A tour of Acer, quite nice to see the headquarters of one the biggest low to mid end systems available to the masses. Their strategies became apparent as they began explaining their plans for the western market, namely the US. They began with their focus on software and cloud based system integration, named “BYOC” short for Bring your own cloud (if that isn’t western I don’t know what is!). A process of integrating tablets, computers, and countless other ACER systems to the cloud process. (Obvious attempt at gaining market share in the service business, which will be apparent later in this article.)
Cloud computing is transforming how organizations operate in the digital age as physical servers and traditional methods are increasingly being replaced by always-on Internet applications and storage. Leveraging the public cloud can be hugely beneficial as it cuts capital expenditure significantly and offers increased flexibility and scalability; however, you need to take a closer look at security, compliance and IT management continuity to decide the best course of action for your business. There are four primary cloud deployment models your business could adopt. We will look at the three most popular forms.
D-Link Expands the mydlink Home Ecosystem With Wi-Fi Based Alarm…
Fasten your seatbelts as TechwareLabs takes you on a molten hot ride through the booth babes of CES 2015. Hope your wearing SPF 1 Million for your eyeballs. These are the hottest babes and smoking hot bodies of CES with more curves than a sports car, which there are plenty of in the pictures below. Have fun courtesy of www.TechwareLabs.com.
TechwareLabs had the luck of running into the Chief Innovation Office of LUNA, a company based in Tampa Florida that will bring an eight core cell phone to market in a matter of days from now. This phone has the specs of a thoroughbred with a bargain basement pricetag and it's unlocked. We sat down with James to discuss this new phone at the Washington Dulles airport and bring you an exclusive hands on look at the ROX V8.
5 years ago a good backup solution for your house was to buy an external hard drive and put copies of you data on it. The problem now is that with multiple computers a single external USB drive will be quite the task to move around from system to system. Also if you are using the external as another storage device to free space, you no longer have two copies and the external is your master. You are still highly susceptible to hardware failure. Quickly it becomes apparent that an external hard drive sitting next to your computer is not going to protect you against all inevitabilities, or even most of them.