What Is A .intunewin File And How To Create One

A .intunewin file is used with Microsoft's Intune to deploy Windows applications to Microsoft Windows devices managed by Intune, as an alternative to using apps from the Microsoft Store (i.e., for applications not available in the store). Creating A .intunewin File Microsoft provide a tool called "IntuneWinAppUtil.exe" that is used to create .intunewin files. The … Continue reading What Is A .intunewin File And How To Create One

Security: Symmetric / Asymmetric Encryption (Notes)

Symmetric encryption uses the same key to encrypt and decrypt information. Symmetric encryption is generally faster than asymmetric encryption. However, it has the issue of finding a secure method of sharing the key (e.g., password) for the encryption so that it may be used. Symmetric encryption includes: Block ciphers such as AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), … Continue reading Security: Symmetric / Asymmetric Encryption (Notes)

Terminal Not Reading Input, C# and Visual Studio Code (C Sharp / C#)

I'm currently refreshing my knowledge skills of C# (C Sharp), starting with a work through of C# Programming (Mike McGrath) to help with my ASP.NET university project. On my desktop computer I'm using Visual Studio instead of Visual Studio Code (my preferred IDE for most languages), but on my ageing laptop Visual Studio takes an … Continue reading Terminal Not Reading Input, C# and Visual Studio Code (C Sharp / C#)

What Is The Difference Between Scaling Up And Scaling Out (Cloud)

One of the advantages of cloud infrastructure is the ability to scale infrastructure to meet demand. The options for scaling are: Scaling Up / Down Scaling Up / Down can also be referred to as vertical scaling and is when components within a single instance are increased or decreased. For example, adding more memory to … Continue reading What Is The Difference Between Scaling Up And Scaling Out (Cloud)

NIST: Definitions Of Cloud Computing

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce and in September 2011 NIST published a definition of Cloud Computing. The full definition / document (SP 800-145) can be read via the NIST webpage: https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-145/final , however I am going to summarise parts of the document. Five … Continue reading NIST: Definitions Of Cloud Computing