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Archive for September, 2012

New Apple iPhone 5 Features – Ingenius or Overrated?

The latest edition to the iPhone family was born and is expected to be the best iPhone to date. Over five million people ran out to buy the new iPhone 5 when it was released this month, breaking previous record numbers. But is the iPhone 5 better than all the rest? Let’s take a closer look into the upgrades the iPhone 5 is comprised of and see what consumers are reporting about the new features.

#NASHTAG: For Nashville’s Tech Geeks & Business Leaders

Social Media Strategist Dave Delaney Featured In Issue #1 as Atiba and Cabedge Partner To Launch Collaborative Online Publication

On Saturday, 9/15/12, Cabedge Design, LLC, a Web-centric design and alignment marketing firm and an Atiba Company, launched a new digital publication called #Nashtag (http://nashtag.me). Nashville creative, entrepreneurial and technology leaders can find common ground within the pages of #Nashtag as it focuses on engaging the Middle Tennessee business community in a monthly online magazine format. #Nashtag issues will be published on either the 6th or 15th of every month in honor of the 615 area code.

Mobile Security Strategy

Smart phones and tablets are transforming the way we live by storm. It has provided a new way to network and manage data. However, can mobile phones be just as vulnerable as our laptops in getting viruses or hacked?  The potential of a stranger getting access has greatly increased over the years. It is estimated that 70 percent of enterprise data is stored on a mobile device and when employees connect to less secured whiffs and use social media, it is likely for secure data to be attacked by hackers.

When Mobile Patents Attack

When patents attack it isn’t pretty. Business owners lose money fighting lawsuits and technology creativity gets stifled. Recently, Apple lost in a patent lawsuit to Samsung in Japan. A judge rules Samsung didn’t infringe on Apple’s invention. A few weeks ago, a judge ruled Samsung did infringe on Apple in California. Apple is even asking the court in California to ban eight Samsung phones from going into the market. Is this a sign of protecting their rights or taking out their competitors?

Wired vs. Wireless: Speed or Security?

Let me start by saying I’m not here to argue for one over the other, but to simply give a side-by-side comparison of the two. Wired vs. wireless internet connections are something we all need to be a bit more aware of in terms of future technology. Until we realize the capabilities and limitations of what we currently have then we’ll never be making strides to better them.