Monthly Archives: September 2015

The changing trends of global browser usage

Web browser use has changed dramatically around the world over the past few years.

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Preparing for the internal uses of Big Data

Big Data is useful for internal and external functions, as long as companies can keep pace with industry standards.

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Big Data poised to aid public transportation

Big Data suggests possible improvements for transit services in the future if used correctly.

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3 new facts about Chrome 45

Google’s Chrome 45 browser boasts new updates for mobile use.

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Work ahead of ‘shadow BYOD’ with a flexible emulator

“Shadow BYOD” is a real factor for modern IT, especially in government. 

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Could international travel expansion require new IT solutions?

A newly inaugurated train line will bridge Mexico and the United States for the first time in more than a century.

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Saving energy by updating the mainframe

By updating mainframe emulation means, companies could potentially save money and energy.

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Minimizing training times for better logistics software performance

Reducing training time helps your company put logistics software into practice sooner.

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