The Logic of Laptops If you’ve read my colleague’s “In Defense of Desktops,” John goes to great lengths to point out the advantages of provisioning your employees with good, old-fashioned towers. And while I agree that laptops aren’t right for every person’s needs, I respectfully disagree with his determination that the desktop should be king.
The iPhone X is Apple's first redesign in many years. What makes it so special, and just how far have mobile phones come in the last ten years?
In the 80s, Ethernet connections streamlined internet connectivity. In Let's Talk Tech, we look at why they remain the fastest, securest connection around.
Boston TechJam is a huge networking event and running a booth there may seem intimidating. We've put together a few tips based on our experience this year.
26 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web as we know it today. This week, he won the ACM Turing Award. Finally.
DCD’s video based blog, Let’s Talk Tech, is back. In "How the Internet Works," we're diving deep into the nature of the Internet itself: the IPv4 Packet.
We're back with part 2 of our guide to helping your blog stand out from the crowd. This time, there are zombies.
We're avid bloggers here at Deep Core Data. This week, we're bringing you part one of our guide on how to make your blog stand out from the crowd.
In the age of Information, all businesses need a website to reach their target audience, but without a strong website design, what is there to develop?
Last week, Google announced its fifth attempt to take the social media world by storm. Can Spaces succeed where others have failed?