Recent content by g8terh8ter_eric

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    IT / Cybersecurity

    It's going back to the test it used to be, one big test for the whole thing. Now it's two different tests, and if you get the first one it's just a CCENT.
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    IT / Cybersecurity

    Those mentioning CCNA, there are so many other platforms out there that are in use (Sonicwall, Fortinet, Juniper, Open Source), that it almost a waste of time to get it. It only lasts 3 years now, and you have to keep going to re-certify your active status. Get to know as much as you can on...
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    IT / Cybersecurity

    I know that Cybersecurity is all the rage right now, but even with the amount of money that it can pay, I prefer my onsite technician job. You quickly realize how important selecting the right people to run your business is, mainly due to the ignorance of a lot of people and technology. Don't...
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    The mortality rate is based on who gets it, and who lives and dies from the virus. Even if the number recovered skyrockets, you aren't going to see this thing under a 2% mortality rate. We aren't talking about total population, just those who have lived or died from the virus itself.
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    So double the total cases and you get 2.3%. I'm not sure where you are basing your numbers off of, but we are talking about doubling the total cases in the world and no more deaths, and its still 2.3%.
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    Right now just based on the total cases and deaths its at 4.6%. Somewhere between 2-5% is not outlandish, IMO.
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    Right now the mortality rate is 17%, based on closed cases. That being said, the likelihood that the mortality rate is somewhere in the neighborhood of 2-5% in the end is very likely. That means is much deadlier than the flu, even though it has fewer cases. That's even if we find a treatment...
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    No, we are trying to keep from running out of testing kits, mainly because the panic is causing people to become hypochondriacs and think they have the virus. There are plenty of people with the flu, ear infections, colds, allergies (myself), bacterial/viral pneumonia, and other things that...
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    It may not be like the flu, but to be honest, if we treated the flu with a much vigilance in terms of prevention on a personal level as this virus, the flu would be less of the issue it is. The whole issue we are dealing with now, is the fact that people are not personally vigilant when dealing...
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    The scary thing is school situation, especially given the flu still going around. Is it possible to get both at the same time?
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    Coronavirus (No politics)

    @kiddiedoc or @bigdaddy, is this thing really that scary as it seems it could be, or is it really being blown out of proportion at bit?
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    Office/Gaming Set Up

    I wouldn't. A 2060 would be just fine in most all gaming solutions. Get the faster components on the board, like CPU, RAM, NVME SSD, RAM Speed, ect, and you will be just fine.
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    Office/Gaming Set Up

    A mid-range gaming machine can be done for around $1200-$1500 depending on if you need everything or just the tower.
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    Jim Ross on the Kansas St vs Kansas Brawl

    Little video I whipped up this morning....OH THE CARNAGE!

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