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Mobile Apps in the Enterprise Are the Future

April 29, 2014

Your laptop isn’t irrelevant yet, but it might be soon. Sales of web-enabled smartphones, tablets, and e-readers have surpassed web-enabled laptops, notebooks, and desktop computers. Mobile apps in the business sphere is the future.

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iPhone Jailbreaking

April 29, 2014

Tonight there’s gonna be a (legal) JAILBREAK! Source

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The Strategic Approach to Foursquare

April 29, 2014

Foursquare is a location-based social networking website that is designed to be used with smart phones and other mobile devices. The real question is not what is Foursquare, however, but rather how can Foursquare benefit your company? Read through this infographic to better understand how Foursquare works and how Foursquare can work for you. Source

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Who Struck Geolocation Gold?

April 29, 2014

The SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, is a yearly meeting of techies and musicians all coming together to share new ideas and have a good time. It is a time for companies to premiere new ideas and products and get feedback. So who came out on top during SXSW 2010? Was Foursquare or Gowalla the […]

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4G Comparison | 2011 Review

April 29, 2014

As of 2011, every major carrier sells service marketed as 4G mobile broadband. However, with a minimum of 3 underlying technologies all being called 4G in the United States, it’s no surprise to find that each technology, let alone their providers, are not created equal. Use this comparison to see the differences between the major […]

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Apple and Adobe

April 29, 2014

Since so much has been said about not having Flash support in the devices of Apple (mainly the Apple iPhone and the iPad) I put together as much facts as possible about Apple, Adobe, the iPhone and Flash, plus some on video codecs including Theora, H.264 and HTML 5 video. I hope these infographics help […]

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Survival Guide to Securing the Social Enterprise

April 29, 2014

Securing the Social Enterprise: A Survival Guide presents the core steps for IT managers to reduce risks, prevent data leaks and avoid sharing information with the wrong connections, all while still enabling secure and efficient enterprise collaboration. Source

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Marketing Automation – Funding Timeline

April 29, 2014

Also interesting to note that if you break down the fundraising of each of the vendors into a timeline, most of the investment has been made in the past couple years. Source

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iPhone 5: Are You a Fanboy?

April 29, 2014

In the coming days, if you don’t restrain your enthusiasm for Apple’s new iPhone introductions, you’ll invariably be called fanboy or fangirl (fanperson?). A definitive diagnosis of Apple Fanboy Syndrome, which not only confirmed our suspicions, but showed us why these product launches get Apple fans so beside themselves with anticipation of the company’s latest […]

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Should You Hire or Contract Your Marketing department

April 29, 2014

Determining the right marketing needs for your organization requires a balance of different considerations: size, cost, skills, and tacit industry knowledge. This is why it is often a difficult decision for marketing execs to find the precise solution for their department. To discover whether it’s better to hire a full-time, in-house marketing team or to […]

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Online Fax vs. Traditional Fax

April 29, 2014

A quick comparison of online fax and traditional fax in terms of savings, ease of use, mobility and environmental aspects. Source

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How does Toronto stack up as an ICT hub?

April 29, 2014

What world-class cities come to mind when you think of the information and communications technology (ICT) hubs around the world? New York, San Francisco, and… Toronto? If Toronto’s largest city doesn’t come to mind when you’re creating that mental list, maybe it should. Source