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How Is Mobile Technology Impacting the Food and Beverage Supply Chain?

November 17, 2015 by Keith Peterson

Mobile technology is positively affecting businesses across the globe, allowing for real-time data transmission, instant collaboration, and the ability to access key business metrics from just about anywhere. With mobile supply chain applications, business owners in the food and beverage industry have greater insight into their everyday workflow – accessing data on the fly, enabling them to make better decisions faster.[read more]


Control Business Costs with Workforce Analytics

November 16, 2015 by Sarah Smith

When something goes wrong in a company, the availability of analytics data should motivate employers to resolve quickly worker claims and take steps to address problems identified or predicted by their software.[read more]


Working With Your IT Department to Improve Corporate Efficiency

November 13, 2015 by David Schwartz

For a while now, companies have been re-evaluating their commitment to onsite IT because there are other options available that can help them make their business teams more cost effective. Here are 5 ways that IT departments are helping companies improved corporate efficiency.[read more]


Why the Fall of 2G Could Be Disastrous for Businesses

October 29, 2015 by John Horn

The wireless spectrum is limited, and cellular carriers are doing everything in their power to maximize its efficiency. Between January 2007 and December 2013, mobile data traffic grew by more than 50,000 percent, and that number is only expected to keep rising. Customers constantly demand newer, faster technology.[read more]


Overcoming the Wearable Tech Battery Life Challenge

October 26, 2015 by Rick Delgado

The way many people and companies are talking, wearable technology could very well be the wave of the future, taking consumers worldwide by storm the way smartphones did just a few years ago. Wearable devices have certainly grown in popularity in the past year, as evidenced by the increase in available products.[read more]

Our Own Private Cloud: How to Assess If a Private Cloud Built on Linux Is Best for Your Business

October 16, 2015 by Simon Mitchell

Every organisation is different and there's no one-size-fits-all Cloud solution. Talking it over with a consultant can be a great help in understanding all the pros and cons of different cloud infrastructures and services.[read more]


How Data Integration Can Kill a Partnership Before It Happens

October 14, 2015 by Lou Ennuso

Data integration has come a long way in 15 years. While it used to be a multiyear and hugely costly undertaking feasible for only large enterprises, midmarket companies now have access to the same level of integration capabilities thanks in large part to cloud technology.[read more]

Collecting Analytic Data by Tracking Mobile Visitors: A Guide for Mobile Insights

October 9, 2015 by Sarah Smith

To track the mobile traffic on your website, it is recommended to create Google Analytics mobile dashboard. Google analytics dashboard provides an easy way through which the website owner can analyze and the share the data obtained. Essentially, two types are available for startups; mobile traffic dashboard and mobile vs. desktop vs. tablet dashboards.[read more]

How to Demonstrate the Value of Your IT Strategy to Gain Buy-in Across the Organisation

October 9, 2015 by Simon Mitchell

Your new IT strategy has been accepted by the board. It WILL happen. But how quickly it beds down and shows real benefits depends on everyone in the organisation - regardless of their role - being ready to accept it.[read more]


5 Disruptive Technology Advancements Which Will Change Business as Usual

October 7, 2015 by Peter Davidson

A disruptive technology can be defined as an innovation that will help to develop new value networks and markets. However, these new technologies will eventually disrupt the existing value network and markets, displacing earlier technologies. Disruptive technology will often force companies to change the way that they approach their businesses, and if an organization cannot adapt, they will likely risk becoming irrelevant or losing market share.[read more]


Securing Your Data by Protecting It Against Spam

September 30, 2015 by Ryan Kidman

Interestingly, most site owners out there do not actually think about security. That is a really bad thing because of the fact that websites are constantly being attacked by hackers. Every single website owner out there needs to think about security. Right after you create a blog you have to know what has to be done. Remember that even low profile sites can be attacked thousands of times per minute. You need to be protected at all times.[read more]

The USA Is Building the World's Fastest Supercomputer

September 30, 2015 by Xander Schofield

The United States president, Barack Obama, wants a new supercomputer for the United States and signed an executive order for that purpose. The initiative is known as the NSCI (National Strategic Computing Initiative) with the goal of ending up with an exaflop supercomputer, which means a machine that is around thirty times faster than the current one.[read more]

Sales Pitch: How to Sell Your IT Strategy to the Board

September 24, 2015 by Simon Mitchell

Selling your future IT Strategy to the board is a great opportunity to make your mark, but your vision is unlikely to gain traction if your sales pitch relies on pure tech speak.[read more]


Docker and DevOps: The Skills Needed to Get Ahead in the Cloud Market

September 24, 2015 by Rick Delgado

Cloud computing can be a highly competitive market, both for the companies that provide a cloud service and the employees that help those companies excel. To better compete, employees whose jobs are associated with the cloud often need to adopt and cultivate a long list of valuable skills that providers and other businesses will want to see from their workers. Given the evolving nature of the cloud industry, this list is constantly changing, with some skills receiving more attention and importance than others.[read more]

Managed Service Providers VS Partners: The New Way to Align Your IT and Business Strategies

September 17, 2015 by Simon Mitchell

IT as a Service is changing. It started with the Break and Fix model where a provider was paid to install hard and software then waited for the panic call from their customers when something went wrong. Managed Service Providers (MSP) take a more active approach, having negotiated with a customer a certain level of service, they guarantee to provide it.[read more]