What’s the problem with legacy software?

What’s the problem with legacy software?

Technology advances at a breakneck pace and businesses have never had so many options when it comes to software. There’s an enterprise app for accounting, marketing, business intelligence, and more. But despite the plethora of fast, feature-rich apps on the market, there are still people who use horribly outdated “legacy” software like Windows XP and Microsoft Office 97.

One reason for this is that people believe they have all the features they need and don’t want to spend more money on a modern application.

Siri, Google, Cortana: Which is the best digital assistant?

Siri, Google, Cortana: Which is the best digital assistant?

We have come a long way since Clippy, the annoying animated paperclip who helped us navigate Microsoft Office. Thanks to advancements in AI and voice recognition technology, we now have state-of-the-art digital assistants in the palm of our hands.

Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri can do almost anything you ask, from giving you driving directions to drunk-dialing your ex (thankfully never at the same time). But only one deserves to be called the best digital assistant, so we put them to the test.

IT mistakes that turn problems into crises

IT mistakes that turn problems into crises

Technology drives just about everything we do, so when it suddenly stops working, all hell breaks loose. Technicians make fast, impulsive decisions to get things back up and running as quickly as possible. And while quick reactions are good in certain types of emergencies -- like when you realize you haven’t bought the boss a gift for his birthday the next day -- it rarely helps in IT emergencies.

Knightscope: The Future Of Security

Knightscope: The Future Of Security

Knightscope is a line of security robots that aims to transform the industry by making security robotic, emotionless, and calculated.

Luckily, Knightscope has no plans to release their "Robocop" line of products, but for now, they're giving the world the ability to invest in the future of security.

SpaceX Lands A Reused Rocket

SpaceX Lands A Reused Rocket

The rocket, which launched on June 23rd, went 21+ miles into the atmosphere, then landed on a tiny barge in the ocean, surpassing expectations.

It's amazing how humanity has achieved such amazing levels of sophistication in so little time. Humans are such dynamic creatures - here's to the future of mankind.