Tips to Set Up Your Outside Security Cameras

Whether you have bought your new security system to deter the burglars and criminals or to keep an extra eye on the nanny, your system will definitely start paying for its own worth right from the day you first install it.

However, set up and maintenance of your security systems could get a little messy when you are not a tech-pro! This does not mean that you need to worry! Just follow some ground rules and that’s it.

So, here is a light reading for you to get low-down on the best tips for installing the new security gear.

Set up and Placement

Get your angles right!

Want to keep an eye on the sleeping baby? Place a cam over the cot. Hitting the road for vacations? Install one on the front door. Have tall trees and long shrubs? Get a camera or two for the backyard.

It is always important to capture the main areas of concern and record from the right angles. For instance, if you capture a person walking through the door, but are not able to see his face clearly, then your investment in the ‘extra eyes’ will go in vain. Another important tip is to get some additional mounting brackets in case you want to change the position of the cameras afterward.

Put a name on each camera!

As all the security cameras are positioned in different parts of the house, you can easily get confused while viewing them all on a single screen. The best solution for this is to give different names to cameras placed in different rooms or areas.

For example, you can easily name the cameras installed in the backyard, kitchen or baby’s room. All this makes your system more manageable and easier to view.

Switch to wireless for long distances!

Most wireless systems allow consolidating the cams in a good range of 100 meters from the base station, both for indoors and outdoors. This feature certainly makes the wireless cameras perfect for monitoring larger areas such as sheds, yards and other locations that couldn’t be reached with the normal wire extensions of the wired surveillance system.

Usage and Monitoring

Turn on the motion sensing capabilities!

Modern security cameras are equipped with motion sensors to efficiently track suspicious activities. Get the most out of your motion sensors by placing them seven feet high and facing them slightly downwards. This position will make a good difference to its motion sensing capabilities.

Customize the modes and settings!

After setting up your cameras successfully, the next big task is to customize the image recording and the alarm settings. Fine-tune your recording modes and notification settings to get your system working and your cams recording just the way you want them to.

One example is adjusting the DVR/NVR recording settings. In the ‘continuous’ recording mode, all your footage gets saved on the disk space, whereas in the ‘scheduled’ mode, your DVR/NVR records only for the pre-mentioned time period.

Connect your cameras to the Internet!

When your cameras are connected to the internet, you can view every nook and cranny of your home from your PC, even when you are at work or on holidays. This obviously gives you some peace of mind that your hard-earned assets are guarded round the clock!

Maintenance and Software

Save power when not in use!

You can always save up the battery power and extend its life by tuning the camera’s recording settings. For example, you don’t need to switch on all the motion detectors when everyone’s home. Another instance is that your visitors might get a little uncomfortable when they notice three cams monitoring them in the living room. So, the best solution is to set timers for the cameras as well as sensors and switch them off when you don’t need them.

Make the most of the apps and software!

Your security system most probably has some special apps and software that you can use to get 200% out of them. For example, if your security provider is offering a specific mobile app or software, then you can certainly expect some special controls in contrast to general apps and software. These privileges may include customized email alerts and push notifications for motion detection. So, now you just need to do one or more clicks to watch what’s going on back at home!

Talk to the Pro people!

Whatever system you buy from the market, there are high chances that you will need some help while getting started with your system. It could be when you are installing the cables, setting up the hardware or dealing with the software. Whatsoever it is, it never hurts to get some expert advice from the people who know are the best.

 

The Inherent Creepiness of Technology and the Betrayal of Privacy

We should all be concerned about how technology has no not only taken over our world but also our private lives as well. It would seem that there are only benefits to technology. But this is not the case as I shall show in this article.

Modern technology is not as positive as it seems. It is much more sinister than it seems. Most people are not even aware of some of the negative background effects of technology that may be harmful or even dangerous to their well-being and peace of mind.

So much seems to be happening that is out of our view and beyond our control. It is far worse than the Brave New World that Huxley described many years ago. It is a world that not only watches us but also pries into our personal lives when we least expect it.

Our technological systems are increasingly passing information back and forth without bothering to inform us that they are doing so. They are parsing and analyzing it to determine the deeper meaning of what we say and do.

Therefore, technology is quietly but relentlessly invading our daily lives.

Here are some ways that technology routinely does this.

• When you use your smartphone to take a photo, it auto-uploads to Facebook without your knowledge or permission.

