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Windows 10

Say no more and let’s just get Windows 10 to consumers, as soon as possible. Windows 8 was fine, however it was definitely a big change to both basic and novice users alike. I am hoping that Windows 10 makes a big “splash” in the market. It’s...

Protecting The Web We Weave

Recent reports of online, mobile and POS (Point-of-Sale) security breaches have started to erode our confidence in the reliability of the cloud. But have we focused too much on convenience?  Or should we simply revert to best practices, for computing security? Time...

Is Your Data Shell-Shocked?

Well it did not take long for the Internet, and the world, to be introduced to a new threat. On the heels of the Heartbleed bug comes a new vulnerability, which may turn out to be far worse. The vulnerability, discovered in September of 2014, has ramifications across...

Who Manages Your Critical Health Data?

Are you using a developer or re-seller for your critical health records? Medical software is an important part of your medical practice. When you make a purchase be sure that you are working with a company that actually understands the field. You need someone who can...

Microsoft & Nokia — A New Direction

Well it looks like Microsoft has opted to go “all in”.  I can only hope that the move will totally reshape the mobile industry and Microsoft’s future. By adding consumer hardware to it’s portfolio Microsoft now gains the expertise of...

The Usefulness of Facebook

I am a user of Facebook, but not a real fan. By stating this some may feel it’s pointless to read on. Well let me confess, I have tried to understand our global fascination with Facebook. Why is it so popular? What makes it different than any other platform? Is...