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Category Archives: Technology
I don’t know about most people, but when I was in a kid in school, no one liked the tattletale. Snitch, rat, narc — we had all kinds of words for them. Today, however, some large media companies are now … Continue reading
How Often Do I Really Need to Look At My Company’s Data? It Depends — How Much Money Do You Want to Make?
I’ll admit it. I’m a data geek. Sometimes when I’m working on an application for a client, I can get absorbed in the code for hours and hours until I realize that I have 30 new emails stacked up in … Continue reading
In the early days of the business technology revolution, I imagine some of the conversations between IT chiefs and CFOs had to sound like Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First” sketch.
If you’re anything like me, your email Inbox is like a family of Tribbles. Once you have two of them, they multiply and multiply until finally, you have an Inbox that is packed, leaving you to hunt and scroll for … Continue reading
I love the smartphone commercial where the supervisor sends one of his team to the golf course because they now have the mobile apps that would allow him to run his department off-site. Yeah, that’s something that happens every day. … Continue reading
I want you to do something for me. I want you to close your eyes and Imagine the chaos that would be caused if, in a single hack, millions of passwords to sites like Yahoo and LinkedIn were compromised. Now, … Continue reading
I’d be the Master of the Obvious to call attention to the fact that computers are becoming more and more complex with each passing day. Manufacturers are striving constantly to add new features and new functionalities to the machines they … Continue reading
As computers and servers have taken over running everything from trains and subways to electrical plants and power stations, the concept of a Cyber-911 — a hack so critical that it actually puts lives or vital resources for survival in … Continue reading
Do you use QR or “Quick Response” codes with your smartphone? They are the small boxes with squiggly little patterns that can magically link your smartphone’s browser to a commercial Web site for the purpose of buying stuff. They are … Continue reading