• Your email through free providers such as Google, Yahoo or Microsoft is not as safe as it may seem. There is no way for any you to know how your email is processed. There are virtually no tools to investigate it.

• Late at night, you may hear the hard drive whirring on your computer. The monitor is flickering even though nobody is using it. Is there someone really there or not?

• Bars in several cities have installed cameras that silently watch their clientele and make inferences about them from their physical characteristics. Then they use this information without your permission if they need to.

• Next generation wearable computers such as Google Glass may start regularly tracking where you are looking when you are on the internet. That information will then be sold to advertisers and others who are seeking a window into your mind.

• Your phone may listen for audio cues about where you are without your knowledge. Is that a football stadium announcer it hears? Perhaps you would like a discount coupon for the team’s store. All of this may be processed in the background.

Therefore, we must make sure that we save ourselves from these technologies which are invading our lives and discovering who we are without our knowing it.

Therefore, we should all take heart and make sure that we are careful with our technologies. Shut them down as often as possible. That may stop big brother from really watching you and gathering information about you and spreading it without your permission.

 

Pivotal Aspects to Consider for Seamless Apple Watch App Development

The demand for Apple watches is rapidly growing which, certainly calls the need for developing apps compatible with these devices. Almost every growth-oriented business is having or trying to have an app for both the two gigantic mobile operating platforms including Android and iPhone. However, many futuristic appreneurs have already started evaluating how investing in app development can bring more revenue to them.

Apple Watch offers a suite of highly useful features with its intuitive, full-fledged applications. Thus, it becomes quite challenging to build a powerful app. Having these into consideration, it is important to join hands with adroit app developers who have fair experience in doing the task skillfully.

Identify the Potential of Apple Watch Apps

This device opens up a range of opportunities for users to upgrade their mobile usability experience. The user will need an iPhone which, is necessary for running the 3rd party application on Apple Watch as it works as an external display.

Now, before diving into the daunting process of app development, it is important to know about the key parts of an Apple Watch.

The WatchKit Extension

Users need to pair this extension of the app with the iPhone for computation. It is useful for setting the user interface elements. In this extension, you can call for an action while interacting with the app interface of WatchKit. Users can enable communication between the WatchKit app and WatchKit extension by using BlueTooth and Wi-Fi.

The WatchKit App

WatchKit App is the only area of an app which, runs on the Apple Watch. It comprises of the User Interface and a set of static resources like images used by the users.

The iPhone App

Users need to deploy an iPhone app for using the WatchKit apps as they are not standalone. It is possible for using functionality of the iPhone apps in the app, however, the WatchKit extension and iPhone app cannot work under the same space. Thus, it is not possible for accessing each other’s data or function, directly. It needs to create a communication channel between them for using the capabilities of WatchKit extensions and iPhone app. Furthermore, all the complex computations are possible by using an iPhone app.

A Different Perspective for Apple Watch App Development

Among all types of smart devices, Apple Watch is the smallest of all. However, it is important to note that it is not a mere small version of your iPhone or iPad. To develop an app for this smart device, it becomes crucial to go through the dynamics of the watch screen’s size. You need to avoid all sorts of unnecessary alerts and messages which, might disturb user’s attention thereby, making it simpler for enhancing the user experience. Ideally, a short and crisp notification creates a huge impact. Furthermore, you must select appropriate themes which, is compatible across different sizes of Apple Watch.

With the help of these crucial tips and sound technical expertise of experienced app developers, the entire task becomes much simpler. Thus, develop highly intuitive, conversion-focussed Apple Watch apps and widen your customer teach.

 

Cryptography and Network Security

Transfer of data in a business system often takes place with the help of the digital medium. In such a scenario security of this data remains at the prime focus of all the organizations. Cryptography here plays a pivotal role in maintaining the safety of the transferred data. Let us explore the in and out of this technique of core importance.

What is cryptography? 
Cryptography is the method to hide the information with the use of microdots, image-word merging, or with some other ways. In technical arena, it can be termed as scrambling plain text into an encrypted form, usually called Ciphertext, then again to convert it into decrypted format known as Cleartext. This process of encoding and decoding is called cryptography and people practicing this field are known as cryptographers.

What are the Objectives of Cryptography?

