Recently on Social Media and tech-oriented mailing-lists, there has been lots of debate following a statement on the National TV by the Minister of ICT in Mauritius, Mr Tassaragen Chelumbrum Pillay, in which he said that the IPv4 addresses are exhausting and thus we need to move to IPv6. Well, for non-technical people out there, this can sound a little alien-language. The purpose of this article is to try to explain in simplest terms, the IP addressing system, IPv4, IPv6, how to transition effectively from IPv4 to IPv6 and consumer concerns about same. For the writing of this article, I asked my friend, Logan to help me. Why Logan? Well, Logan has Operational Experience in IPv6 with his employer, AFRINIC deploying IPv6 networks in Africa, plus Logan is currently in deep IPv6 research and has even brought forward some security fixes for a few platforms. He is willing to help the Government of Mauritius with his knowledge and expertise. “I would like to help my country, Mauritius, to do the jump to IPv6 in a cost-effective, highly secure, reliable way while conforming to international standards of the IETF…” – to quote some of Logan’s words.
This tutorial covers two topics at the same time. First; Google’s Cloud Printing Service, Second, how on earth can we print from an Android Tablet. Quite long post, but you can read only the parts you need as the article was written in such a way that you can skip certain parts or read only those you like. Enjoy – iRshaad 🙂
Having a tablet is really cool; you can play Angry Birds, watch videos on Youtube, browse the WWW and lots more. But for the office guy out there, creating/editing/viewing documents on a tablet is simply awesome. No need to switch on the PC to read a document unless you already own a smartphone with an office suite. But lets not compare the smartphone and the tablet for document viewing as the tablet will take it all with its larger screen providing much better reading ease. But now, there’s another problem, what if that document needs to be printed and you are not on your PC that has a printer hooked to it? :S Well, worry not, today with the advent of cloud computing, printing through the clouds too is possible. Here’s how to do it 🙂