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More Insight into Ionization and Sputtering Systems

September 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

What divides magnetron sputtering from various other sputtering approaches is the very high level of ionization of the target material which is deposited on the substrate. The film deposited can be as thin as a few atoms, but it’s nearly as strong as a diamond.

A magnetron sputtering system, likewise called high-power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) and high-power pulsed magnetron sputtering (HPPMS), is a fairly new advancement in precision vacuum system processes. The first device was made by Kouznetsov in October of 2001. Most industries that create medical tools, optical instruments and semi-conductors have benefited from this technology

If a product to be coated requires many layers of coating, it may require a greater ionization, a requirement a magnetron sputtering system could do. The magnetron cathode uses electromagnetic fields to contain the atoms and molecules, creating a highly concentrated beam that bombards the intended material.

Magnetron sputtering systems also provide the benefit of offering more choices than traditional, non-magnetron techniques. Magnetron sputtering systems can deposit denser, harder films. Objects that need to be protected from abrasion, heat and pressure can benefit from ionization in the sputtering process. The magnetron sputtering process offers a superior result for efforts to coat sensitive instruments and devices.

Guest post is provided by Denton Vacuum, LLC, offering the magnetron sputtering system and more. Visit the website for more details at www.dentonvacuum.com.

Why Monitoring Remote Desktops is a Good Idea

September 19, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Almost all of us have found ourselves in a situation where we’ve left an important file on a computer that we aren’t physically present at. Of course, if it’s a personal file, it isn’t all that serious but just in case this this is a work-related file, it can prevent or hold back productivity that can even make a real difference with the clients you work with.

Of course, you can’t use Dropbox for these files since they are of a sensitive nature. So, with that said, one can try monitoring remote desktop software that allows you to access files on your system at work if you are at another location.

Better still, the features of these applications don’t just stop there. You can not only look for files of your own but also keep track of your subordinates’ productivity using specific features that are offered by only a handful of remote desktop software developers.

Whether it is time tracking, checking which applications they’re using more, what they did when logged into a session or even when they logged out, you can access all this information at a few clicks of a mouse as remote desktop reporting has become a reality.

All in all, using this kind of software should, most evidently, help you to keep tabs on your work but also those whom you employ too in more ways than one.

Article submitted by RDPSoft Company, which is based in Las Vegas, offers products that help businesses track productivity as a whole by means of remote monitoring and reporting software. One of their most prominent offerings includes a terminal server monitor that not only keeps track of data but also captures it for legal or compliance purposes.

Reach for the Cloud

September 19, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

In recent years, more and more businesses rely heavily on computer systems to go about their daily operations. A lot has changed over the last century in terms of data storage, from huge floppy drives that can only store a few bits of data, to small flash drives that has the capacity to store a collection of high-definition movies. It is a fact that technology will continually evolve into something better, and the only thing we can do is to keep up with the changing times.

In lieu to these changing times, cloud computing has been developed. Cloud computing, or simply cloud, is a way of processing data that involves a large number of independent computers that are connected through a common real-time communications network, such as the internet. The benefits of cloud over traditional network models include lower operational costs as it is able to share its resources across many users, allow for the centralization of data for faster dissemination and increased monitoring for security, and most importantly the capability to allow users to access the information anywhere from any mobile device. Setting up your network is easy as there are plenty of available computer services Irvine listed in the yellow pages. Orange County is the same and a quick “computer services orange county” search should turn up promising results.

Cloud technology is easily accessible to local businesses now. The challenge is how to maximize its use to deliver efficiencies and cost savings to your clients.

Article submitted by CalnetTechnology  Group. Calnet Technology Group manages cloud technology computer networking Los Angeles for local businesses.