Is your workforce ready to compete in a data-driven, cloud-enabled, digitally transformed environment? That was the question that AT&T asked itself a few years ago when internal research found that 100,000 of the company's 240,000 workers were in roles that the company probably wouldn't need in a decade. Instead the company needed workers who were trained and ready for the … [Read more...] about Train Today’s Workforce for Tomorrow’s Tech
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The Chromebook Pixel is the highest profile Chromebook out there. At just under $1,300, it's easily the most expensive too, and at the heavier end of the spectrum. It really is quite a piece of kit: on several occasions I've had to fend off colleagues' covetous advances to get some alone time with the machine. The reason for some of the Pixel's appeal (and that extra weight) is … [Read more...] about Buy a Chromebook Pixel today? No way. But tomorrow could be a very different story
posted on 24 Oct 2016, 21:59 20 1. htcisthebest (Posts: 319; Member since: 15 Nov 2011) "Hopefully the company will be able to regain its sales momentum." posted on 24 Oct 2016, 22:05 12 4. justrt (Posts: 446; Member since: 10 Jul 2014) Thank you. That line makes a really bad impression for real. posted on 24 Oct 2016, 23:09 11 19. Zylam (Posts: 1384; … [Read more...] about Comments for : Tomorrow, Apple will report its first decline in annual revenue since 2001
posted on 05 Aug 2016, 18:25 0 1. Barney_stinson (banned) (Posts: 672; Member since: 30 May 2016) "Coming into the store on Sunday with sad puppy dog eyes won't help you. " lol posted on 05 Aug 2016, 22:23 1 3. Darklegion (Posts: 3; Member since: 14 Jul 2016) Actually lol'd at that one. Cant wait to read the disclosures for that credit though, sounds like a great … [Read more...] about Comments for : T-Mobile’s Samsung Superphone Superdeal runs for tomorrow (August 6th) only
The Jetsons gave us a taste of flying cars with bubble-like glass roofs in 1962, but the car’s basic conventions haven’t changed much since then. Modern cars may have touchscreens, GPS, and collision avoidance now, but the average commuter still travels on a road paved with asphalt, still regularly fills a fuel tank with regular unleaded, still controls a … [Read more...] about DT10: Cars. For tomorrow’s cars, going driverless is just the beginning
After a long wait, a leaked video, several false starts and considerable upset from frustrated owners, Samsung has finally started its roll out of Android 4.0 to the Galaxy S II smartphone.Announced via its Samsung Tomorrow blog, Samsung says the update will initially be available in Europe, with Poland, Hungary and Sweden mentioned specifically, as well as in Korea. This … [Read more...] about Finally, Samsung rolls out Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S II
A review of the Identity Theft Resource Center's annual reports about data breaches for the years 2012 to 2016 shows that the frequency of breach events and the volume of records exposed increased by 50 percent in that five-year span.In healthcare, the frequency of breach events increased by 54 percent and the number of records affected increased by 85 percent.When we evaluate … [Read more...] about How CIO’s prepare for tomorrow’s healthcare data breaches
Proposed standards for protecting data on disk or tape are gathering steam within the IEEE and could be supported in products as soon as next year, according to proponents.Such standard technology could go a long way toward safeguarding organizations and their customers from the perils of lost or stolen disks and tapes, backers say. The need to push through such standards has … [Read more...] about Standards on the way for encrypting data on tape, disk
A few times each year, the press provides an update on the perennially "just around the corner" technology of tabletop computing, best exemplified by Microsoft's "Surface" technology. In case you missed it, this technology essentially turns a boardroom table into a computing interface, allowing you to poke, prod, and swipe your table to perform various functions.In "office of … [Read more...] about Will tablets pave the way for enterprise tabletop computing?
Are we seeing the begin of Nintendo Switch apps? Japanese video streaming service niconico has announced an app for the Nintendo Switch. The niconico Switch app will be released tomorrow on the Japanese eShop. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Nintendo Switch in Stock While niconico is mostly only interesting for Japanese Switch owners, the release could mean that a … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch To Get A Video Streaming App, Paving Way For Youtube?