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To give a tough competition to the Chinese smartphones, Samsung has introduced smartphones in almost every budget. Samsung has high range phones like Samsung Galaxy S7 and mid-range phones like Samsung Galaxy A series. Samsung Galaxy J series consists of super affordable smartphones. In this post, we will compare two phones from J series: Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 and Samsung Galaxy J7 2016.

Design and Display:          

Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 comes with a metallic body and a screen size of 5 inches. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 features a SUPER AMOLED High definition (HD) display. It has the resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and pixel density of 294 PPI. As per the preliminary specifications, it is not protected by any scratch resistant display.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2016, on the other hand, also has a metallic body with slightly larger screen size of 5.5 inches. It has the dimensions of 151.7 (H) x 76 (W) x 7.8 (T) mm and weighs 169 grams. It also has a similar display of High Definition display with the same resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The pixel density of Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 is 267 PPI.

Since both the devices are from Samsung, they have the usual Samsung appearance. On the front top side, there is a Samsung logo on both the devices. Samsung J3 2017 has a 5 MP camera on the front with no LED flash. The area below the display has a physical Home button which doesn’t act as a fingerprint sensor. The home button is flanked by usual backlit capacitive keys. On the right side lies the power button, and on the left, lies the volume buttons. The back of the phone is removable which is missing in most of the devices these days. It has 8 MP camera and LED flash on the back.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 also has 5MP front camera but this device comes with a front LED flash. The area below the display has the standard Samsung buttons. This device also lacks fingerprint sensor. The power key lies on the right side of the phone and volume keys on the left. The back of this device is also removable and features a 13 MP camera on the back.

Performance:

Both the devices have same RAM of 2 GB. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 MSM8937 chipset whereas Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 uses Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7870 chipset. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 runs on Octa core, 1.4 GHz processor whereas Samsung Galaxy J7 also runs on Octa core processor but at 1.6 GHz. For graphics, Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 is expected to use Adreno 505 GPU whereas Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 uses Mali-T830 MP2 GPU.

Software:

None of the devices run on the latest Android Nougat (7.0). Both the devices run on same Android Marshmallow (6.0) with its own Touch Wiz UI on top.

Camera and Storage:

Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 has superior camera than Samsung Galaxy J3 2017. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 includes an 8 MP rear camera which lacks Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). It has usual shooting modes and the maximum image resolution is 3264 x 2448 Pixels. We are not yet sure about the rate at which video is recorded. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 has a front camera of 5 MP which lacks LED flash.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 comes with 13 MP rear camera and supports CMOS image sensor. It has an aperture of 1.9 F. It also lacks Optical Image Stabilization and has the image resolution of 4128 x 3096 Pixels. It allows video recording at 1920×1080 @ 30 fps. The selfie camera of Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 is also a 5 MP like that of Samsung Galaxy J3 2017. But this device has front LED flash.

Samsung galaxy J3 2017 has less internal storage of 8 GB which is expandable only up to 32 GB. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 has an internal storage of 16 GB which is expandable up to huge 128 GB.

Battery and Connectivity:

Both the devices have removable battery which is really nice. Samsung galaxy J3 2017 has lesser battery of 2600 mAh whereas Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 has 3300 mAH battery. None of the devices support fast charging.

Both the devices are dual SIM devices. It is one of the feature that is missing in most of the Samsung flagship devices. Samsung galaxy J3 2017 has 4G in only one SIM whereas Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 supports 4G in both the slots. Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 also has NFC which is missing in Samsung Galaxy J3 2017.

The Verdict:

Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 has better camera features than Samsung Galaxy J3 2017. It also has larger battery capacity than Samsung Galaxy J3 2017. The rest of the features are almost same.

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Norton tech support will always aid you in the best manner

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Norton antivirus comes with four versions, which include Basic, Standard, Deluxe, and Premium. Here we will be discussing the premium version which s the advanced one and contains all the features which cannot be found in other three versions. Let us start checking the features of the Premium version.

Norton Secure VPN

Norton Antivirus Premium version comes with the feature of Norton Secure VPN, which secures the data that is sent and received over the network. The data is secured especially if it is being sent or received through public Wi-Fi. Users can now pay bills easily, check mails and access their social media accents and do other financial transactions.

Protection from Online Threats

If a customer purchases a brand new computer in which there is no antivirus software, then it can be easily attacked by hackers. Even if a free or inferior quality antivirus software is installed, that is also of no use as the systems used by hackers are very sophisticated and the can easily access the information through these tools.

Norton products are being updated regularly to check the existing threats as well as the new one. The team of the company regularly checks for any new threat and updates the program accordingly.

Awards

The Norton Antivirus software has won 39 PC Magazine Editor’s award because of the services it provides. It has beaten many competitors to win the prize and that is the reason it has won such a prestigious prize.

Virus Protection Promise

People who buy the premium version of the software get virus protection promise for the company. After subscribing, the company engages a Norton expert to provide Norton tech support with the client so that if he faces any issue, the expert can help in resolving it. If the client is not happy with the services, the he will get full refund.

Support of Multiple Operating Systems

One subscription of the premium version can be used for ten devices running on various operating systems, which include Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, etc. Users connect all the devices to the internet as and when needed so they are prone to attacks. SO using the antivirus software will protect the devices from various types of attacks. If there is any problem, users can contact Norton tech support for help.

The Android users will get one more facility and that is regarding the download of apps. If an app has malware or it has bad impact on the battery and performance of the mobile, the antivirus software will warn the user about the app before downloading it.

