In this Infographic, CSC commissioned a survey of IT decision makers in eight countries to find out the motivations behind their move to cloud computing systems and its effects on their businesses. The data they gathered is all neatly packed into this infographic.
This infographic is derived from a survey conducted by GSMA Rina asking people how they use their cellphones. It also breaks down cellphone use by country, age and gender.
Remember the day when when an “app” might have stood for a job application? Nowadays, computer and mobile apps have become the norm. This Infographic shows how popular apps have become, which apps are the most popular, and provides detailed numerical information for app use and downloads.
Named one of the best companies to work for (more than once) according to Forbes, there are definitely a lot of perks working for the technology giant, Google. However, actually landing a job there is not for the feebel-minded as you will see in this Infographic.
There may be nothing more blissful than becoming a mom. Whether it is your first or fifth time at the rodeo, it is always an interesting and wonderful journey. These days the journey is far easier with the help of new age technology.
People are relying more and more on mobile devices to socialize as well as interact with the world around them. This Infographic shows how that trend is extending to the job search process.
With the holiday shopping season about to begin, it’s a good time for online merchants to ensure they’re not going to suffer from the dreaded abandoned shopping cart syndrome. Monetate has created the following Infographic full of tips to avoid the abandoned shopping cart.
The Infographic below offers a breakdown of perks offered at some of the top tech companies and start-ups. Although pretty busy, it’s a cool look at what benefits are available at each of these companies.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 10 years, it’s an obvious fact that Google owns the lion’s share of US search traffic. But could this Goliath of Search be eclipsed by the currently David-sized combo of Bing and Yahoo… in as soon as the next 18 months?
It all started with punch cards and now we have storage solutions that provide unlimited data storage opportunities. The cool Infographic from Mashable takes a look at how far we’ve come on our quest to store as much information in as little space as possible.
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