Do you remember in the movie The Matrix where it became challenging to know reality from the virtual reality? I had a similar experience recently when I tried a pair of the new Samsung VR goggles.
VR, short for virtual reality, is a new technology that provides a completely immersive and even interactive viewing experience. These goggles pair with your mobile device. When using a smartphone for the VR experience, it is commonly called Google cardboard with apps by the same name.
The amount of technology terms that have become common language continues to amaze me. From bandwidth and 4K to cloud and cookie, we often rattle off terms as if everyone knows exactly what we’re talking about.
Attending a professional football game includes a long list of positives: the roar of the crowd, contagious excitement and in-your-face action. Finding yourself swept up and enveloped in the sheer magnitude of it all is part of the fun. However, this seems less impressive when you’re missing the third quarter waiting in line for a hotdog with all the fixings.
Today's technology is beginning to surface in classrooms and education environments. Rather than investing in the hard copies of books every couple of years, many schools are handing out tablets to their students. Mobility is the future - is your school prepared to support this shift to enhanced digital education?
With a keen sense for business and the intellect to invent a wide range of sophisticated printing devices, HP has released a new line of wide format printers that are redefining productivity, printing costs and quality.
2015 is quickly coming to a close. And at the end of a year, it is a common practice to take time and remember the year we’re leaving behind, and predict what is to come in the year ahead. While 2015 saw significant expansion in the use of smart “phones”, 3D printing gained some ground and cloud computing became a focus for businesses – what’s ahead in 2016?
Each new year brings new challenges for businesses, and that is particularly true of IT platforms and infrastructure. Technology advances rapidly, and in order for your business to keep up, it is important to devote resources to building and/or upgrading key platforms and systems. A recent study from Gartner offers valuable insight for CIOs with 2016 right around the corner.
Technology is a wonderful thing, and businesses rely on various pieces of equipment to complete daily tasks. To remain reliable and efficient, which keeps your business competitive in the marketplace, technology requires upgrades. However, there is a time and a place to upgrade equipment like a wide format printer, and there are times when it is better to wait. Here are five reasons to consider holding off on investing in a new device.
Technology is at the core of every successful business today. Whether you are using it directly by utilizing cloud computing capabilities to mobilize your workforce or simply relying on an internet connection to run an e-commerce website, technology is the heartbeat of your daily operations. When it comes to finding a great technology partner, you can choose to work with various consultants representing different services (software licenses, internet connectivity, hardware, etc.), or you can work with an all-in-one telecom consultant. Below we'll list a number of reasons why you might want to consider working with an all-in-one technology partner.
Telecom services make reliable, efficient and timely communication with customers and clients of your organization possible. From the phone to Internet access and many things in between, telecom services help maintain your network infrastructure's connectivity capabilities. As technology continues to change and advance, telecom carrier services also evolves and has become more critical.