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The state of web services in 2017

The state of web services in 2017

It’s a new year, and it’s time to start thinking about what information technology will look like in 2017. That could mean anything from forecasting the costs of adopting new technology to upgrading your products to better integrate with new trends.

To License or not to License: Choices for Savvy Business Owners

To License or not to License: Choices for Savvy Business Owners

So you’ve got the next big thing in technology sitting in your office: a program you customized for your business or a hardware you came up with on the side. When is the right time to license your product for outside sale? Read further to learn the ins and outs of licensing and why the best decisions for your business can often be contrary to common sense.

New Office 365 updates for collaboration

New Office 365 updates for collaboration

Every now and then we all need a little help, especially in today’s digital era. To keep up with the competition, companies are gearing up, especially in the IT department. With the help of cloud computing technology, Office 365 is a productivity and collaboration-enhancing software that is changing the way small- and medium-sized businesses operate.

What is Android Things?

What is Android Things?

Google is the driving force behind a wide variety of devices and operating systems today. It is well-established that Google is in charge of Android devices and operating systems. However, Google has announced its latest operating system, Android Things, and people are wondering what this will mean for operating systems from Google going forward.

Adobe Flash Blocked by Microsoft Edge

Adobe Flash Blocked by Microsoft Edge

Recently, Microsoft has made new upgrades to their web browser platform. Despite numerous changes, one making the biggest waves for users of all kinds is the lack of instant and easy compatibility with Adobe Flash. Adobe Flash is a web platform and add-on that many business websites have put to extensive use.

Ransomware demands more victims for freedom

Ransomware demands more victims for freedom

Popcorn Time is taking ransomware to a new level of devilish trickery by asking victims to give up two of their friends for a chance to rid their own computers of the virus. In cyber security this level of diabolical blackmail represents a new and scary trend for hackers.

How Skype plans to revamp their mobile app

December 27th, 2016 VoIP
How Skype plans to revamp their mobile app

In a mobile communications space dominated by WhatsApp, iMessage, and Facebook Messenger, the voice and text messaging company, Skype, wants to be much more than just another mobile messaging tool. Earlier this month, they launched their new communication hub named “Skype Mingo” to improve upon the traditional, well-known Skype app.

HTML5 trumps Flash in Google Chrome

HTML5 trumps Flash in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is following through with a game plan it announced in February of last year. In an effort to punish slow-loading or lagging sites that use Flash, a web component known to take up resources and memory, Google’s browser will make a newer, faster player the default.

AWS to launch “Glue” service

AWS to launch “Glue” service

Many businesses and enterprises have long struggled with the drudgery and difficulty that is data analysis — especially data analysis in a cloud-based system. AWS (Amazon Web Services) may have just the solution to that problem. A new app, known as “Glue,” offers the opportunity for businesses to clean up data to help analytics run more smoothly.

Solution to eliminate iCloud calendar spam

December 21st, 2016 Apple
Solution to eliminate iCloud calendar spam

Over the last month, users have reported spam issues plaguing their iCloud calendar. Fortunately, Apple has come up with a solution. One of its new features allows users to report and remove spam from their calendar. Hopefully this small step takes care of the problem once and for all.