Monthly Archives: August 2016

The very real impact of truck driver data monitoring

Recent tech advances and government proposals show the importance of the connected truck driver.

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How does BYOD differ in 2016?

BYOD may change in the near future.

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Browser-adaptable solutions crucial in ongoing Windows/Chrome feud

Microsoft’s Edge browser is still in a battle with Chrome.

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Microsoft tackles new browser flaws

Microsoft is implementing new updates for its Edge Browser.

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Defining big data for future modernizations

Businesses may still need to shift their understanding of big data to make true use of it.

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HTML5 to replace Flash in Chrome 55

An upcoming version of Chrome will transition away from Flash this December.

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Smart vehicles one example of need for new apps

Internet of Things applications can potentially make connections between different industries.

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Oracle's newest patch bundle addresses 13 Java flaws

More than a dozen flaws in a new Critical Patch Update are Java-related.

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Stop waiting for 'perfect data' to start modernizing

Big data doesn’t necessarily require all of its data to be “perfect” or “clean.”

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Mainframe modernization: Putting old-school skills to new use

Mainframe knowledge is not obsolete Рit just has a different use.

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