Modern cryptography follows the below objectives-
1. Confidentiality- anyone who is out of the circle cannot understand the information between the sender and receiver.
2. Integrity- no alteration is possible once the message is released.
3. Authentication- information, and sources in the cryptography system are purely authentic. Both sender and receiver can identify each other and origin or destination of the information.
4. Non-repudiation- none of the sender or receivers can step back of the message at a later stage.
5. Access control- only authorized people can access the confidential data.

To fulfill the above objectives the following formats of cryptography are practiced-

1. Symmetric cryptography- also known as secret key cryptography, it is a method in which both sender and receiver share the same secret code and key for encryption and decryption. This technique is useful if you are communicating with a limited number of people, however, it is not much useful for mass communication.
2. Asymmetric cryptography- this is also known as public key cryptography in which, separate keys are used for encryption and decryption. This is useful for key exchange and digital signatures such as RSA, digital signature algorithm, public-key cryptography standard etc.
3. Message-digest- in this, a hash function is used to permanently encrypt the data. This is also called one-way encryption.

Cryptography protects the network resources against alteration, destruction, and their unauthorized use. They secure the network system, IT assets, and the confidential data. In today’s scenario, it has become quite easy to alter or restrain the data and information. Theft of confidential information is again a discomforting phenomenon.

 

Do Digital Tools Enhance or Retard Our Tasks?

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Adobe Photoshop, YouTube, Word, PowerPoint, Skype and Viber are all good examples of modern day digital tools. Weebly/Wix for building free websites as subdomains, browsers such as chrome or Firefox and blogspot.com used by bloggers as well fall into the category of digital tools. Now the question is if all of these tools help to enhance our tasks or not. Read on where I shed some highlights.

Facebook is an example of social media where people connect to friends and post images, comments and videos which their friends like. It becomes a game about which post gets how many likes and the comments put in by their friends add to the fun of the game. Twitter is a similar kind of social media. These media are entirely for entertainment purposes. They do little to serve for your important tasks unless you are trying to promote a product where you will need friends, fans and followers’ help in advertising, spreading the word about it and ultimately result in purchasing it.

LinkedIn is also for social networking but only for professionals. You network with colleagues and acquaintances to discuss the job market and upload your resume in the hopes of finding a better job that suits you well. LinkedIn should be logged in at home, not at the workplace where you should stick to your current work projects so that you get good recommendations from higher-ups when you attempt to shift to a new job.

Adobe Photoshop, Word and PowerPoint can be daily requirements at work for image edits, documentation and presentations. These are really helpful tools which help to enhance your work.

Skype and Viber are the digital tools to communicate with distant colleagues at another branch or a Boss away from work. Either way you keep each other updated about your work projects. These tools can also be used to enhance communications among family, friends and relatives living far apart.

Your workplace will provide you with domains for setting up your own website so that free subdomains of websites provided by weebly/wix, for instance, are only helpful for those who want for personal use or who are self-employed.

Browsers such as chrome or Firefox are digital tools that are widespread at home or work and used vigorously to surf the net. We cannot survive without these tools because they have become the part and parcel of our life.

Blogspot.com used by bloggers and YouTube for embedding videos are helpful in that they provide information about certain aspects such as cooking a recipe, curing acne or making beautiful hair braids and others for instance, research in a niche or follow-ups of a book to be launched, travel & tourism and even personal development. They enable to promote the work you do but you shouldn’t be wasting your time on them during office work but rather during leisure hours.

Summing up, digital tools come in different forms – some will be directly applicable to work, some will enhance your work while others are completely for fun and entertainment. It is up to you to make good use of them during the right times, without getting into any mishap or trouble.

 

How To Maintain Your Re-Chargeable Batteries

If you have rechargeable batteries, it’s your responsibility to take good care of them, for them to give you a long service. The cool thing is that there are plenty of things you can do to make it possible. Some of the things you can do include:

Tips on how to maintain your batteries

There are plenty of stuff you should do. When making the purchase always remember that a rechargeable battery is as good as its charger; therefore, you should never fast charge it. When you charge your battery too fast, you put it at the risk of overheating which puts it in great danger of getting damaged.

Just as you should never fast charge the units, you also should never over discharge them. To be on the safe side, wait until they show the low battery signal. Don’t wait until the charge is completely gone as it will destroy the battery.

