The testimonies from the Facebook security scandal spawned a massive dialog regarding privacy across the US and globally. The scandal erupted after Facebook released unsecured customer data to a third party. How could a technology company with vast resources do something so blatantly irresponsible?
We’ve had some recent inquiries regarding the use of tablets for everyday work. One tablet in particular interested us so we thought we would pilot it—Google’s Nexus 7.
What we found was that given the flexibility of the Android OS, the size, and the cost, we think the Nexus 7 is a viable candidate for business use.
A couple of months ago I was introduced to the book Flash Foresight.
Premise of the book: By taking into account everyday information and basics of probability, it is possible to predict future trends quite accurately.
With this revelation in mind, I decided to do some research and work on a prediction of my own. I’ve been paying close attention to the rate of acceleration of 4G and other progressive network technologies, and believe that it will make low cost Internet services obsolete. (Hey ATT, I’m talking to you.) And I think