Deploying virtualization on Dell Wyse mobile devices lets enterprises access the applications they need on a secure platform, such as VMware Horizon View.The post Securing enterprise apps on a single platform appeared first on Tech Page One.
Indian wearable tech startup Ducere Tech has created smart shoes called Lechal that can give blind wearers directions without needing to look at a smartphone.The post Smart shoes lead the way for the blind appeared first on Tech Page One.
How many third-party applications are your employees using to do business? How much of your company’s sensitive data has been uploaded to cloud services? You might be surprised at how many applications are getting access to your network and what company data is in the cloud, due to the increasingly prevalent issue of “shadow IT.” […]The post Are employees’ a […]
For more than two years, a mountain lion has made his home in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park — all with a GPS device and National Park Service scientists GPS tracking his every move.The post Mountain lion loves L.A.! appeared first on Tech Page One.
Dell's Ian Clatworthy shares his thoughts on why businesses should migrate their IT systems to the cloud and questions that factor into that decision-making process. The post Cloud computing in enterprise environments appeared first on Tech Page One.
Countries with limited resources pose a challenge for health care providers, but new technologies and efforts are improving the quality of care.The post Improving health care in developing nations appeared first on Tech Page One.
For job postings nationwide, data scientist salaries are 113% more than average salaries for all job postings, according to Indeed.com.The post Data scientists outearn the rest of us by 113% appeared first on Tech Page One.
A new report warns health data shared on a social networking site can become a “digital tattoo” for a consumer, and it is almost impossible to remove.The post Healthcare tech raises more privacy concerns appeared first on Tech Page One.
Finding misplaced keys, wallets and purses could get easier with new apps that take the guess work out of trying to remember where they might be.The post Misplaced your keys? Lost and found apps may help appeared first on Tech Page One.
Tony Conrad, a founder of About.me and CEO, gave his best advice to a group of startups on July 24 at Tech Cocktail in San Francisco.The post Tech Cocktail’s San Francisco fireside chat appeared first on Tech Page One.
Chances are you’ve made a Skype video call before. And you’ve likely played online games with others on your tablet. Well this week on App Central, my app pick ustyme brings the two popular pastimes together ...
This week on App Central, Amber chats with the Toronto Police’s Tim Burrows about bringing the “To Serve and Protect” mentality to the internet. Here’s Tim’s take on mobile-era policing: Everyday, police stroll through your community, ...
If you’d like to access your desktop or laptop computer from the comfort and convenience of your iPad, then fire up Parallels Access. You’ll need to have the ‘host’ program installed on your regular computer for ...
If you’ve ever been through the Toronto Islands, you know how beautiful boating through them can be despite the close proximity to bustling downtown Toronto. Well this week on App Central, we paddle to the ...
Could the pressure be any more relentless on marketing departments to increase sales these days? CMOs want accountable marketing that provides insight beyond the usual calls, clicks, and sales. They increasingly demand that campaigns be comparable across the enterprise and supported by an analytics infrastructure that helps them make decisions that increase […]
Though many companies fixate on address acquisition, they don't pay sufficient attention to the relevance of their e-mail campaigns. That can turn opt-ins into opt-outs in the blink of an eye and increase the pressure to acquire more new names. It's definitely a vicious cycle. So, what's a marketer to do when they discover their hard-won consu […]
Every day, millions of people use Twitter to create, discover and share ideas with others. Now, people are turning to Twitter as an effective way to reach out to businesses, too. From local stores to big brands, and from brick-and-mortar to internet based or service sector, people are finding great value in the connections they make with businesses on Twitte […]
Marketers frequently cite LinkedIn as one of the most valuable social networks to incorporate in a marketing strategy. But even marketers who have LinkedIn on their radar screens still wonder how to participate. What works, what doesn’t, and what should you expect?
Keeping tabs on how other companies are adopting technologies and leveraging changes in the marketplace to push their business forward can be highly instructive. It's interesting to watch various trends take shape and gain momentum -- and there's no doubt that what's hot right now is social media marketing. Marketers are scrambling to find way […]
Figuring why you’re joining social networks and how best to use them is the first step in coping with social networking overload. Here is a four step plan for helping you figure out how to keep up with your social media universe and get over that overloaded feeling.
The unattainable goal for many search campaigns is the elusive melding of PPC and SEO tactics for bigger and better top line results. Theoretically, SEO's should form a strong base and combine well with more easily transplantable PPC's to form an unstoppable search force, right? Maybe, if you try to put them together in the right way.
Taking the bleak view is one of Gawker Publisher Nick Denton's signature postures. He moans when times are good, and gets downright apocalyptic when they're not. But it turns out the recession hasn't been so bad to Denton. In a recent post, he disclosed Gawker's revenues spiked 45 percent during the first half of 2009. What gives?
With Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social networking sites growing rapidly, it’s not too surprising that on the whole, the number of social networking users has doubled since 2007. Specifically, 55.6 million adults -- or just less than a third of the population -- in the US now visit social networks at least monthly, according to a new report from F […]