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About Jeffrey Walker

Jeff is a business development consultant who specializes in helping businesses grow through technology innovations and solutions. He holds multiple master’s degrees from institutions such as Andrews University and Columbia University, and leverages this background towards empowering people in today’s digital world. He currently works as a research specialist for a Fortune 100 firm in Boston. When not writing on the latest technology trends, Jeff runs a robotics startup called virtupresence.com, along with oversight and leadership of startuplabs.co - an emerging market assistance company that helps businesses grow through innovation.

5 reasons you need to be tracking Big Data security analytics

Cyber-criminals unfortunately have been on top of the latest technologies and are upping-the-ante of their attacks, in some ways faster than the good guys are able to respond. Given the trends we saw in 2014, it’s safe to assume that cyber-criminals will stage increasingly brazen and bold attacks in the year(s) ahead. Nothing is safe… Read the full post

Why Internet of Things is bigger than you think

It’s been a year since Gartner Research announced that Internet of Things has now replaced Big Data as the most hyped technology. Indeed, over the past 12 months IoT has continued to ramp up and to become the biggest news-making trend in IT. Internet of Things has definitely lived up to the “hype” and then… Read the full post

6 quick tips for improving your website performance

In business circles we sometimes hear that today is the “age of the customer.” And so it is. Thanks to the enormous advances over the past few years in consumer technologies such as mobile and social media, customers are the ones who “shop with their voice” so to speak. The world of blog, forums, and… Read the full post

Top 7 things you need to know about ubiquitous computing

We hear more and more today about the notion of ubiquitous computing, or the idea of computers being available anywhere. Just a few short years ago such an idea seemed more like science fiction than anything. But the continued ascendancy of mobile computing over desktops, coupled with Internet of Things and rapid advances in AI… Read the full post

Top 8 ways to ensure job security in the digital workforce

Over the past 7 years or so convergence technologies like mobile, cloud, and Big Data have changed the way products and services are planned, developed, and produced within organizations. Development cycles are now faster, leaner, and more agile than ever. Customer expectations continue to go through the roof. The consumerization of IT and the spread… Read the full post

Top 7 tips for improving customer satisfaction

More than at any point in history, we’re living in the “age of the customer” and engaging them depends heavily on the right use of technology. If you don’t believe it, just try putting up a minimalist and spotty website and see how long your business survives. Customers are vital to your organization; these are… Read the full post

Why you need a BYOT strategy in 2015

Over the past several years we’ve all become well-accustomed to the BYOD model of technology implementation. Thanks to the “consumerization of IT” employees started migrating their own smartphones and tablets and personal devices to work. In fact, BYOD has become fairly pervasive within the world of IT. Notwithstanding a few headaches, organizations have by and… Read the full post

Top 5 ways to improve your online performance

The goal of any website is to get your brand in front of as many online visitors as possible and to turn those visitors into regular customers. This really encompasses the heart of your business performance. Now it’s not uncommon to think of “performance” solely in technical terms as optimizing images, caching, and adjusting style… Read the full post