Last year we published a “Choose Your Own Adventure” style blog post highlighting how improvements in business technology (or lack thereof) can provide different outcomes for common problems around the office. In the post, we followed the adventures of a new IT manager attempting to solve several communication bottlenecks in the office by pitching different technology improvements.
Whether or not you tend to celebrate the turning over of the calendar with excessive libations, for most of us the New Year’s hangover is a fact of life.
In reality, December 31st and January 1st are just days like any other, but the arbitrary significance we assign to the passing of a year provides an opportunity for reflection.
Is your router spying on you? Think about how much trust you place on that little device which converts the signal from your ISP and connects all your devices to the internet.
Are you in compliance when it comes to storing customer data? Are you exposing your business to risk from bad actors and potential fines from regulators with a lax attitude towards data security?
How many times a day do you look at your smartphone? Could this be bad for your long-term health?
These are the questions that we explore in this edition of the Continuous technology news round-up.
If your company has been around for a while, you know what a headache technology can sometimes be. In the past, you could look forward to every new version of Windows bringing a new generation of software that required ever more resources. Within only a couple of years, every computer in your office would be obsolete and in need of replacement.
Have you had trouble finding the time to catch up on the latest tech news? We've done the work for you.
In this article, you'll find some of the biggest tech headlines from July and August. Over the past two months, the biggest events in tech have all come from the security front.
Happy birthday, iPhone! Ten years ago this week -- on June 29, 2007 -- Apple released the product that would change its fortunes forever. Announcing the iPhone in his 2007 Macworld keynote speech, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs promised that the company would "reinvent the phone" -- and the iPhone has done exactly that.
Did you have trouble finding the time to catch up on the latest tech news during the past couple of months? Never fear -- we've collected the top four tech headlines from the last two months and summarized them here. In this roundup of tech headlines, we've got the details of the first teraflop processor ever for desktop computers.
In computing, there is simply no replacement for working with the latest and greatest hardware. One of the chief benefits of running your business's digital operations from the cloud is that you always have access to the fastest machines on the planet; a portion of your monthly fee helps to pay for regular upgrades.
If you spend most of your time engrossed in the day-to-day operations of your business, it's likely that you can't spend a lot of time reading the latest tech headlines. Never fear -- we've done the work for you. In the past month, one of the world's biggest cloud providers suffered an outage that took several of its customers offline for hours.
With the rapid advancement of technologies such as cloud computing, massive unstructured databases, machine learning and network security, it is more difficult now than ever before to determine the "perfect" set of skills and qualifications that the ideal IT person should have.