Category Archives: Technology

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom There has been an endless number of articles discussing PRISM, NSA and a whole slew of other related privacy issues. When will this all stop? I’m sure most people feel that it never will. Included is an infographic provided by PerspecSys which illustrates some very interesting figures surrounding data

While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far?

While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far?

While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far? First let me begin by backpedalling. I am a huge Kickstarter and Indiegogo supporter. I believe in the push away from traditional innovation to this newer innovation model. My initial premise is that in fact you have to be careful about the concept of

Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone

Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone

Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone Here is an in-depth infographic provided by http://www.computersciencedegreehub.com which showcases some of the more popular models over the years such as the $3,995 1983 Motorola DynaTAC 8000X to the more recent Cloud ready 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Smartphone.  

Making Business Resiliency Part Of Business As Usual

Making Business Resiliency Part Of Business As Usual

Making Business Resiliency Part of Business As Usual Business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) have become non-negotiable requirements for virtually every IT department. Business resiliency is an umbrella concept that must address everything from basic business continuity to high-level risk management, security, crisis management, and more. With today’s IT architectures supporting servers, networks, and applications,

Cloud Accounting – The Back Office Promise

Cloud Accounting – The Back Office Promise

Cloud Accounting – The Back Office Promise The promise of platform as a service is very simple: Bring your code, and cloud vendor will handle everything else for you. Users build their applications with the vendor’s tools, APIs and supported programming languages. Platform as a service model of cloud computing increases programmers’ productivity, reduces development