You should be cautious of how you use the batteries. As rule of thumb, you should never mix different batteries. The best way of going about it is using batteries of the same capacity, brand, and chemistry. You also should never mix rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries as they have different voltages. This results in them damaging each other.

You should be cautious of how you charge the units. When it comes to the chargers, go for high-quality chargers that won’t overcharge the units. For a great experience, work with high-quality smart chargers. You should regularly check the charging of the batteries to avoid charging them beyond the rated capacity. Some people make the mistake of leaving the batteries in the chargers for more than 24 hours. This shouldn’t be you.

In the bid of maintaining the units in great shape, you should avoid using ultra-fast chargers. Keep off chargers offering 1-hour charge. In most cases, the fast chargers charge the batteries up to 70%. They don’t charge it up to 100%.

Once every few months, you should discharge your battery fully and recharge it. This is to prevent the battery from forming crystals resulting to damage to the battery. You also should regularly use the batteries. You should note that when you don’t use the units for long, crystals begin to form.

 

Secure Your Web Application Like Your Own House

An easy way to view web application security is by picturing your own house. It has a front door, a back door, windows, a number of rooms, a roof, boundary fences and different access routes. Only the terminology is different.

The Front Door.
The front door of any web application is the login page and, not surprisingly, it is the primary point of attack. A login page will consist of edit boxes to type a user name and password and a button to send these for the server to authenticate your access to the rest of the web application. Some login pages may provide a captcha to make sure you are a human being and not a mock-up of the same form on a different server. The mock-up form will cycle through variations of user names and passwords until it gains access to the application. This is known as cross-site forgery and is akin to a burglar forging the keys to your house.

Captchas are jumbled images of scrambled letters and numbers which make it impossible for an automated script to read. Unfortunately, as the scripts become cleverer at reading these images, the captcha images need to become more complex and harder for humans to read. This causes frustration for the end-user as they have repeated failed attempts at gaining access to their account because the captcha was unreadable. The solution to this has been to replace the captcha with a secure token. The secure token is generated my joining the user name, password and any other user information available with a uniquely generated key. This concatenation is then encrypted and stored as a hidden field in the form, thus making it impossible for any mock-up form to make a successful login attempt.

The Windows and Back Door.
What are the windows of a web application? I don’t mean the operating system on the server. I’m talking about potential areas of each page which could be broken to make a forced entry. These areas are edit boxes and text areas which allow a user to type information. An attacker will use edit boxes and text areas to enter commands which the database understands. If the software is not written securely then it is very easy to interrupt the database when it is saving the data, so that it will execute the commands supplied by the attacker. Typical attacks could result in the database being destroyed, data being stolen or user information being compromised. This type of attack is known as SQL injection.

Boundary Fences.
The boundary fences of a web page are any links, editable areas and the main URL address. The URL of the page itself and links embedded in the page can be copied and modified from another site so that commands can be executed by the server. Javascript code can be inserted into editable areas to force data to be submitted to a rogue site or to gain control of the user’s web browser. Database commands can also be inserted into the main URL address. These attacks are known as cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks because they are scripts which direct the user to an attacker’s own web site. XSS attacks could be used to steal a user’s authenticated session identifier and use it to increase the level of access of another account they have already created.

To prevent cross-site scripting, the software must scan all editable areas for code and also include a secure token in each URL and link. Just as holes and gaps in fences should be closed. All secure pages should check for the existence of an authenticated user.

Impersonation.
We have all experienced bogus house callers who claim to be the gas man or the water company saying they need to gain access to your house to turn off your supply. Web site attackers may contact you or any other users of your site by email, social network or telephone and trick you into revealing your login details. Reasons they may give could be that your web site has already been hacked and they can fix it if you provide them with access. The only prevention is to constantly remind your users that they should not reveal their username and password to anyone and that you as the site owner will never ask them to reveal their password. You should provide links to allow your users to reset forgotten passwords by sending them an email link with an encrypted token to guarantee its source.

Brute force entry.
The simplest and quickest method of entry for any burglar to break into a house is to use a crowbar to prise open a door, or smash a window with a brick.
The hi-tech version of this method is the Denial of Service attack (DoS). A DoS attack involves repeatedly targeting a web page until the web server runs out of memory and shuts itself down.

