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Windows Will Win Your Heart by Not Caring

Microsoft had a banner day of announcements yesterday on day one of their annual developer conference, aptly called Build, in San Francisco. The announcements ranged from the ability to run Android and iOS apps on Windows 10, to a free development environment for…

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What can business learn from IT security at the White House?

There is a clear distinction in objective between a for-profit corporation and for-the-people government agency. This is especially true when it comes to trying to compare a business to one of the highest profile governmental offices in the US, the White House. But…

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Mobile World Congress: contextual marketing shines light on mobile users

For marketers and advertisers, mobile has ushered in a new way of connecting directly to the consumer. Since mobile devices can both send and receive information about the owner directly to and from the device, advertisers have reached the holy grail of being…

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Five highlights to come at the 2015 Mobile World Congress

Mobile World Congress 2015, the biggest mobile industry event of the year, will take place this week from March 2nd to 5th in Barcelona. The event held at the Fira Grand Via and the Fira Montjuïc is expected to draw close to 90,000…

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Connecting up the NFL: using technology to improve fan experience

When you bring 70,000 sport fans together in one place you have some serious logistical considerations: traffic, parking, security and safety to name but a few. There are many potential frustrations from attending a major sporting event. But the frustration of physical mobility…

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