Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : computers 

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unapprecia...


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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : environment 
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile ...
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Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : computers 

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unapprecia...


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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : environment 
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : computers 

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unapprecia...


Continue reading ...
 

UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : environment 
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : computers 

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unapprecia...


Continue reading ...
 

UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : environment 
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : computers 

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unapprecia...


Continue reading ...
 

UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : environment 
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile ...
Continue reading ...