Consciously stopping work toward a goal is just as important as being conscious of the reasons you started in the first place. When the reasons for starting no longer align with where you want be, it’s okay to abandon the project and refocus on other things that hold greater importance.
Sometimes you need to get photos from your phone to your computer. This article offers a variety of options for getting your photos from where they are to where you want them to be, with some suggestions around how you can make sure they don’t get lost along the way.
When you need Internet access in a pinch, your smartphone might be the most reliable option available. Most iPhones and Android phones have an option where you can share the LTE or 4G connection on the phone with other devices, like your laptop or tablet. This is fairly easy to setup and this article shows you how to do it.
In the quest to find the perfect notebook computer to meet my demanding requirements, I got a sneak preview of the HP EliteBook Folio 1020. The comparisons to the MacBook Air are obvious thanks to a slim case design and sub 13-inch form factor, but the EliteBook 1020 goes above and beyond with an impressive screen resolution and an Intel Broadwell processor inside.
Tablets are becoming widely used as point of sale solutions in a variety of retail scenarios. In this article, I talk about the HP Retail POS solutions powered by the HP ElitePad 1000 G2.
Are your customers raving about you on social media or are they complaining? If you don’t know where your customers hangout on social media, you can’t possibly know what they are saying. Plenty of solutions allow you to track keywords like your business and product names, but making the link between an existing customer and social accounts can be tricky, particularly if you have hundreds or thousands of customers. One company is trying to simplify this process by making it easy to connect your data to public APIs.
One of the recurring themes I’m hearing at tech conferences this year is in-memory computing. At the core of these discussions is the need to make data-informed business decisions more quickly. Instead of taking a snapshot from your data sources and loading the data into a data warehouse for analysis, which can take hours or days to get a a number of solutions are promising analytics side-by-side with your transactional workloads in the form of in-memory computing.