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  • How Wearable Tech Can Turn the Internet of Things Into the Internet of You

    How Wearable Tech Can Turn the Internet of Things Into the Internet of You

    You’ve probably heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it’s set to completely transform the world. Some may view this as an exaggerated take, but there’s little question that companies across the globe are taking an intense interest in it. The central concept of the IoT features tiny sensors and other machines that are all connected to the internet, allowing them to communicate with people as well as each other. Some experts are predicting that by the year 2020, there could be as many as 20 to 30 million items that are part of the Internet of Things. While there is a lot of hype surrounding the IoT, what’s often lost in the discussion is how the individual will contribute to and be affected by it. In fact, as more focus is placed on people, it’s becoming clear that wearable technology will play a big role in driving the Internet of Things, turning the whole idea into the Internet of You.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted October 17, 2014

  • The Rise of Mobile CRM: Why So Many Companies Are Making the Switch

    Businesses of all sizes have adopted mobile CRM for several important reasons, one of the most important being further promoting a mobile workforce. Many employees find themselves away from the office, which would normally lead to being disconnected from accessing important data, particularly for sales representatives.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted October 14, 2014

  • CloudSigma Launches Native Oracle Solaris-Based IaaS Offering for the Enterprise

    CloudSigma, a public cloud IaaS provider with advanced hybrid hosting solutions, today announced the launch of a SPARC and Oracle Solaris-driven  infrastructure-as-a-service offering leveraging Oracle Solaris Kernel Zones.

    By RealWire
    Posted September 30, 2014

  • What the Future Holds for Data Storage

    What the Future Holds for Data Storage

    Predicting future changes in the world of technology can be a tricky endeavour. New products and innovations are revealed so rapidly that even experts may be caught unprepared. Even so, that doesn't mean looking into the future is without merit as it helps businesses and industries plan ahead. One of the most important aspects of any organization’s operations is the use of storage, particularly as more of the world becomes driven by data. Current ways of tackling storage challenges are already proving inadequate, necessitating new technologies and strategies for companies both large and small. Though no prediction is guaranteed to happen with 100% accuracy, here are several possibilities for what the future holds for data storage based off of current trends and recent technological developments.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted September 30, 2014

  • Christopher Stone Joins Acquia Leadership

    Christopher Stone Joins Acquia Leadership

    Acquia has announced the appointment of Christopher Stone as senior vice president of products and development. Stone has more than 30 years of experience in software development and pioneering open source solutions for the enterprise. Stone will be responsible for engineering, DevOps, and product management of the Acquia Platform, helping lead the expansion of the company’s suite of SaaS solutions for building and managing integrated digital experiences.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted September 25, 2014

  • 5 Predictions: What the Future Holds For CRM Systems

    5 Predictions: What the Future Holds For CRM Systems

    When it comes to tools that can help businesses reach out to more and more people, customer relationship management (CRM) systems are some of the most important currently being used. In a nutshell, CRM systems help companies keep track of customer information, with automation and organization of data being crucial elements of the software.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted September 16, 2014

  • Protecting Your WiFi Network From Hackers

    Protecting Your WiFi Network From Hackers

    It may come as a bit of a shock, but many people simply don’t have security on their minds. With all the stories concerning major security breaches of large corporations like Target and Home Depot, businesses are definitely paying attention, but many private individuals don’t look at data security as a top priority. Even some smaller companies, while focusing on security for sensitive information, may unwittingly engage in practices putting that data at risk. One particular point of emphasis is the WiFi network.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted September 10, 2014



 


 

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