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Day: October 5, 2017

  • October 5, 2017

    The World Is On Your Palm Now, Go Mobile

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  • October 5, 2017

    Top In-Demand Skills For Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing is certainly one of the factors that have been running the business organizations for the past few years. With new and advanced technology being available, there has been a great impact on it on the IT industry. Several sectors such as data analysis, business management, and information security have been deeply affected. Cloud computing is certainly one of the top choices for business organizations and several other companies. This has led to an imminent need for professional with knowledge in Certified Ethical Hacking V9 Training Course, who will assist in the fields of cloud computing with their enhanced skills and knowledge. Why Do We Need Cloud Computing? There are many different organizations that are shifting into Cloud, and it has increased the demand for professionals in the job market. These professionals have both the traditional information about data networks and the modern approach to the planning and implementation of cloud solutions. The aim to get the best results in business is the reason why the shift towards cloud took place. There is a wide future for cloud developers, security specialists and data scientists in this particular field. Skills Required For A Fulfilling Cloud Computing Career Learning cloud computing is not everybody’s cup of tea. It demands apt dedication and awareness of the different techniques used in the process of cloud computing. To be able to make a successful career out of cloud computing, one must have certain skills that distinguish them from other candidates. The skills required are: Financial And Business Skills: One of the most in-demand skills in cloud computing is the skill to make business strategies for the cloud deployment. Cloud computing candidates have a huge responsibility of approving and disapproving projects that do not meet the requirements. So to be able to do that efficiently...
  • Netflix has raised the rates on two of their subscription plans, with the new rates going into effect for November. The Standard two-screens streaming plan will now cost $10.99 a month (up from $9.99), while the Premium 4-screen plan (plus Ultra HD) will now cost $13.99 (up from $11.99). The bargain-basement $7.99/month plan that only allows streaming in standard def on one screen will seemingly be unaffected by these changes. These new rates will affect U.S. subscribers only. That top rate of $13.99 is creeping ever closer to (though at the moment still cheaper than) the current $15 rate for HBO Now. Decider With all the money Netflix is spending on original content I am surprised this did not happen sooner.
  • You’re standing in line at a coffee shop. Your right thumb is stre-t-ch-ing to drag out words on your phone’s keyboard while you squint to read the text on the web form you’re filling out. It’s amazing what’s possible today—but don’t you wish your phone could magically send that task to your Windows 10 PC where you could luxuriate in a big screen and hardware keyboard? With the new preview apps we’re launching for iOS and Android – you can. Introducing Microsoft Edge for iOS/Android and Microsoft Launcher for Android, two apps designed to make it easy to move what you’re working on between your phone and PC. We are excited to continue the work we announced at Build to make Windows 10 PCs work great with your phone. Microsoft Edge for iOS is available starting today in preview, with Microsoft Edge for Android available soon in preview. And, Microsoft Launcher is available starting today in preview as well. Continue on PC functionality in both apps comes with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Microsoft I can’t see this getting any traction for Microsoft but at least they are trying to be in the mobile browser market.
  • October 5, 2017

    Alexa, meet Sonos

    What’s the easiest way to fill your home with music? Just ask Alexa. We’re partnering with Amazon to bring the Alexa voice assistant to Sonos speakers in homes around the world. Connect Alexa to any Sonos speaker. Starting today in open beta in the US, UK and Germany, you can wirelessly connect your speakers to an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot and control the music around your home—simply by speaking. This update works with all existing Sonos speakers, so it doesn’t matter whether you bought a PLAY:1 two years ago or a PLAYBASE two weeks ago. Sonos Alexa is going to be on every speaker in the near future besides Apple and Google.