Category: Technology Infographics
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.
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.
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.
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.
Migrating to the cloud does not have to be difficult. This infographic from Speechpath breaks down the process for the SME owner thinking of making the move. It covers the steps to get ready for the cloud, the business benefits, 3 key models, the main service providers and cloud based apps already in use.
The infographic from Dot Com Infoway focuses on the APIs that are sure to guide the next generation of iPhone and iPad apps. These game-changing APIs will allow developers to create more engaging apps, and also more customized and smoother experiences for users.
This infographic highlights some of the pioneering women who helped invent the technology we use today, as well as women who are modern rising stars in developing new technology, and leading some of the top tech companies.
Assistive technology has made it possible for those with a disability to lead the best life that they can through the use of innovative technology. This infographic outlines some of the leading gadgets on the market that can help change people’s lives.
West Interactive has created a really informative infographic that breaks down how your devices learn to talk to you. The graphic takes us through how automatic speech recognition (ASR) works, examples of ASR at work and also how speech recognition learns from you.
Falk speed reducers are essential for the successful running of machinery for industrial applications, from mining to pulp and paper to cement mixing. Falk speed reducers in particular are known for their ruggedness and durability. Mar-Dustrial Sales examined a Falk speed reducer, Type YBX, to see what makes up a typical speed reducer.
Here is an infographic by Dell about the history of computer security threats that goes through the timeline of the last 70 years. It talks about bugs, viruses and those pesky Russians.
Want to upgrade your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8 but don’t want to lose your precious data? Then you might want to follow the steps laid out in this infographic put together by the folks at Wondershare.
Mobile app development is clearly gaining a strong footage and is a lucrative business proposition. No wonder the competition is huge and fewer taste success. In the following infographic, Innomobileapps discusses the attributes that make it a lucrative business option.
Did you know that 51% of high school students carry a smartphone? It may be no surprise that America’s youth rely on technology and crave connectivity in their daily lives. However, could this desire for connectivity be plumbed for educational purposes? Here SinglePoint Communications examines the drive toward school bus WiFi and the use of mobile Internet in school buses.