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Why PaaS Is The Future of IT

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Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a platform model that allows organizations to control their Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) directly upon their provider’s environment. Operating as a natural extension to the slow shift towards IaaS, PaaS gives operators and programmers more control over their system while still streamlining the process of deployment and development. The Benefits of Platform-as-a-Service Rapid development. When… Read more »

Microsoft Is Bringing SQL Server To Linux

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Microsoft recently announced that it will be launching SQL Server for Linux mid-2017, with a private preview already active. Many within the tech industry are excited to finally be able to explore Microsoft’s technology within a Linux environment; this will lead for more options for businesses and ultimately more versatile server environments. Microsoft’s SQL Server technology has… Read more »

What Can We Expect From Google Glass 2.0?

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Rumors of the death of Google Glass may have been greatly exaggerated. Documents posted on the website of the Federal Communications Commission reveal a newly redesigned Google Glass 2.0 that appears to address many of the issues with the original product. A modern, sleek and sporty design now houses newly upgraded electronics, but it remains… Read more »

Why Does Tech Have Such High Turnover?

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The IT industry has always been notorious for high turnover rates. Many of the largest tech companies (in particular, Amazon and Google) have been shown to top the lists of employee churn. With the tech industry being as profitable as it is, this begs the question: why are employees so eager to move on?  It… Read more »

Could Mobile Apps Replace Websites?

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Mobile apps are quickly gaining on mobile websites in the area of e-commerce sales. Today, 40% of all e-commerce sales are performed through a mobile app rather than through a website. And it isn’t just e-commerce that is experiencing this transition. Mobile apps are set to outpace mobile websites in every area, and consumers are increasingly… Read more »

Obama Plans To Bring Internet To The Low Income Areas

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Despite the ubiquity of the Internet in the modern world, there are still many American households that remain unconnected. Those who live in poverty may not be able to access simple resources, such as online job search and (even more critically) school materials. This has contributed to what is now known as the “homework gap,”… Read more »