Blockchain technology might still be a reasonably "new" concept, but it's potential applications in the world of business are potentially astronomical. Already, some of the biggest tech players across the globe, like IBM, Microsoft, and Google, are betting on the Blockchain. In fact - some are even using the public cloud to offer blockchain as a service.
During the annual Dreamforce event, where Salesforce meets with partners to share the latest and greatest developments behind its platform, Google and Salesforce announced a partnership predicted to transform the cloud race.
How much do you know about your business and your customers? Today, the more information you have, the more likely it is that you can create a sales experience for your customers that cultivates loyalty, inspires action, and delivers profits. Unfortunately, as the amount of information generated by businesses continues to reach astronomical levels, it simply isn't possible for companies to manually gather and analyze their data.
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A growing number of CIOs know, containers can make life a lot easier when it comes to managing, packaging, and shipping code. Since containers provide the operating system, or OS required to run an application, they can save you a great deal of time and money compared to the costs associated with running virtual machines and servers.
Bringing new technology into a school can come with a high price tag. With restricted budgets, this can be an obstacle to providing new learning tools to students. Rather than letting money be a roadblock, use the updated guide below to find out how you can secure funding for Chromebooks and the costs that come with them.
Chromebooks are increasingly becoming popular in education and business. They are manufactured and sold based on the idea that users will rely on cloud storage and G Suite apps. This web-centric approach makes Chromebooks affordable, lightweight and easy to operate.
Whoops! You abandoned your phone on the way to the office when it fell out of your pocket on a crowded subway. Oh no! You dropped your device in the bathtub while trying to catch up on emails in your free time. Do either of these stories sound familiar?
Chrome devices for business are consistent, stable, secure, cost-effective and fast. They are powered by the Chrome operating system, which is well-known for its simplicity. Businesses can manage enrolled devices remotely after purchasing a device management license.