Category: IT

How to Ditch Your Landline

How to Ditch Your Landline

Since the beginning of time — or what feels like it — we’ve been chained to our homes and desks by landlines. Ten years ago, landlines were the main vehicle of communication, used to run a business or keep in touch with family.

What Developers Can Learn From Top Mobile Apps

What Developers Can Learn From Top Mobile Apps

When it comes to mobile app design and development, the best way to learn is often by observing what works in successful apps.

Iran Plans To Stop Using The Internet By 2013

Iran Plans To Stop Using The Internet By 2013

Iran is planning on on joining the list of nations abandoning the global internet for their own national intranet, and officials say that the transition may be completed by 2013.

Infographic: How Social Media Affects The Way We Travel

Infographic: How Social Media Affects The Way We Travel

As social media infiltrates our daily lives, it’s also becoming an important part of the way we travel.

The 8 Biggest Failures With Social Media Marketing

The 8 Biggest Failures With Social Media Marketing

Maybe you tried social media and didn’t see much lift. Social media seemed like a lot of work — learning the idiosyncracies of different social networks, creating and scraping content, engaging your network — for very little ROI (Return on Investment).

5 Ways to Get Email Overload Under Control

5 Ways to Get Email Overload Under Control

If you’re like most people with a connection to the internet and a job that requires you interact via email, then you probably know what email hell feels like.

5 Super Cheap Web Analytics Tools Besides Google

5 Super Cheap Web Analytics Tools Besides Google

While the Adobes of the world continue to rack up customer wins, and even Google Premium soaks up a few dollars from enterprises that need a service-level agreement, there are several options that are neither costly nor Google. Here are a few of them.

5 tips for designing a “corporate but fun” intranet

5 tips for designing a “corporate but fun” intranet

When designing custom themes for clients we ask clients what the key design themes of their intranet are. Quite often the answer is a combination of two contrasting themes eg. “We would like our intranet to have a corporate look, but also feel fun and engaging”.

How To Choose ‘Advanced’ Data Visualization Tools

How To Choose ‘Advanced’ Data Visualization Tools

Big data and analytical capabilities are the latest coveted features in a fast-growing market for charts, maps, and other ways to visually sort through data for insight.

Synchronizing Social Traffic Signals

Synchronizing Social Traffic Signals

“It’s very important that businesses make it ridiculously easy for visitors to their website, blog or social channels to connect with [their] business across all online outlets, and also to share content with their networks,” said Melissa Ruggles, social media manager with Splash Media.

Red Hat releases Storage Server 2.0

Red Hat releases Storage Server 2.0

Red Hat has announced the global availability of Red Hat Storage Server 2.0, the company’s scale-out, open source storage software solution for the management of unstructured data, RTT News reports.

Cuba’s Intranet Users Rise 40% from 2011

Cuba’s Intranet Users Rise 40% from 2011

2.6 million out of 11.2 million Cubans are Internet users.