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What IT Experts Should Know About The Cloud

What IT Experts Should Know About The Cloud

The cloud market has matured, and many IT professionals have moved well beyond the fundamentals of cloud computing. They are exploring advanced topics and taking a deeper dive into the art and science of cloud computing, covering details of migration, financial outcomes and barriers to further adoption.

How To Keep Your Kids Safe On A Smartphone

How To Keep Your Kids Safe On A Smartphone

These days technology has become an integral part of our lives. We use it all the time and it is impossible to forbid our children to use it. Find out how to keep them safe while they are on the smartphones in this great infographic.

How To Get More Out Of Google

How To Get More Out Of Google

There is a lot more to efficient Googling than you might think: in a recent study on student research skills, 3 out of 4 students couldn’t perform a “well-executed search” on Google. When the success of your term paper hangs in the balance, using Google effectively is crucial, but most students surprisingly just don’t know how.

Salesforce World Tour Amsterdam 2015

Salesforce World Tour Amsterdam 2015

Whether you’re a company of five or a Fortune 500, you’re going to learn a lot of innovative ways to improve your business. With over 2,500 visitors and live solutions from the world’s largest cloud ecosystem, The Salesforce World Tour has tailored content specific to your business size and type, for any role in your company.

The Surprising Things You Don’t Know About Big Data

The Surprising Things You Don’t Know About Big Data

Adeptia has put together a really cool infographic on big data that covers data sizes, data a big companies, the past present and future of big data and how big data affects our daily lives. Check it out! - See more at: http://visual.ly/surprising-things-you-dont-know-about-big-data#sthash.Ydaj2Z9K.dpuf

Top 10 Job Titles That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago

Top 10 Job Titles That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago

The workplace is constantly changing and how we define what we do is no exception. Since we just welcomed the new 2014, we thought it’d be fun to see how much our work has changed in the past few years.