When a big upgrade to Windows, iOS, or MacOS comes about, how soon should you pull the trigger on a software update? Generally, you might want to let your IT department make that decision. Here’s why. How aggressive should you be at ensuring that your software gets updated at a regular clip? Perhaps the best
Social media has completely changed the way humans interact. Our lives have become increasingly public as we all share a variety of personal information online on various social networks. 2019 has seen worldwide social media user numbers grow to almost 3.5 billion, with 288 million new users in the past 12 months, pushing the global social
In the software industry, the product development cycle is broken. It’s costly. It’s laborious. And too often, product teams fail to meet their customers’ needs. And this is especially true in the business-to-business market. More than one in three “enterprise projects” — those solutions created for entire organizations, rather than individuals — come in over budget.
I procrastinated writing this article. Not because I am a procrastinator (although, a good deadline never hurts my output), but because I wasn’t sure of what I was going to say. Why? Because sometimes, I still struggle with what I’m about to talk through. Sometimes I struggle with balancing my personal social media use with
Law enforcement is taking notice, and sometimes making connections of their own “A lot of our information comes from social media. Whether it be Facebook, Snapchat, or any other apps that are out there. So, basically when something is posted, the first thing we do is get a call that says have you seen this
The company is planning to roll out new features with the iOS 13 and iPadOS so that users can browse the desktop versions of websites and easily download files in Safari. Apple’s very own Safari browser is going to introduce new features to the iPhone and iPad version which will enable them to work the