Kirill Bensonoff is cofounder of ComputerSupport.com and several other companies and brings with him more than ten years of experience as a techie, entrepreneur, and business executive. When not playing with new technologies or starting companies, Kirill can be found at the local mixed martial arts gym. Kirill writes extensively for the company blog and can be found lurking on LinkedIn and Google+.
Being able to directly connect to the cloud for software solutions allows professionals in every department to take information systems out of the equation in many technology decisions. But these "shadow IT" projects can leave them open to security breaches, especially on mobile devices. Read on.
Several software vendors have come forward with solutions for the growing desktop as a service (DaaS) trend. The Dell Wyse Cloud Connect could change the game by making personal desktops in the cloud available—and affordable—for the average consumer. Does the future of tech mean no more hard drives?
Technology is a driving force in how people work. Cloud services are powering more of today's business technology than ever before, with companies relying on them for software and network storage needs. In coming years, organizations will rely even more on the cloud. What could this mean for you?
“The Internet of Things” has been an underlying theme at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, as everything from cloud-connected thermostats to Crock-Pots has been put on display. Many businesses are wondering what impact this will have on the mass consumer retail world as we know it today.
Charges are reportedly going to be dropped in the case against a Georgia man accused of stealing four cents’ worth of electricity from a school parking lot. But the incident has set off a national discussion as electric car users realize there are very few laws that govern charging their vehicles.
If you find yourself tossing and turning late into the night, the culprit could be the smartphone or tablet charging on the nightstand beside you. Studies have shown that the blue wavelengths emitted by electronic devices may interfere with the brain’s natural rhythms.