Owing to software-defined data center technologies, many of today's data center certifications require supplementary skills, including virtualization and cloud computing. Other trends affecting this space include big data, the internet of things and network virtualization. Here are some of the very best options for data center certifications in 2019. Because...
Google recently unveiled the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Android smartphones. The search engine giant is clearly gunning for its competition with this release, making pointed digs at both Apple and Samsung throughout the official announcement and undercutting competitor prices just enough to inspire even the most die-hard...
It wasn’t long into my reading of last weekend’s Wall Street Journal essay “Can the Tech Giants Be Stopped?” that I realized the author must be the same one who wrote “Is It Time to Break Up Google?” back in the New York Times last April. Indeed, the writer of...
Between poor internet connections, annoying background noise, participants not knowing what is being discussed and off-topic conversations, a video conference call can quickly run off the rails. With remote work on the rise, video conferences have quickly become the meeting method of choice for many organizations. Joe Manuele, CEO of...
The Little Rock Technology Park Authority made a soft pitch to a local Centennial Bank-led banking consortium to support the second phase of the city’s multi-stage tech village once a decision is made on how to fully finance the $26 million development project. In...
Apple recently announced three new iPhones: iPhone8, iPhone8 Plus and iPhone X (pronounced ten). The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available for preorder on September 15, and the iPhone X will be available for preorder on October 27. But for those planning to buy an Apple smartphone,...
A close analysis of all the recent reports and data shows some encouraging trends, although the iPhone X's high starting price may be dampening demand some.   Over the last few days, there have been several different reports -- some of them contradicting each other -- about iPhone X sales and...
In an effort to expand the national tech talent pipeline, Walmart has announced a $3 million investment to support national nonprofit Girls Who Code. The money will be used to help the organization administer summer immersion programs in Northwest Arkansas and across the country. Walmart said the financial support is an...
Google's CallJoy service launched yesterday on an invite-only basis. The system was created to give SMBs "access to the same customer service options that have historically only been available to larger corporations." It handles multiple phone answering needs for $39 per month. For a small business owner, communicating with...
Growing up in a small Oklahoma town, Zach Bunn knew early that for his favorite hobby to grow, there needed to be a community. Like many preteens in the '90s, Bunn caught Pokemon fever and spent afternoons slinging trading cards with his friends in an epic battle of pocket...