Monthly Archives: June 2015

Deskdoo Provides a Virtual Desktop in Your Browser

Deskdoo, a startup out of Poland, provides all the comforts of a desktop right in your browser. With telecommuting on the rise, virtual collaboration tools are having their moment in the sun. Web-based Deskdoo eliminates the need to install remote desktop software or use company-issued hardware. Instead, users log into the site online and gain […]

The Open Container Project

We’re going to dive deeper than usual into the tech rabbit hole today to talk about containers. In the last few years, software developers have started to make use of a new software platform called the container. A container is a new way of packaging applications to work on any type of server operating system. […]

Don’t Develop Your App Three Times

So you’ve realized you need a mobile app for your business, but you don’t know which mobile platform to make it for. Should you scoop up those shiny iOS customers? Windows phone users? I mean, Cortana is pretty cool. What about Android? Once you do a little research, you’ll groan as you realize that different […]

Apple Announces Music Streaming, New OS

Monday marked the first day of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. This event is known for big announcements for the coming year. Here are a few things to look forward to, from CEO Tim Cook’s keynote address: Apple Music: The big announcement of the day was Apple’s Spotify-like music streaming app. It lets you create a listening […]

IRS Hacked Through “Get Transcript” Website

If you have ever used the IRS’s Get Transcript website to access your old tax returns, your personal information may have fallen into the hands of hackers. From February to May, Russian hackers used information obtained from another third-party site to steal past transcripts and file fraudulent returns under the names of taxpayers. Hackers used sensitive […]