Monday, 25 July 2016

Why to go for Blended Learning for Corporate Training?

Blended learning is the mixture of different learning surroundings. It is not similar to distance or traditional learning but it is the mixture of both classroom and traditional learning. It includes online learning programs. The most significant feature of blended learning is that it cuts the limitations with the help of computer aided programs and internet. It is also used for corporate trainings. Professional trainers teach them with the help of computers and laptops. Every single study material is available on the company portal to help them in learning. Employer can easily assess these materials for their study or training purpose.

ACIT Education Pvt. Ltd. describes top benefits of blended learning for corporate training:

Offers the best of both worlds - Mixture of online and offline study sounds interesting and attractive.  Blended leaning helps the corporate training employees to learn at their own place without going anywhere else and provide necessary study material when required. It increases the interest of employees and also motivates them.

Enhance corporate training effectiveness - Whenever new elements are added to your study material you want to study them more curiously. Similarly in this case when online new elements are added they improve your knowledge. Blended learning provides you more options having different approaches which encourage to study more effectively and hence enhances your training.

It simplifies corporate training logistics - Organizing seminars and workshops becomes a hurdle in training work and it is one of the biggest disadvantages of learning field. But with the help of blended learning you can easily manage this hurdle by reducing number of seminars and workshops.

Cost effective - Cost is another factor in education or learning. So blended learning also helps you to reduce the training cost. In blended learning trainers are hired for less time so total expenses that are done is less and hence reduces the training cost that includes travelling charges, transportation, accommodation etc.

It also enhances the soft skill of employers that develops their communication skills and facilitates corporate training feedback. Blended learning is the best option for corporate trainings as it saves time and money both and provides you an effective training. For more details, contact ACIT Institute Mumbai

Saturday, 9 July 2016

How To Secure Your Wi-Fi Network From Penetration

Unprotected Wi-Fi is probably the easiest mode for people to access your private network, engulf your internet, and cause you severe headaches with more spiteful behavior. Leaving your Wi-Fi network unlocked creates redundant vulnerability where non-malicious users can wipe off lots of our bandwidth unconsciously and malicious users can plagiarize using our IP as a cover up, explore your network and potentially gain access to your personal data, or even worse explains the experts from ACIT Institute. If you have never accessed your router’s control panel or have no idea about how to do it, now is the time to read ahead and give yourself a quick revision.

Update Your Router and Upgrade to Third Party Firmware preferably

At least you will have to visit the website of your Router’s manufacturer to ensure that there are no new updates. Router software is likely to be quite unwavering and releases are usually rare in between. If your manufacturer has issued an update (or quite a few) since you purchased your router it’s certainly time to upgrade.

Change Your Router’s Password

Each router ships with a default login/password arrangement. The literal combination differs from model to model but it’s simple enough to search for default that keeping it unchanged is just calling a big trouble. Open Wi-Fi pooled with the default password is basically leaving your complete network wide open for public.

Changing/Hiding Your SSID

You buy a router with a default SSID; typically something simple like “Wireless” or the trademark name like “Netgear”. There’s nothing erroneous with leaving it set as default. If you live in a quite populated area, still, it would seem right to change it to something unusual so as to distinguish it. Don’t set it to anything that classifies you.