The end of pollinators will kick you in the (sweet) teeth.
How big data can help supermarkets tackle food waste
If a supermarket is provided real-time information and analytics that track their processes related to food disposal, they can better manage the amount and timing of what they order.
Not just Boston: Why no one wants to host the Olympics anymore
Hosting the Olympics ain't what it used to be -- so what does the future hold for one of humanity's great sporting spectacles?
Citrix Summit 2019 in Orlando Florida
While some of my friends went to #CES for the week, I was at Citrix Summit 2019 in Orlando. Sure, there were no roll up flat screen TVs or Smart Home gadgets but there were about 5,000 people packed into a Tech Keynote to hear about the latest and greatest from Citrix (and a motivational talk by Michael Phelps) Some of the things that I noticed at Summit were : 96% of all Citrix revenue has been processed by channel partners; The 4% of you out there trying to buy directly from Citrix.com, give IPM a call. :) ServTech was now bundled with Summit. The ServTech portion was Thursday while Summit was Monday through Wednesday. From my point of view, much of the technical content in the ServTech catalog was available the first…
How to Stop Your Computer from Slowing Down
As months and years pass by, even the most powerful computer can start to slow down and show signs of age, much like a car. But as with your automobile, there are steps to take that will minimize the creeping sluggishness and keep your laptop running as fast as possible for as long as possible. Here are a couple of easy steps you can take to keep your computer from slowing down.
What Millennials Expect from Workplace Technology and What It Means for Business Software Buyers
In this blog post, Jody Kaminsky, Senior VP, Marketing at NetSuite’s partner Ultimate Software reveals new findings from research into today’s workforce and their expectations regarding technology in the workplace, as well as detailing the meaning of these findings for business software buyers.
Time to Set Norms Governing Cyber War: Aspen Security Forum Preview
Loosid app creates a sobriety-minded community on your phone
With Loosid, people in recovery or choosing to live a sober lifestyle can find friends, dates, and sober-friendly events.
Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest
Wi-Fi connected devices and appliances are ideal targets for hackers, thanks to the KRACK exploit.
CPLogToSyslog Utility Now GA
Check Point has recently made available publicly a tool that allows you to export Check Point logs from the management to a syslog server. Refer to the