Kayla Matthews

The Path of Technology is Paved With New Collaboration Strategies 

By Kayla Matthews | October 17, 2017

Collaboration Strategies Cloud computing ushers in a new age of collaboration, one that allows an organization to excel at sharing data and strategies seamlessly and securely. Cloud-based collaboration has grown businesses at various levels, from employees collaborating within a single business

Will 2018 Be the Year Augmented Reality Moves Outside ‘Pokémon Go’?

By Kayla Matthews | September 12, 2017

2018 Augmented Reality If you’ve never heard of “Pokémon Go” — or at least never had the concept explained to you — then surely you’ve been living under a rock. Heck, it probably means you’ve been living under hundreds of

Big Data and Autism

Can Big Data Help Us Create a Medical Test for Autism?

By Kayla Matthews | August 22, 2017

Big Data and Autism Many mysteries surround autism spectrum disorder. Arguably, one of the largest is how to authoritatively diagnose it in children. However, scientists have developed the first physiological test, based on a big data algorithm. Keep reading to


These U.S. Counties Are The Best At Using AI For Their Citizens

By Kayla Matthews | August 7, 2017

AI For Their Citizens Every year, the Center for Digital Government conducts a survey of every county in the U.S. and ranks them on how well they use information technology (IT) to enhance public service. Based on the results of

IBM and the Supercomputer – The Realities of the ‘50s Sci-fi Movies May Be Coming to Fruition

By Kayla Matthews | July 12, 2017

The Supercomputer In the 1950s, there were a ton of space movies. With the Space Race heating up between the U.S. and Russia, fears were at an all-time high. Some of these movies were full of hope, while others were

What You Need to Know About GameStop’s Data Breach

By Kayla Matthews | June 19, 2017

GameStop’s Data Breach Just in case you missed it, GameStop quietly announced a major data breach of sensitive customer information which occurred for a six-month period. We say “quietly” announced because they sent out snail mail letters to anyone that

The Computer Interface of the Future Is Voice

By Kayla Matthews | June 5, 2017

The Computer Interface of the Future Is Voice Only a few years ago, many people viewed voice-recognition technology as something that lagged far behind human performance. In order to make it work properly, individuals often had to state things several

The Smart Cloud – Microsoft Wants to Streamline AI Adoption

By Kayla Matthews | May 17, 2017

Microsoft Streamline AI Adoption Artificial intelligence, or AI, has begun to see incorporation into more and more of the technologies we use every day. What not too long ago seemed like a futuristic fantasy has become a reality. Although the

Big Data Gives Insight to Consumer Trends

Big Data Is a Competitive Advantage in Any Industry

By Kayla Matthews | May 4, 2017

Big Data Competitive Advantage The various ways major companies — and even entire industries — have begun utilizing methods to capture and analyze big data has gotten a significant amount of attention over the last few years. The level of

VR Gaming

How The Cloud Will Make VR Gaming More Popular

By Kayla Matthews | April 21, 2017

VR Gaming Cloud As far as many gamers are concerned, the future of video games lies in two main areas: the cloud and virtual reality. Each entity is poised to influence the gaming industry on its own, and in the

The ID Federation: What Technology Can Displace The Password?

The ID Federation: What Technology Can Displace The Password?

The Future Password Many people shout that the password is dead or should be killed dead. The password could be ...
Multi or Hybrid Cloud, What’s the Difference?

Multi or Hybrid Cloud, What’s the Difference?

Multi Cloud You’ve likely heard about the latest trend in cloud computing commonly referred to as multi-cloud, and it is ...
Financial Management Finds a Welcome Home in the Cloud

Financial Management Finds a Welcome Home in the Cloud

Cloud Based Financial Management The most cautious person in any organization is likely to be the CFO. After all, they’re ...
The Cloud Above Our Home

The Cloud Above Our Home

Our Home - Moving All Things Into The Cloud The promise of a smart home had excited the imagination of ...
Cloud Comings and Goings

Cloud Comings and Goings

Cloud Power Amazon Web Services – the giant of cloud computing – is on track to do $10 Billion in ...
The Security Gap: What Is Your Core Strength?

The Security Gap: What Is Your Core Strength?

The Security Gap You’re out of your mind if you think blocking access to file sharing services is filling a ...