Transformation Trends for 2021

By Abdul Dremali on Feb 24, 2021 2:30:00 PM

No matter what your opinion might be of the pandemic or our collective response to it, one thing is clear: 2020 showed the business world how important it is to have a robust, agile digital transformation strategy. Companies with the flexibility to pivot – sometimes multiple times – with employees, customers, and production did better in 2020 than those with rigid systems and infrastructure.

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Identifying and Addressing Friction in your Organization

By Angela Spencer on Feb 17, 2021 10:00:23 AM

In the classic Road Runner cartoons, you often see this when the Road Runner starts to run: His feet start moving, but the bird himself stays in place.

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The Impacts of COVID on User Experiences

By Abdul Dremali on Feb 4, 2021 2:30:00 PM

The global response to the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented.

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Cybersecurity in the Wake of a Reported Social Networking Breach

By Chris DeProfio on Jan 19, 2021 9:15:00 AM

As if being ostracized by big-tech hosting and supporting services was not enough of a controversy for a large and rapidly growing social networking provider, allegations recently surfaced that the provider’s user data was leaked. Reports indicate that before Amazon removed the provider from its hosting service, an Austrian hacker claimed to have accessed users’ image and video files that were uploaded to the website, along with the associated metadata. Regardless of whether this information was obtained from publicly posted materials or from a hack, the issue reinforces the need to regard data security as a top application priority.

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Your Starter Guide to Developing Your Own IoT App

By Chris DeProfio on Jan 13, 2021 2:30:00 PM

For most modern software applications, the developer doesn’t have to think much about hardware integration. Many hardware components the software comes in contact with—displays, pointing devices, keyboards, cameras, mobile device GPS receivers, etc.—have application programming interfaces (APIs) or are represented by standard interfaces built into the operating system.

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A Brief Timeline of Internet-Enabled Devices

By Abdul Dremali on Jan 6, 2021 2:30:00 PM

Most computer mouse devices today are “optical;” they shine a light on the working surface (the desktop or a mouse pad) and use the reflected light to determine the speed and direction of the mouse’s motion. Earlier versions were mechanical, incorporating a trackball whose direction and speed of rotation was converted into electrical signals indicating the motion. (Mouse trackballs also had a habit of picking up dust and lint that interfered with the mouse’s operation. The optical mouse was a major improvement in this area.)

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