August 22, 2017

Using Cloud Data to Build a NCAA Tourney Bracket

March 16, 2017 Staff

Welcome to the first of two days of low workforce production and nail biting moments that lead into 3 glorious weeks March Madness. The first round of 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament tips off today and it should be another doozy of an experience. With everyone scrambling to […]

Government Plays a Key Role in the Internet of Things

January 26, 2017 Rich Ord

Government around the world play a key role in whether IoT becomes a mainstream technology sooner rather than later according to Cisco IoT expert Maciej Kranz. Kranz recently posted an excerpt of his book Building the Internet of Things on the Cisco Innovation blog. IoT Adoption is Key to Regional […]

Worthwhile Free Course From IBM on Big Data

January 18, 2017 Rich Ord

IBM Learning Lab offers many free courses for technology professionals, but Big Data 101 is something even many experienced data professionals could find great takeaways from. With this course you get answers to fundamental questions such as: What is Big Data? How do we tackle Big Data? Why are we […]

Google Cutting Its Losses With Fiber

October 26, 2016 Rich Ord

Google is cutting its losses with its high speed internet service to restrategize and reduce expenses. It will continue serving its current fiber cities and will complete the buildout of its fiber service where construction has already begun, but it will close offices and end all future fiber plans. With […]

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