The Shape Of Email

Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in Featured, Technology | 0 comments

The Shape Of Email

Email is everything to us. Our research shows that it means a lot to IT managers and end users, too. It helps them to share, collaborate and search for information. But it also burns time, causes problems and costs money. The shape of email is a starting point in helping us understand the quality of information residing in the inboxes of email users across the world. Through the research we can see indications of what influences the value of an inbox, the impact of email behavior on end user productivity and how new channels, such as social media, are impacting the way we use email. It’s...

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Kid Tech According to Apple

Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Featured, Technology | 0 comments

Kid Tech According to Apple

Kid Tech According to Apple [Infographic] Today’s children were born and raised in a world of digital convenience, so it’s no surprise that mobile is so popular on the playground. Apple has long realized the potential of the pre-teen set and has targeted them with iPads, learning apps, smart devices, and other mobile tech to meet their educational and developmental needs. To demonstrate how digital and mobile technology are gaining momentum with children, MDG Advertising developed this informative infographic. It shows how Apple is infiltrating the lives of our children from the cradle to...

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History of Competitive Intelligence

Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Technology | 0 comments

History of Competitive Intelligence

One of the earliest recorded examples of competitive intelligence is of two monks who smuggled silkworms out of China in their bamboo staffs, and delivered them to the Emperor Justinian. Since then, international competitive intelligence has long targeted countries with the leading technology of the day – China’s knowledge of silk making, England’s expertise with textile manufacturing, US technology. Since the 1980s, competitive intelligence has gradually developed to become a part of mainstream business. This infographic outlines a history of competitor analysis. Click to...

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How Computer Networks Work

Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Technology | 0 comments

How Computer Networks Work

This shows how we get on the internet every day and illustrates all the steps between a computer and the internet. The process really is complicated and has quite a few steps. Using technology every day, we often forget how complex the things we use are. TrainACE IA...

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Capabilities Of Modern Telemedicine

Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Technology | 0 comments

Capabilities Of Modern Telemedicine

A new high-performance broadcasting appliance developed by Epiphan Systems (Video Capture Hardware)enables you to capture video from either DVI, DVI-Dual link or HDMI outputs without any loss in picture quality along with stereo/mono audio. Use it to Record Lectures record and broadcast video from medical, industrial and scientific equipment as well as cameras and radar displays. All you have to do is connect a source where the data should be captured from and perform the required settings using the Web admin interface. DVI Broadcaster DL accurately records the captured content to a USB...

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Modern Day Printing In The Home & Business

Posted by on Sep 18, 2012 in Featured, Technology | 0 comments

Modern Day Printing In The Home & Business

The Modern Printing in the Home and For Business infographic looks at the development of printing from its earliest invention to 3D printing today.  It also looks at and explores the use of the most common printers in the home and business today, laser printers and inkjet printers.  This also includes how inkjet printers work, how laser printers work and how toner cartridges print on a page. The infographic also takes a look at the topical issue of genuine ink cartridges vs compatible ink cartridges and remanufactured ink cartridges.  Finally we look at the issue of global warming and the...

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