Tag Archives: computer

Take Out The Trash: Keeping Lousy Data from Fouling Your Business Decisions

Remember that saying “garbage in, garbage out”? It’s still relevant in our super-connected, digital world. If lousy data enters your business systems, any corresponding reports and analysis utilizing that data are worthless. Lousy data leads to erroneous business intelligence and poor business decisions. These can kill a small business quicker than a big one. So, […]

Usually Not A Couple, Thin and Enhanced Performance Link Up at CES 2019 in the Computing Section

Let’s take a look at some of the red-hot computer related stuff which showed up at CES 2019. Nvidia real-time ray tracing sets up a revolution in graphics technology. Ray tracing is used in the Marvel films and others. It’s been around for a while but only available to the people who can afford to […]

Now Is An Excellent Time of Year to Replace the Slothful Business Laptop

If your employees complain about their laptops having frozen keys and the processing time of a sloth or they bring their laptops to the office white elephant gift exchange, it’s time. The time of year for budgeting for or gifting new laptops. You need to be specific in your requirements; otherwise, the new laptops will […]

Netbooks: The Next Wireless Revolution

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks This week, cell phone provider Verizon confirmed it plans to release its own netbooks this year. Verizon’s decision to move into the computer market is fuelled by two key factors: 1.) the demand for wireless data is growing 2.) most people in the U.S. already own cellphones. I think Verizon […]

Hulu, Boxee and the Challenge of Web Television

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks The long anticipated television/computer convergence hit a potentially crippling set back this week when Hulu, one of the most popular streaming video sites removed its content from Boxee, a popular Internet to TV integration app. Hulu had been available on Boxee since October. Both companies had gained followers and popularity […]