Category: Technology Infographics

5 Security Threats You Shouldn’t Worry About in 2015

5 Security Threats You Shouldn’t Worry About in 2015

December 19, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

It’s December which means the world is buzzing with 2015 industry predictions. WatchGuard Technologies is taking a different approach. With 2015 IT budgets stretched thin, the company is offering five un-predictions that security pros can ignore in 2015 and five they can’t.

Data Centers

Data Centers

December 18, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

In this competitive business landscape, enterprises are striving to streamline their operations while protecting their mission critical data and applications in a secured environment. In this light, data centers are acting as a game changer. By leveraging the IT infrastructure of a robust data center, companies can enjoy greater efficiency, flexibility, and allocate their resources optimally across entire organizational structure.

Streaming Media to TV: Worry-Free Entertainment

Streaming Media to TV: Worry-Free Entertainment

December 18, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Do you have problems when streaming media to TV or maybe you are just a newbie in this field? Here is an infographic by Wondershare that will help you to find solutions to your streaming problems and also guide to start your streaming journey.

Searching for Signal: Where to Get the Best Cell Coverage in the US

Searching for Signal: Where to Get the Best Cell Coverage in the US

December 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

We live in an age when the smartphone is key to our lives – we use it for everything from playing games to emailing and even finding our way around unfamiliar places. Even though it’s about so much more than making simple phone calls now, your phone is only as useful as the kind of cell signal you get. In the land of the smartphone, signal is king.

Asset Tracking for Service Companies Using Mobile Devices

Asset Tracking for Service Companies Using Mobile Devices

December 10, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Service companies with routes are always on the go. That is why it is crucial know where your assets are and what third party technician might have worked with them last while keeping the client in the loop. Asset Panda takes a in-depth look at asset tracking for service companies using mobile devices.

IT Asset Management

IT Asset Management

December 9, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The backbone to keeping any company in business that uses electronic communication is the IT department. Whether that is a team or one person, IT ensures your company has working technology and equipment, including telephones, Internet and server access. This infographic shows that adding IT asset management will help the company to run better.

Email Authentication So Simple, Grandma Can Understand It

Email Authentication So Simple, Grandma Can Understand It

December 1, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Did you know 156 million phishing emails are sent every day?! And 16 million of those get through SPAM filters! Everyone hates SPAM and when a brand is targeted by a phishing attack, customers are 42% less likely to do business with them again online. Email Authentication can help with this.

Ways to Improve Your Smartphone’s Battery Life

Ways to Improve Your Smartphone’s Battery Life

November 25, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

While it seems like there is a new cell phone or mobile device coming out every week, you may be trying to figure out how to get the most out of the one you currently have. Regardless of what kind of smartphone you have, it is bound to look inadequate against anything that is out there if the battery keeps losing its charge prematurely. Even though you purchased your phone so that you can take advantage of its features, countless apps and more, none of those apps and features mean a thing with a dead battery.

Managing the Unpredictable Human Element of Cybersecurity

Managing the Unpredictable Human Element of Cybersecurity

November 24, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

IT security professionals were surveyed by SolarWinds and the government. This survey helped reveal the concerns they have about cyber security. The results about these concerns and other obstacles are documented in this infographic.

What Are Google Algorithms and Why Do They Matter?

What Are Google Algorithms and Why Do They Matter?

November 24, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Have you ever wondered how Google ranks websites? Do you know how they exactly determine which web site to position on the first page results? The truth is that Google uses a formula in determining a websites that will include on their results page. This formula is known as algorithm.

The Evolution of Government Technology

The Evolution of Government Technology

November 20, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The road of government technology has been a long and evolutionary one that has really just begun. From surveys to decision making to communicating and engaging with citizens, government has started to realize the benefits of more efficient, effective and transparent processes through advanced technology platforms and systems. This infographic offers a look into the evolution of government technology and a look into what’s to come.

How to Become a Data Scientist in 8 Easy Steps

How to Become a Data Scientist in 8 Easy Steps

November 17, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

After being dubbed sexiest job of the 21st Century by Harvard Business Review, data scientists have stirred the interest of the general public. Here is a step-by-step infographic that clearly outlines how you can become a data scientist in 8 easy steps.

The Rise and Rise of Mobile Apps

The Rise and Rise of Mobile Apps

November 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

A large part of our daily lives is being ruled by mobile apps. We simply cannot do without them. These apps are also playing a huge role in the world of business. They are helping businesses enhance brand awareness, increase sales generation capabilities and improve processes. This infographic takes a look at the growth of mobile apps through the prism of interesting statistical data.

The Evolution of Computer Viruses

The Evolution of Computer Viruses

November 6, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

From the first computer virus named “Rabbit” in 1974, to pirated computer games in the 80s and Microsoft word docs in 1992, avoidance was fairly straightforward. That was until the rise of the internet in 1999! This infographic details the evolution of computer viruses and how at least 40% of all computers are currently infected.