No matter what your specialty, medical practices are in a transitional moment – there’s a lot of new technology that can improve how your practice runs, but it can be hard to determine... Read more
Words like ‘privacy’ and ‘security’ and ‘encryption’ get thrown around a lot in the business world, but no matter what industry you’re in, no matter... Read more
It’s easy to have certain bills, payments, sets of income, or loans get lost in the overall financial portfolio of your life. And the more of them get away from you, the harder they ar... Read more
Take a look back a mere two decades ago when people had to go to a brick and mortar school in order to learn. It took travel, gas money, extra time, and leaving your family at home, to be ab... Read more
It’s no secret that data and analytics play a huge part in major business decisions – as well they should. But extensive data can sometimes be difficult to read and even more difficult to an... Read more
Nearly everyone has experienced the feeling of a cold or illness, and wondered if they should call the doctor. There are several phases within that debate. To begin with, it’s costly to visi... Read more
As we transition from 2015 to 2016, it’s becoming increasingly clear that cyber security is a major issue for small businesses. In fact, most small businesses are at a higher risk of being a... Read more
Microsoft recently made some updates to their tech security, which should make them a much more secure enterprise. In the past, Microsoft products were known to be full of security problems... Read more
From prevalent games like The Sims and RollerCoaster Tycoon to niche games like Street Cleaning Simulator and German Truck Simulator, simulation games have always been popular. With an incre... Read more
When Microsoft announced it would be releasing Windows 10 earlier this year, the buzz surrounding the announcement was firmly centered on four words: Windows as a Service. Now, a few months... Read more
Technology makes a lot of things easier, and one of the things it makes easier is staying plugged into work and busy all the time. And while this round the clock connection to work may make... Read more
IBM’s Watson is the new supercomputer that has the power to collect information, answer questions in daily conversations, and facilitate the understanding of data for businesses. Many might... Read more
YouTube was introduced with unprecedented potential in 2005. Just one year later, it was one of the fastest growing sites on the web with tens of thousands of new videos and hundreds of mill... Read more
Ever since the Facebook Like button was introduced in 2009, users have expressed a desire for a Dislike button, or something more than a single reaction option to a friend’s post. At last, t... Read more
After retaking the helm as CEO of Twitter last week, Jack Dorsey is making some big changes in an effort to push the company back in the right direction. He does so as stock prices have seen... Read more
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