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Infographic: Social Media Evolution

Infographic: Social Media Evolution

Infographic: Social Media Evolution Very nice infographic provided by the UK based company ProhibitionPR which outlines the evolution of Social Media Platforms. As most can expect, this area will continue to evolve rapidly with the utilization of cloud platforms and collaborative services to push it along at a quicker pace. Infographic Source: Prohibition PR

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime? We stand on the edge of the digital age, where technology moves quickly, and our lives have been transformed by modern computing. Digitization has resulted in a staggering amount of information flowing through cyberspace. Processing that data has led to a revolution in how we store and access information.

Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption

Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption

Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption The popularity of BYOD (or ‘Bring Your Own Device’) has surged in recent years, with around 67% of employees bringing their own computing tech into the office for work – whether that’s something large like a laptop to function as your ‘office computer’, or something smaller like

4 Ways To Improve Cloud Security

4 Ways To Improve Cloud Security

4 Ways Of Improve Cloud Security As cloud computing increases in popularity there is a surefire need to ensure that the business data available is always safe and secure. Those wishing to access the system could cause untold misery if allowed into the system, meaning security measures are more important than ever. Indeed, many companies have listed

In A World Without Windows, Who Needs Gates? – Windows 8 Migration

In a World without Windows, Who Needs Gates? – Windows 8 Migration “In a world without windows, who needs gates?”                                                     – Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems. It’s been quite some years since Scott McNealy uttered these critical, yet extremely witty, words aimed at long time rival Bill Gates and his most popular product Windows