One of the biggest and most influential components in the marketing industry today is visual content. From Pinterest to Instagram to Snapchat, images have taken over copy in a big way. You may ask what they have over text, and the answer is emotion and speed. Communication doesn’t get any more…
Are BlackBerry Apps Making a Comeback?
May 12, 2016 by Peter Tynan
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Contrary to the company’s claims, the number of BlackBerry…
Email is important. Your inbox is the one place where everything from receipts and newsletters to correspondence from colleagues and best friends comes together. Your email address itself regularly serves as your digital passport, too—it’s how you login to most apps and sites. It might not be the most important part of your day, but email has a way of making everything feel like a priority.
Link: The 16 Best Email Apps to Manage Your Inbox
Microsoft (MSFT) kicked off its annual Build developers conference in Seattle on Wednesday with a showcase seemingly designed to prove the company has what it takes to fight back against Amazon’s (AMZN) own cloud business.To do that, the Windows maker is bringing all of its capabilities to bear…
Link: Microsoft declares war on Amazon’s cloud services
Managing containerized applications at scale is a new kind of challenge, especially if you’re planning on automating as much of the operations as possible. There is a fundamental disconnect between containers and the underlying infrastructure of our datacenters, one that makes it difficult to map…
The public cloud services market in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region excluding Japan is expected to exceed $10bn in 2017, according to technology research firm IDC. Much of this growth will be driven by infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), for which spending will surpass that of software-as-a-service (SaaS) in 2017.
Israeli cyber security company Nyotron announced that it has closed a new $21 million financing round led by DGB Investments, with the participation of previous investors including Mitvah Shamir, Gil Agmon and Shmuel Harlap, the largest private investor in Mobileye. The financing, which was significantly oversubscribed, positions the company to increase worldwide sales and marketing activities and to expand its current offerings of innovative endpoint cyber security solutions.