David Everitt recently made an appearance on EBW.TV in Port Huron, Michigan, to discuss The Cloud, and how businesses can use it to their benefit.
Are you looking to print from your computer or laptop to a remote printer at the office, at home, or a friend’s printer? There are several services that offer the ability to do this, including Google Cloud Print.
Most of us struggle with networking, especially those of us just starting a new business as an entrepreneur. Many questions jump to mind – what do I say? Who do I talk to? Should I hand out my business card? How do I build relationships and connections? How do I balance networking online vs offline?…
This past week, a well-known journalist had his Apple and Google accounts compromised when a hacker used Social Engineering to pose as him, resulting his Apple devices being wiped remotely, his email account was deleted, and his Twitter account was hacked as well.
Last night (or early this morning, depending on where you live), NASA scientists and engineers successfully landed the Curiosity rover on Mars 350 million miles from Earth at a speed of 13,000 MPH, and landed it perfectly using a jet-fired hover crane, which lowered a nuclear-powered 1 ton robot onto the surface of Mars. NASA…
Harry McCracken over at Technologizer.com has penned an excellent and very detailed article about what consumers and businesses can expect from the upcoming version of Microsoft Office. He asks twelve of the most popular questions and answers them.
Before we get to that, here’s a promo video from Microsoft with a sneak peak at what customers can expect.
An event in a string of gatherings called Capital Ideas held in Edmonton this week highlights the need for entrepreneurs to get together and share insights and experience in an effort to better our respective industries and build stronger business connections. The best part is – the entire event was live streamed and is available to watch on YouTube for those who couldn’t attend, or want to experience the event again.
In a recent podcast episode of Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson covered many of the most popular cloud storage and syncing solutions, like Dropbox, Box.net, Carbonite, Crashplan, and others. They described each service, their costs, and compared the value and how people can use each of them, or in some cases, why people shouldn’t use them.
In a recent episode of the podcast Windows Weekly, There was a discussion about whether Windows 8 will target consumer or business clients, and all three hosts seemed to agree that it will target consumers and businesses in the years to come, once things are improved and fine-tuned.