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How will Analytics and the Internet of Things Influence Marketing in Coming Years?

October 24, 2016 by Philip Piletic

The Internet of Things (IoT) is defined as the increased interconnectivity between all devices capable of using wireless communication technology. It's estimated that by the year 2020, there will be between 50 and 75 billion devices connected to the internet worldwide. Where there's connectivity, there's information. And smart people know how to turn information into profit.[read more]

The Start-ups Guide to IT: Where to Invest your Money for Business Technology

September 23, 2016 by Kyle Cebull

 As a startup, it’s important to make smart investments with your capital in order to maximize the return and have the most possible business impact. Well-funded startups can sometimes spend money in the wrong areas. Here are our best tips on where startups should invest their money when it comes to business technology:An IT...[read more]

Add More Fuel to Your Migration with these Parse Alternatives

August 12, 2016 by Ritesh Patil

Parse is the Facebook’s Mobile Backend as a Service provider that application developers use for web or mobile apps. It allows you to develop the app without worrying about creating your own backend. The reason developers like Parse is because it offers many ready-made features that can easily be customized. Some of these includes:Third-...[read more]

3 Red Flags when Making your Next Big Technology Purchase

August 9, 2016 by Kyle Cebull

Technology projects are a necessary evil. Whether it’s a server refresh or a company move, you need to get every single detail of the project laid out so that you can better understand how to manage any contractors involved, price things out and get a handle on the timeline and how it will impact your business efficiency. But not all...[read more]

Applying BIM to Design of Sites and Structures

August 3, 2016 by Ron Bisio

The term BIM, which comes from “Building Information Modeling,” can be a little misleading. It’s not just about buildings; BIM is the process that enables the efficient and quality design, construction and operation of a structure such as a building, bridge or highway. The core BIM principles and concepts, which were pioneered for the construction and management of buildings, are being applied in heavy civil construction, utilities, energy and more. Today, BIM is an emerging technology that is transforming the way we build. The use of 3-dimensional models and real-time management of processes and workflows delivers the efficiency that today’s clients demand.[read more]

BYOD 411: 3 Ways Pokemon Go is Impacting Businesses

July 12, 2016 by Kyle Cebull

BYOD (bring your own device) is a pretty great thing for both employees and employers. It saves the additional capital in spending money on devices and also ensures employees will always have access to their data and e-mail. But it can be difficult to manage and sometimes can cause issues if BYOD isn’t managed properly. Over the...[read more]


How Big Data & Wearable Technology Is Transforming The Insurance Sector

March 14, 2016 by Anand Srinivasan

The insurance segment is at the forefront of embracing these modern technologies. A growing number of employers have already started making use of wearables as part of their corporate wellness programs for the insured staff.[read more]

4 Ways to Increase the Security of Wearable Devices

January 21, 2016 by Kyle Cebull

iStock_000077380897_Small As the Apple Watch and other Smart Watches gain momentum, we’ve seen increasing adoption in the business world. These wearable devices have done a lot for the productivity of employees. But a concern that must be raised is what security gaps exist in these devices? Hackers are always looking for ways to infiltrate company networks and data, and wearables are just one more opportunity for them to find a hole or weakness. Without a doubt, because of their access into e-mail, there are certain precautions that must be taken to ensure that company information cannot be compromised. Here are a few ways to increase the security of wearable devices.[read more]

3 Perks of an Office 365 Migration that You Didn’t Know About

January 12, 2016 by Kyle Cebull

When executed by a reputable, experienced organization, an Office 365 migration can be completely seamless.[read more]


72% of People Aren’t Familiar with Hosted VoIP

January 4, 2016 by Josh Rose

VoIP is the concept of using the internet and cloud based servers to place calls instead of using traditional pbx boxes and phone cables. A universally understood example being Skype which allows you to video or audio call anyone around the world over the internet for free.[read more]


Big Data in the Sports Industry

December 23, 2015 by Trisha Miller

Professional athletes everywhere are being asked to wear tech that will track their every move and download patterns of their stats. Will this help to improve the game or could the usage of big data destroy sports as we know it?[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]

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]


Redefining Loyalty Programs with Big Data and Hadoop

June 11, 2015 by Dave Mendle

A loyalty program should not be about points, rewards, or status. While these perks may attract consumers, they don’t foster loyalty. The focus of these programs should be to collect useful data that can be used to build relationships that benefit both the consumer and the brand.[read more]