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There are some important differences between a basic sputtering process and a magnetron sputtering system.  There are various ways to deposit materials, including metals and plastics, onto a substrate, in order to create a thin film.  One such process is known as a sputtering system.  It is by far one of the most popular ways to fabricate thin films.

Sputtering is a type of physical vapor deposition which is performed in a precision vacuum.  In the basic sputtering process, a target is bombarded by ions, such as an inert gas.  The way that the ions crash onto the target releases target atoms.  The target atoms then have to move in order to reach the substrate and condense into a film.  Once a significant amount of atoms lie on the substrate, they create an atomic layer, resulting in a thin film structure.

The magnetron sputtering systems are similar to the basic process, however, this process can be used to enhance the basic process.  The process is similar except for the fact that a magnetron sputtering system involves a strong magnetic field that’s placed close to the target area.  In this process, electrons spiral towards the target, but are not attracted toward the substrate.  This is a more efficient sputtering process due to a faster deposition rate.  Impurities on the thin film are kept to a minimum with this process.

Another popular vacuum process is ebeam evaporation.  This is used to heat a source material.  It is a process that requires significant skill and safety because it’s complicated.  It utilizes 10,000 volts in order to create thin film coatings that are used in many different objects.


There are a number of reasons why a company or business may decide to conduct remote desktop monitoring sessions on their computer system and terminals. It may be to track user productivity, evaluate terminal server performance or to determine how much bandwidth is being used. Terminal server monitoring determines and then generates a remote desktop  report that computer administrators can refer to at any time. These reports help them pinpoint where computer system issues may be occurring and it tells them which steps they should take to address those issues.

By using remote monitoring to track user productivity, employers can refer to the generated reports to determine where company employees are spending their computer time. The reports will notify system administrators of details such as when employees log in to the system, how much bandwidth they are using, which types of operations they performed while logged in to the system and how much time was devoted to each task. One of the main reasons a company experiences a reduction in productivity is because employees are not performing their assigned tasks during working hours. Being aware of what their employees are up to on company time can make employers aware of situations where a termination of employment may be in order.

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Facebook is not only coming down hard on pages which try to trick their way onto your News Feed but those that post low-quality memes as well.

By announcing a change to the feed algorithm for Pages, the intention behind this new development is to promote pages that offer trustworthy, relevant, timely and shareable content.

What this could result in is an increase in traffic to reputed Pages while also keeping spammers under control in the process as well.

Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it would start publicizing the changes to the News Feed but not quietly, since it believed that these changes could affect its users and businesses in a big way.

First, it was content by friends and now, it is Pages. The first will help users to keep in touch with the latest updates from their friends. However, the second set of changes met with a lot of angst as businesses are dependent on content in the News Feed while page admins are unhappy about having to pay in order to reach fans.

What has stirred more controversy is the fact that Facebook is being strict with pages that offer spammy content. The reason for all this uproar is that Facebook hasn’t been upfront with pages since they have to pay in order to have their content displayed in the News Feed.

With that said, the only thing that most high-quality Page owners must keep in mind is to post compelling, attractive content but most of all, to avoid asking for Likes as is the case with a number of low-quality Pages now.


Rumor has it that Microsoft’s next CEO could be from Google and that is more than possible considering how Marissa Mayer’s move to Yahoo has gone well.

So, who could it possibly be?

Among a slew of names that are in the running, Vic Gundotra who has led Google’s Google+ efforts for a while now yet what makes him stand out amongst Microsoft’s other probables is the fact that he has been a former Microsoft employee. What goes against this track record is that he does not have experience as a CEO.

Another name that comes to mind is Andy Rubin who, since the Sundar Pichai being put in charge of ChromeOS and Android, has gone quiet. Given his experiences with both software and devices, the position of CEO at Microsoft seems a perfect fit. With that said, Mayer’s move to Yahoo was no different during her last few months at Google.

And even though he doesn’t have the experience of running a massive company, he still does have relevant experience as that of a CEO.

As for others such as Sundar Pichai and Urs Holzle, the former seems to be in the position of a CEO-in-training (and won’t leave, for that reason) while the latter’s experience in running Google’s technical infrastructure will not fit Microsoft’s needs or Ballmer’s shoes, for that matter.

Other non-Google name include Amazon’s CTO Werner Vogles, Cisco’s Padmasree Warrior, former VMWare CEO Paul Maritz, former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano and Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. However, none of them seems to be a perfect fit either.

What is for sure is that the person they do select should be aware of how broad tech companies have become or someone who has prior experience running a company.

With that said, one cannot rule out internal candidates such as Satya Nadella and Terry Myerson either.