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How to get ready for BYOW

We’ve been hearing a lot about wearables lately. Smartwatches in particular received a lot of notoriety in 2014 with major players like Google, LG, and Samsung introducing devices. Then, of course, the Apple Watch announcement in September has now caused a lot of stir. And we can’t forget the commoditization of the health fitness tracker… Read the full post

How to get started with Apple WatchKit

Since its announcement in September, Apple Watch has probably become one of the most highly anticipated tech gizmos in recent times, perhaps even more than the original iPhone. In the last 7 years or so we’ve seen why Apple is the global leader in technology innovation. The MacIntosh, iPod, and iPhone each revolutionized how people… Read the full post

Best 5 reasons why you should learn JavaScript

JavaScript has emerged in the past couple years as the de facto expression of next generation web technologies, and a critical component of HTML5 technologies – along with CSS and JQuery. JavaScript is really ubiquitous – it really is showing up everywhere! There are many other reasons why JavaScript and JS-based tools like JSON and… Read the full post

Is the mainframe dead?

When folks in IT mention the mainframe today, they often conjures up images of tall, bulky processors from the 1970s spinning round-real magnetic tapes or cartridges. In the same breath they’ll throw around terms like “old” and “outdated” and “legacy” to describe the system. Yes, the mainframe has been around for 50 years and has… Read the full post

How to make the most of predictive analytics

We’ve been talking quite a bit in recent months about the topic of Internet of Things, and for good reason. It’s a technology on everyone’s radar right now, and is forecast to impact all lines of business, every major industry, and transform society as we know it. Advances in IoT and ubiquitous computing will spawn… Read the full post