SSH VS Telnet

“No more long distance communication” as the slogan implies, the efficient exchanges of messages through the modern network protocol advancements was made possible due to the SSH ... Continue Reading →

Rdbms vs Oodbms

Management systems are significant intangible assets of the company to address the operating procedures and records through the use of databases. An efficient way of putting most of ... Continue Reading →

MBA vs MMS

Today, the world has become more and more industrialized and revolutionary because of all the emerging opportunities in the business industry whether they may be in technology, food, ... Continue Reading →

Latitude vs Longitude

Geographical Coordinates: Latitude VS Longitude              Latitude and Longitude are used in specifying geographical locations. Latitude identifies a location with respect ... Continue Reading →

GLP Vs GMP

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CONTEXT VS CONTENT

English language composes hundred of thousands of words and some of these words are often mistaken for one another to mean the same. Content and Context are examples of these words. ... Continue Reading →

PST Vs PDT

You’re accustomed to use such abbreviations as “PDT” for Pacific Daytime in the middle of July and “PST,” for Pacific Standard Time in the middle of December in reference ... Continue Reading →

ASSEMBLER VS COMPILER

  We often encounter computer terminologies especially when we associate ourselves in the world of programming. There are two main types of computer programs used to execute a ... Continue Reading →

DEMOCRACY VS DICTATORSHIP

The administration of the public and political system in the government can be ruled under the democratic or dictatorship principles. The distinction of these two lies on the intervention ... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Visio 2007 Standard and Visio 2007 Professional

Changes in technology come fat. Who would have known Ms Office 2007 could replace Ms Office 2003.  Five years is a long period for any technology to stay as number one choice.  Yet ... Continue Reading →