As the number of burglars diminish, the number of hackers is increasing. A burglar may have only been after financial gain, where as a hacker’s motivation could be political, financial or just malicious damage. A house without

Explore the Term Wireless Technology

The concept of wireless technology was first introduced in the 19th century which has been significantly developed over the years. Today the term wireless is referred to variety of devices from smartphones, printers, tablets, wireless headphones, Bluetooth etc.

There are various types of wireless technologies that are used
In the today’s world the wireless technology have been part of the wireless communication system that permits users to communicate even from the remote operated areas. There are many devices for wireless communication like mobile. Cordless telephone, GPS, WI-FI, satellite, television and wireless computer parts like wireless mouse keyboard, best wireless headphones and wireless printers. Current wireless phone include 3 and 4G wireless networks and Bluetooth technologies.

Wireless can be divided into

  • Fixed wireless- the operation of the wireless in office, home and in particular, equipment connected to the internet via specialized modems.
  • Mobile wireless the use of wireless devices or system board motorized, moving vehicles examples include the automotive cellphone and personal communication system.
  • Portable wireless-the battery powered devices or systems outside the office, home or vehicle example include handheld cell phones and pcs unit.
  • IR wireless the use of devices that convert data via infrared radiation which is infused in certain limited range communication and control systems.

Some of the examples of wireless technologies which you may find in today’s world

Cellular phones and pager: these provide connectivity for the portable and mobile applications, both personal and business.

Global positioning system (GPS): allow drivers, captain of ships and boats to locate places

Home entertainment system control boxes: the VCR control boxes and the television channel control boxes and HI-FI sound system and FM radio broadcast receivers also use this technology.

Remote garage doors openers: the garage door openers also use the wireless technology to control doors by sensing the motion usually this done by the radio frequencies.

Wireless headsets-we have music jukebox available now in the form of Bluetooth headphones which allows 24 entertainments even on long journeys to make travelling fun. These are incredible because they are light weight easy to carry and without any wires. With Bluetooth technology setting and using headphones has never been easier.

Baby monitors: the baby monitors are also the wireless technology that are run by the radio frequencies these are installed to monitor babies in their rooms to hear them when they make sound.

Satellite television: allows viewers to select the hundreds of channels from any location in the world

Wireless LAN or local area networks – provides wireless networks making sure flexibility and reliability to computer users in number of places like home, business or offices.

Wireless technology is evolving with time and its use increasing with the advancement in technology being made throughout the world. People are relying on the technology more now to add ease to their lives. Some of the specialized and exclusive example of the wireless technology may include:

  • Global system for the mobile communication (GSM) it is the standard mobile system that is used in the Europe and other parts of the world.
  • General packet radio service (GPRS) – a packet based wireless communication system which provides continuous connection for the mobile phone and internet users.
  • Wireless application protocol (WAP)- It is the set of communication protocol set to standardize the way the wireless devices such as cellular communication system or radio transverse are used to allow user to access internet using it.
  • Enhanced data GSM environment (EDGE): a faster version of the Global system for mobiles (GSM) wireless service.

Wireless technology has various advantages and disadvantages

Wireless communication has many advantages few are:

  • Communication has enhanced to convey information to the consumer quickly.
  • Working professionals can work and access internet anywhere anytime with the help of wireless networks.
  • It increases productivity of the workers at workplace. In a survey it was reported that number of young workers listen to music using wireless headphones which makes them happier, better at concentrating and productive.
  • Urgent situation can be altered through wireless communication. The affected regions can be provided help and support with the help of these alerts through wireless communication.

Wireless networks are cheaper to install and maintain

There are furthermore advancement is being complete in the wireless technology with the passage of time focusing the needs of the people.

The transactions have also been improved and made easy with the help to the wireless technology.

Disadvantages
The advanced wireless technology has led us to access our personal devices anytime and anywhere. While there are numerous advantages of wireless technology there are also some threats which has arisen as well.

  • Wireless technology has led us to the security threats for instance the hackers can easily access the any device as the wireless signals are spread in the air therefore it is very important to secure the device using the security system in order to avoid such threats to the system.
  • The range of wireless networks are typically limited and typical wireless router will allow only users within 150 to 300 feet to access networks.
  • Disorder in signals can be caused anytime may be due to the severe weather condition or any other disruption.

The final thought which may prevail all on the wireless technology

 

Computer Forensics and Hacking Expert Witness: Howdy, I’m a Hacker!

