Gone are the days of an ordinary pen and paper. Years ago, a pen was released to the public, which could record anything written on specialized paper and could even read it back to you. Launched just a year after the original iPhone, it never seemed to catch on. Now, they're smarter than ever.
If you use your computer on a regular basis, chances are you've run into problems with slow websites. A common problem with websites is when images and web pages are coming from the same server, which brings the speed down. The good news: there’s a quick and easy solution. As our clients experience an increase in traffic, we use Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Server) for images and other large media files.
The skills required of a successful project manager come from every discipline. From accounting to strategic planning, supervision, and personnel administration, some skills are more basic while others are more technical. The combination of these skill sets is ultimately what can propel a project toward success. From effective communication, problem solving, strong leadership and negotiation there are number of ways these such skills will aid in successful project management.
The time has come for a new category of systems -- one that combines the flexibility of general purpose systems, the elasticity of the cloud and the simplicity of an appliance with integrated expertise. These expert integrated systems fundamentally change the experience and economics of IT with built-in expertise, integration by design, and a simplified experience.
Biodegradable electronics? Is that even possible? Demand for batteries, requiring massive quantities of toxic metals like Nickle and Lithium, is rising along with concerns about pollution in China and the rest of Asia. Seems like our new technological world will come at the environment's expense. When you think of electronics, you might associate them with heavy metals, plastic and chemicals; not exactly safe materials. New research into using organic materials is getting closer to paying off. How are these new green electronics possible?