Monthly Archives: September 2014

  • Is It Time for Smart Watches?

    It's not all that long ago that the buzz about the Internet of Things and a content streaming refrigerator stole the show at the 2014 CES, and the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was abuzz with a bandwagon full of smart watches that manufacturers sincerely hoped would find their way into the hearts and onto the wrists of mobile lifestyle consumers. Apple’s recent debut of its own entry into a field crowded less with thoroughbreds than a herd of mildly confused sheep has not helped make the point of smart watches any clearer to observers. Continue reading

  • Windows Server 2003 EOL: What You Need to Know

    If you’re still using Windows Server 2003, you probably know that support for it is being totally phased out next year, and that the time to upgrade is coming up very soon. Although your Windows 2003 server will still operate after the support end date, the real problem comes shortly after when security updates are no longer released and PCI compliance is compromised. Continue reading