We track Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as a Tech Titan, of course. They have a market cap of over $544B and deserve the honor of being in this category. From an enterprise IT standpoint, their championing of the Android operating system has earned them a place in the mobility domain, and their Google Apps offering helped show many businesses that the cloud can work for office … [Read more...] about Google: Innovating in AI but can they catch up with cloud leaders?
This is the third post in a three part blog post on the Women in Cybersecurity Conference that took place March 31st through April 2nd in Dallas, Texas. The first keynote for the final day of the Women in Cybersecurity conference was Shelley Westman. Westman had a long road that ultimately led her to where she is today, Vice President of Operations and Strategic Integration … [Read more...] about Women in Cybersecurity: Reducing the Gender Gap Part III
If you’ve ever been worried that the messages you are sending your friends and co-workers via the normal texting applications were not secure enough and you felt unsafe giving out personal information, then Threema might be the application for you to use. What is Threema? Threema is a mobile messaging app that puts security first. With true end-to-end encryption, you can rest … [Read more...] about Threema, the Seriously Secure Messaging Application: Check It Out!
WonderCube is a 1-inch keyring with multiple functions for your iOS or Android smartphone. This product is currently part of a crowdfunding campaign and promises to function as an emergency charger, a storage solution, an LED light, a stand and more. While the WonderCube packs a whole lot of functionality, its primary focus is keeping a user's smartphone charged. It’s flexible … [Read more...] about WonderCube: Phone Storage and Charger all in One
Intel has created a Bay Trail Atom PC that is only 1.6 ounces. It is manufactured by Shenzen Apec Electronics and can be purchased on AliExpress for just under $125 (with shipping). The device does not come with OS, but you are able to load Windows, Linux, Android or other OS systems. It’s similar to Google’s Chromecast, at least in the sense that it’s designed to plug into an … [Read more...] about A Computer in a Thumbdrive