In the simplest of terms, blockchain is a globally distributed, highly secure, distributed ledger. Rather than keeping data about transactions and balances in a centralized (and vulnerable) place like banks and clearing houses, blockchain stores such records globally across millions of computers using anywhere from 10-100x the computing power of Google.
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The mobile revolution is no longer happening – it’s over. Done, settled. As of November 2016, mobile has surpassed desktop internet usage and that trend has not slowed down.
Our powerful app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices gets a whole new user interface and more productivity tweaks.
If you’ve ever read the Farmer’s Almanac, you know it’s an interesting mix of historical record and predictions for the year ahead. While we’re not exactly farmers, we thought we’d do the same thing but for technology.
Microsoft is on the verge of releasing several video conferencing systems under its Project Rigel banner. Simultaneously - Logitech, Polycom, and Crestron all have released or will be releasing products that include a Surface Pro 4 to provide conference control in the room as well as a variety of camera and speakerphone options.
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Cost, resources, flexibility, security — consider these factors before you move services in your SMB to the cloud.