Crowdfunding resource site Kickstarter is the ultimate in financial freedom for many who couldn't fund their projects any other way. But I hate it. It has one significant flaw that I can't get past: all or nothing funding.
There are no sacred cows to someone who believes that consumer devices and self-service IT are the keystones of the new business model. IT Apologist Ken Hess takes on Consumerization and bring your own device.
Kenneth 'Ken' Hess is a full-time Windows and Linux system administrator with 20 years of experience with Mac, Linux, UNIX, and Windows systems in large multi-data center environments.
Have you ever heard of a technology solution that's so disruptive and different that you have to say that this could be the ultimate security solution? That's what I did at SpiceWorld 2013.
The Great Debate series this week pit me against David Braue for the 'Time to abandon Gmail?' debate question. I said 'No.'
Say anything negative about Bitcoin and the moles come out of the dark to throw stones. But the truth is that dollars are better than Bitcoins. And here's why.
Have you ever asked Siri for a traffic report? Don't bother if you're driving. Have you ever had Google Maps tell you to, "Return to route"? Frustrating isn't it? XOWi is the little gadget that can take the pain away.
For some companies, building a brand costs millions of dollars in huge ad campaigns and years of seed planting, good will, and market cultivation. But Spiceworks' Community changes everything.
If you believe that all technology shows are created equal, you're wrong. Spiceworks' SpiceWorld is so much more than just SWAG and vendor fluff; it's a community. And cool software.
There's nothing wrong with holding onto those shrink-wrapped software boxes and hard copy licenses or is there? I think you have to look past the calls for its demise just because of what's on the calendar.
Bitcoin is a really bad idea. Promoting digital currency is like promoting digital food; it will leave you empty and you'll wonder why you ever thought it was a good idea.
As I pondered weak and weary, over many a quaint cell phone or two, I realized that there's something missing: a panic button. And then I asked the most dangerous question of all: Why?