The most common visual is the pale nerd in his mother’s basement who is getting into his university server to change his rivals grades to failing ones. Then there are the various Hollywood depictions which show “master criminals” manipulating traffic signals and financial markets. This is a fairly recent use of the word “hacker” and for years before it had a very different meaning.

In the early 90’s when Linux (a popular free computer operating system) was introduced, the word hacker did not even exist. Users of these operating systems referred to themselves as “hackers”, only due to their ability to manipulate and reuse programming code for their own purposes, outside of its originally intended purpose. If you think of them as chefs, everyone has that one basic recipe for lobster bisque, but each chef will put their own spin on the recipe to make it their own. They were / are very competent programmers that had a passion for writing their own programs.

The majority of these “hackers” used their skills for good. For example, helping a friend who needed new software to help keep track of inventory at a grocery store. Then there are some more famous hackers, including Steve Jobs and Bill Gates who made a lot of money creating a consumer computer for the home. A small percentage used their skills for less than honorable purposes, such as Kevin Poulsen and Adrian Lamo. These dishonorable hackers are what gave the noble hobby of computer manipulation its bad name.

Due to the large amount of media attention on the subject, in recent years, the term “hacker” has become synonymous with crime and people using their skills to steal and create fear. While this may be true in some instances, it is not the majority. Now we distinguish good from evil with (figurative) hats:

“White hat hacker” or “Ethical Hacker” is person who hacks for good to find their own or other organization’s vulnerabilities and report them for improvement.

When the term “Black” is useed along with “Hacker” they are considered to be someone who hacks for evil maliciousness or personal gain.

“Gray hat hackers” are in that limbo status between the two who may offer to repair a vulnerability for a fee.

“Blue hat hacker” are usually outside computer security consulting firms who test software or systems for bugs looking for exploits so they can be closed prior to software or system release.

Remember: not all hackers are bad.

 

How to Become a Professional Ethical Hacker

As with time, while we developed the technology and we are keeping busy like a bee, we have been able to drastically evolve and improve the level of technology. But with the evolution of technology, it also left behind, its residue and that has turned out to be the vulnerability and the loops of the technology which could lead to a situation of hacking, where the important information and data might be accessed in the purpose of theft, modification or destruction etc. So, these hackers turned to be the troubled-genius of the information systems where they can combat and breach the enabled security in your device and can leave you mugged.

In recent times, the need for the Information security also increased, where someone can help in preventing the situation like these and can save you from the moments of apocalypse. Now, these people who are the nemesis to their unethical counterparts, have been able to help us in providing the proactive Information security and save us from going into sleepless nights. They ensure the safety and the security of our data and information and guard it from any catastrophe. We call them “Ethical Hackers”. So, how does it sound to be an ethical hacker? Does it fancy you? If yes, there are few brief points you might want to look and understand to be a professional ethical hacker.

    • You need to understand the various kind of hacking, which can be classified into White Hat, Grey Hat and non-ethical hacking. You need to evaluate the all three to understand them very well. Only a deep knowledge can help in combating any sort of breach or unauthorised access in the information system. Also, it can help you in ensuring the proactive security to the systems, while discovering the vulnerability of the Information systems. A deep knowledge and potent skills can help you in becoming a good ethical hacker.

 

    • You need to identify the basic requirements to be an ethical hacker. Whether you need to undertake a course or a diploma or you need any other licensing done. Make sure you do your homework well and then go hit the bullseye.

 

    • Upon successful evaluation of the basic requirements, you need to run the horses of your brain where you need to decide, whether would you like to work in hardware or software securities? Believe me, this field is so vast and you do want to take the chances of riding on two boats at a time. Master a formula first and then go for another. So, choose it carefully.

 

    • Along with your conventional diploma or the certificate program, don’t forget the UNIX operating system. It is known as the bible of the hacking, and it is known as the original operating system developed and designed by the hackers only. Make sure you learn it well.

 

    • Once you acquired your knowledge, it’s the time to know your strength and your weaknesses. Now, give yourself a try and implement your knowledge by practically doing things on your own system. Write down the complete analysis and then go for another round. Go until you succeed and turn highly skilled.

 

  • Last but not the least; identify the commercial aspect of your program. Find out the job prospects or running your own showmanship. There are many lucrative jobs and positions required in the market with both private and government sector or you can make yourself a living in facilitating the services. Once you get with it, Jobs done.