Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Designer Tweaks And Tools In The Cloud

Designer Tweaks And Tools In The Cloud

Designing In The Cloud Web- and cloud-based tools have been broadening individual and organizational prospects for some time, providing access to functionality otherwise inaccessible. Though flexible cloud services are now infiltrating just about every function imaginable, design is an area particularly well-supplied with cloud tools and innovations. Before even choosing the cloud-based design tools for…

Google Enters The Personal Assistant Fray

Google Enters The Personal Assistant Fray

The Week In Tech Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in tech this week. The Google Assistant Siri, Alexa and M have got company. But the new guest at the party has no name, choosing instead to go by the moniker “Google Assistant”. On Wednesday this week, Google parent company…

Educating Our Future Data Scientists

Educating Our Future Data Scientists

Future Data Scientists Data scientists are one of the many sought-after IT professionals currently enjoying their pick of positions thanks to a general shortage of IT staff. Universities and colleges have created and continue to develop master’s programs attempting to address this skills shortage, and there’s additionally been a reliance on boot camps to help…

How To Keep Your Mobile Dev Team Focused on Innovation

How To Keep Your Mobile Dev Team Focused on Innovation

Keep Your Mobile Dev Team Happy Innovation in mobile development is continuing at record speed: technologies and trends are revolutionizing the way we interact with our smart phones and with the outside enterprise and consumer spaces. In the day-to-day grind of deadlines and budgets, how can you keep your mobile development team focused on innovation?…

New Google ‘Waze’ Enters Ridesharing Market

New Google ‘Waze’ Enters Ridesharing Market

Google Waze There’s a new heavy hitter in ride-hailing. Google-owned Waze on Monday unveiled a carpooling service for commuters in California’s Bay Area. The pilot program is limited to about 25,000 employees of companies including Walmart and Adobe Systems, the Wall Street Journal reported. Waze will match riders with drivers already heading along similar routes…

Cloud is Killing Your BYOD Rollout, But Why?

Cloud is Killing Your BYOD Rollout, But Why?

The BYOD Rollout CIOs are stuck between a rock and a hard place as demand for cloud applications and flexible mobile device programs have become the norm for most organizations. How do regulated industries such as finance and healthcare navigate these dangerous waters? Cloud and mobile are inseparable trends – cloud apps are built to…

University of Wisconsin – Bridging Together VR and Big Data in Future Courses

University of Wisconsin – Bridging Together VR and Big Data in Future Courses

Virtual Reality Tools Could Bring Big Data to Life for University of Wisconsin Data Science Students MADISON, WI –(Marketwired – May 16, 2016) – Soon, students in University of Wisconsin data science courses might be putting on virtual reality headsets and bracing themselves for a spectacular ride through mountains of data. The courses are part of…