In Defense of the Desktop Computer Desktop Computers just make for a more comfortable environment. In recent years, I've seen a number of articles decrying the end of the Desktop Computer. They are a relic of a bygone age, and all users should have now is a laptop and maybe, maybe a dock so they
Microsoft Excel has been a staple of the business world for over 30 years, but with new technology available, is it always the right solution to reach for?
While lawmakers and big data companies debate the nuances of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, it's important to understand how Facebook collects your data, and how to protect yourself to keep it from happening again.
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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.
Whether you're adding a server to a system or protecting against crashes, this guest blog from Toptal about hashing can help keep your data organized.
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.
Implementing these 3 workplace hacks will make your office a more productive environment for your employees in the new year.