My have there been lots of victories and defeats in the last couple weeks. No I’m not talking about the Winter Olympics or American Idol, I’m talking about the tech industry. Three of the largest companies surrounding tech have had major changes recently, some of which went unnoticed in the shadow of other news. Google, … Continue reading Same Companies, New Roles
Every year McAfee releases a threat prediction report. As a former IT Admin, these always peak my interest. Security is one of the most important and talked about trends right now, and for good reason. Security breaches at major retailers happen every month, most recently large ones at Target and Michaels stores. Physical stores haven’t … Continue reading 2014 Threat Predictions
With the Consumer Electronics Show in session, new gadgets are being announced left and right. This is one of my favorite times of the year as companies compete to hype their upcoming products. CES has already shocked us with some crazy product announcements, and certainly more are to come in the near future. Razer Nabu … Continue reading News and Gadgets of 2014
With the new year approaching I can only help but think of all the neat tech I will be using next year. Technology moves incredibly fast. Most items only last about six months before they are outdated or replaced by something more efficient. The top of the line today will be obsolete this time next … Continue reading 2014 Technology Predictions
It’s the Holidays! Time for getting and giving wonderful gifts for each other. If you are struggling to find a cool tech gift for someone (or maybe for yourself) you came to the right place. Check out my wish list for this holiday! Dell Venue Pro 8” – This 8” tablet runs a full … Continue reading My 2013 Technology Wish List
It seems like Google has their hand in a little bit of everything these days. Whatever they try, whether it is designing massive search engines or building self-driving cars, they excel at it. As someone who has used their tablets, laptops, software, and phones, I can honestly say that they build good products. The only … Continue reading Could Chromecast Become the Next “Must Have” Meeting Tool?