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5 things you need to know about protecting and recovering your company’s data

board-453758_1280 Companies still using tape back-ups should prepare themselves for possible data loss. With a failure rate of up to 65% and the fact that these back-ups are generally archived off site in a warehouse requiring manual processes to search for data, tape back-ups are a risky place to keep business-critical data. In the event of a disaster, when recovery time is essential for business survival, enterprises need technologies that give them virtually instant access to their most critical information and ...

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These are the world’s most loved, and hated, cars

chrysler-312880_1280 For most of us, cars are a constant presence in our life; we’re either sitting in them and/or looking at them a large chunk of the day. As such, it’s not a surprise that we each have a preference for car types, as we would a pet breed or color. Some drivers prefer large grey vans, while others prefer a yellow convertible. Getting more specific, you may be surprised – or not at all – to learn what some of ...

Mobile apps

10 awesome corporate productivity apps

ipad productivity With the large range of professional and enterprise apps that are out there today, finding ones that are the best for enhancing workplace productivity is likely your top priority. A lot of businesses are making use of these applications because it enables workers to complete work outside of the office more efficiently. Communications and collaborations are made simpler, leaving no excuse for workers to not get projects in by deadline. Keeping everyone on board is possible with mobile technology, but ...

News, Twitter

Twitter and Foursquare are partnering to improve location in tweets

Twitter specific location Twitter and Foursquare are planning to partner together in 2015 to power location in tweets. In fact, the geo-location feature could be introduced as soon the first quarter. Over the past weeks Twitter has been trying by all means to gather data on its users and it continues its efforts by partnering with Foursquare. The social media network wants to start serving information to users that is relevant and the company believes that with a location layer to its platform ...

Social networking

Facebook starts auto-enhancing photos

Facebook auto adjust Facebook will now auto-enhance newly uploaded photos via mobile. The feature, which rolls out on iOS today and is set to come to Android in the near future, will allow users to adjust a slider to control just how enhanced you want the light, shadow, and clarity, or revert back to the original photograph. Read more: 10 gorgeous iPhoneography snaps showcasing the beauty of South Africa Sharing photographs has been made convenient and popular by Instagram with its different filters. This has ...

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Smartphone sales grew by 20 percent in third quarter of 2014

Gartner Howard Smartphones have been around for a good few years now, but there's no sign that their growing popularity is on the wane. In fact, they now account for 66% of all mobile phones worldwide and are on track to see sales of 1.2 billion units for the year. Today Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company, published its Q3 for how mobile devices did globally. The report claims that 301 million smartphones were sold in the third quarter, ...

Google

Here’s what we were searching for in 2014

Mobile search The death of a beloved actor, a global sporting event and a mysterious plane disappearance. On the face of it, those things don't have all that much in common but the FIFA World Cup, the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 and the death of Robin Williams all shook the world in 2014. It's hardly surprising then that they all also feature in Google's most searched terms for the year. Williams' suicide topped search results for the year, no ...

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