Wrapping Up

Users can use the premium version for protecting ten devices with a single subscription. The software supports multiple operating systems so users can use it for various types of devices running on any operating system. The Android users will be happy as it will let them know about malicious apps, which they will not download to infect their device. Norton tech support will always help the users if they face any problem with the software.

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Make Sure Your Cyber Security is Up To Date

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Since the dawn of humanity, people have taken wrong, unjust, unethical actions against others. Before modern civilization, ancient humans were forced to take matters in the own hands, inherently leading to extensive violence and a general lack of civility. Today, courts of law are parts of governments all around the world. These courts help victims of crimes and other unjust, unethical actions recoup their losses or help society by attempting to use corrective techniques to permanently modify the behavior of criminals.

In the past, criminals were forced to be in the same place as the crimes they committed. This resulted in greater risks to their livelihood and welfare. Today, thanks to the World Wide Web, computers, and other forms of technology, criminals have found a safer way to commit criminal acts – cybercrime.

Cybersecurity is a major issue for businesses of all sizes, structures, and activities. Here are several bits of information that every business owner, shareholder, and employee should know about cybersecurity.

The United States Is A Hotbed For Cyberattacks

The United States boasts the world’s greatest gross domestic product (GDP), the premier indicator of economic activity. Also known as the greatest country on planet Earth to start a business in, the United States’ economic and entrepreneurial upsides come with downsides.

Since businesses across the United States are worth more than businesses in most places around the world, many cybercriminals from other countries learn English to become more successful in their efforts to earn money from cyberattacks.

As such, American business owners need to be aware of the fact that businesses in the United States are more likely to be targeted by cybercrime than entities in any other nation. After all, Juniper Research indicates that one-half of the entire planet’s supply of breached data will come from American businesses by 2023.

Cloud-Based Domain Hosting Providers Can Help Reduce The Risks Of DDoS Attacks

DDoS attacks, also known as destructive denial of service attacks, effectively take businesses’ websites and other web-based applications offline by overloading the servers that process their information.

Destructive denial of service attacks are carried out by botnets, networks of compromised computers directed by cybercriminals. Attackers strive to keep companies’ servers loaded down with so much traffic that nobody can use their services. They seek out ransom money in exchange for ceasing their denial of service attacks.

By outsourcing your company’s domain hosting needs to large, well-reviewed, tried-and-true cloud-based service providers, you’ll gain the experience and equipment of the world’s leading cybersecurity experts. As long as you select legitimate cloud-based hosting service providers, your company’s web-based application protection will be bar-none.

Malware Can Spread To All Parts Of Your Business

Malware protection doubles as a means of application protection. Malware is a blanket term under which spyware, viruses, worms, ransomware, and tons of other types of software that cybercriminals utilize with malicious intent in mind. The botnets above, for example, are constructed via malware.

Computers that don’t have malware protection are liable to become part of one or more cybercriminals’ botnets. Cybercriminals typically target businesses’ networks of computers because the value of infecting them with malware is higher than targeting individuals’ computers. Businesses routinely have multiple computers hooked up to their networks whereas individuals usually don’t.

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SAP SD Introduction to Billing

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In SAP Sales and Distribution, billing is the ultimate stage for executing all the business transactions. When you purchase an order the process starts until the delivery is made. So, the billing information is available at every stage of the order processing and it comprises the following components:

  1. The memos (credit and Debit) for goods that are to be returned.
  2. The invoices for the services and delivery of the product need to be created.
  3. The transactions of all the cancelled bills need to be cleared.
  4. The price function of each commodity.
  5. The rebates and discount available for each good.
  6. All the billing data needs to be transferred to Financial Accounting or FI.

Billing is very closely associated various structures of the organization and it can be assigned to a Distribution Channel, a Division and the Sales Organization. The major functions associated in billing are- Match codes, Blocking Reasons, Types of billing, Number Range, Display billing due list and Display Billing list.

Why is a billing document created?

A billing document is created for a debit memo, a credit memo, a cancelled transaction and an invoice. Every billing document has a header and below the header, the list of the items purchased is placed. All the billing documents are under the control of billing type.

The information that is present in the billing document header is-

  1. The first thing is the date of billing.
  2. The unique payer identification number which you also receive on your emails or text messages right after you purchase a product.
  3. The Billing Value.
  4. The currency in which you are buying (if imported, then the currency value will be of that particular country from where you are importing)
  5. The Partner ID numbers which comprises the numbers of sold to part or ship to party, etc.
  6. All the pricing elements.

The following data which are present below the header are-

  1. Material Number.
  2. The number of goods you purchased.
  3. The volume and weight of the entire product.
  4. The value of each item.
  5. The price element of each item.

You can create, delete and change the billing processes of a document like credit memos, invoices and debit memos, etc. Your billing processes will also include the documents like the credit memos, invoices and debit memos.

Invoice vs billing in SAP

If you look through the SAP Sales and Distribution point of view, then there is not much difference between billing and invoice. In SD terminology, the word Billing is used and in FI terminology, it is called Invoice. In Material Management, the only INVOICE is used for Vendors. Invoice refers to all the documents which indicate delivery of goods and makes billing a receipt of the payments. So, if you receive goods as an organisation from the vendors then the receipt is called a bill but when you give these goods to the customers, the receipt will be called ‘invoice’.

Bill is paying the amount against the due amount and invoice means receiving the amount against the due amount. Invoice works for both Customer and Vendor Invoice. VF01 and VF02 are billing Tcodes and FB60 and FB70 are Invoice Tcodes.

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