Anyone who spends any time at all listening to what happens in the technology and retail fields will know by now that Amazon experienced intermittent outages with the launch of their 2018 Prime Day on Monday afternoon this week. For anyone who is not up to what is happening at the world's most aggressive online retailer each year they launch a roughly 36 hour promotion day which makes Black Friday in the US and Boxing Day in Canada look tiny. Estimates are that over 3.4 billion dollars in sales will be produced this year on Prime Day in spite of the glitches which occurred.Read More
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As the new year starts off it is common to look at what the researchers are saying about the newest trends in IT, technology in general and what may be the flavour of the coming months.Read More
Anyone who travels frequently whether on business or for pleasure quickly confronts the challenge of determining the right solution to obtaining online flexibility especially for data.
Most roaming plans restrict substantially, the level of data that you can use and the upcharges for going over the plan can be large. For that reason people often start seeking out free wifi in all kinds of locations. Unfortunately, free wifi can be pretty cumbersome.
I recently experienced this on a personal trip where we were using campgrounds to stay over night. Virtually all of them offered some sort of 'free' wifi on their site. The quality and usability of their connections varied substantially and did not equate to the price of the stay. In fact the poorest connection was in the campground where we paid the highest rate per night and the best connection was in the one where we obtained and end of season discount rate for staying. Luckily our daily connection needs were pretty low and could be met with a roaming plan on my cell phone which sufficed for our travel planning. If more intensive needs had been prevalent something different would have been important.Read More
A recent article has pegged the value of the internet of things (IofT) as a $300 billion industry. When you think of all the items you can now connect to your home network:Read More
When you look at your everyday operations it is easy to see that a highly IT connected world, fast performance from devices and quick response from systems and people is an increasing expectation.Read More