smartphone, and much much more.
One of the other great things is ease of use, it’s instantly and easily accessible to anyone, even basic computers or phones can make use of cloud technology. But this raises the issue of security - just how safe is cloud computing?The problem with any cloud solution is that you’re placing your data in someone else's hands. We’d all like to think that a company offering to store files remotely will have necessary precautions in place to prevent security breaches but the truth is that no system is completely secure.
For example: LastPass.com is a service which stores passwords under a single master password so you don’t have to remember logins for every web site. Incredibly useful, and you’d think if anyone was safe it’d be these guys, but last year they admitted to a security breach in which some user logins and encrypted password containers may have been stolen. The company was quick to act in response but it’s still worrying. A higher profile example is the Sony Playstation Network hack where the details of 77 million PSN users were exposed, resulting in Sony taking the PS3’s network offline for several weeks.
These incidents (Google for many more) show just how vulnerable your data can be. When you upload files or information to a server you have no idea where it’s going to end up or who may be able to see it. Often it’s not a major worry, if someone breaks into your Dropbox they may only end up with a few music files and images, but as cloud computing becomes more commonplace we’re sending an increasing amount of data with little thought of the consequences.
That doesn’t mean you need to stop using Dropbox or Google Docs, but exercising some caution and upping your security awareness will help protect you.
Tips for safe cloud computing:
- Stick to the big players. High profile companies like Google and Microsoft have money to spend on security and a reputation to maintain, they have nothing to gain and everything to lose by not ensuring the highest level of safety. Smaller outfits may have less experienced people and just can’t offer the same security. If it hasn’t happened already there will almost certainly be cloud services operated by scammers purely for the purpose of gaining access to your files and personal info.
- Be careful with sensitive data. You’ve got no idea who may have access to files on a cloud server so don’t upload anything you wouldn’t want other people seeing, or if you do make sure it’s password protected.
- Use strong passwords. Long passwords with a mix of letters, numbers and special characters (if allowed) will greatly reduce the risk of unauthorized access to your account. This is absolutely essential. Make use of password generators to create random passphrases and password managers so you don’t need to memorize each one.
Author Bio: This post is written by Matt Powell. He is writing ‘Is cloud computing safe’ on behalf of Broadband Genie. Make sure you have a quick broadband internet connection to have uninterrupted access.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
According to company’s Facebook post, “this offer includes Ncell Pro Premium with 700 minutes local calls, 700 local SMS and 70 MB data per month for 12 months”. Installments are available from Nabil
Monday, May 14, 2012
There’re many types of keyboards available in different language for Android device. But all those available keyboards in Google Play may not support Devanagari font. Don’t worry; we’re here to guide you through Nepali Keyboard for Android mobile/tablet devices, “MultiLing Keyboard”.MultiLing Keyboard is known as all in one Keyboard, since you can use it for dozens of languages. A powerful and easy keyboard, MultiLing Keyboard is a free app and can be installed in 2.0+ Android devices.
If you are searching for Hindi Keyboard for Android or Nepali Keyboard for Android or Marathi Keyboard or Arabic Keyboard for Android or even Spanish Keyboard for Android, MultiLing Keyboard is the best keyboards I’ve ever seen.
Install MultiLing Keyboard from Google Play. Enjoy, tweeting, texting and lot more in your own language.
Friday, May 11, 2012
The company plans to cater to the local needs by launching the website and the platform in Malay, Chinese and Tamil in the coming months.
Mr Khanal plans to go aggressive in the market by leveraging EBSM’s local business network. EBSM’s CEO Suresh Unni says, “This is a win-win scenario for the two companies. Simplify360 is one of the World’s finest enterprise grade Media Monitoring and Analytics infrastructure, and we are happy to partner with the company to provide localized value to the clients”.
Mr Suresh adds, “We plan to move aggressively, and target the market leadership in next 2 years. We are confident of achieving it.”
The Malaysian version of the site will be launched by June 1st week.