When asked, 94 percent of Americans said that distracted driving is a major threat to safety for everyone on the road. And, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), roughly 10 percent of drivers are talking on a cellphone during any given daylight moment. [Read more…] about Technology and Apps That Help Avoid Distracted Driving
As you contemplate your plan for the coming year here’s some motivational reading in the form of several Top free e-books to support your 2018 resolution to kick some butt! Go get em… [Read more…] about Free, motivational reading for the small business owner
Marketing is taking on a leading role in the digital transformation. Traditional campaign management has become worn out and is giving way to dynamic real-time communication. The Internet of Things opens up a number of new communication channels, contexts and data sources. Mobile marketing no longer only consists of mobile optimised measures but now also incorporates the context of use and location-based services.
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We’d like to share a few data and big data reading resources of interest to the group. Hopefully you find something useful here. If you have a favorite resource please do consider sharing it in the comments… enjoy!
We wanted to share some useful weekend reading tips. The following are just a few of the fine, free educational resources of interest to developers, technologists, data scientists and other link minded professionals. Enjoy…
Are you running Windows 10 yet? According to Microsoft Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use, with lots of similarities to Windows 7 including the Start menu. It starts up and resumes fast, has more built-in security to help keep you safe, and is designed to work with software and hardware you already have. So if you happen to be planning an upgrade, here’s a tip for a resource that could help you a little.
Celltick, a global leader in home screen marketing have shared a wealth of behavioral data for their latest report entitled, “Global trends in Android use 2015.” Among the key findings: the vast majority of smartphones in Asia (71 percent) and the Middle East and Africa continue to be configured with English. Facebook might be ubiquitous, but Facebook Messenger is only popular on low-end phones; amongst the higher-end handsets, Skype is the most common application installed.
“Introduction to Windows 10 Security (a $24.95 value) FREE for a limited time” An 87 page, fully updated guide to understanding security in Windows 10.
Some interesting research looks at the state of the PC market… findings from IDC show a year-on-year decline of -11.8%
Here’s a handy dataviz resource – Marketer’s Guide to Infographics — There is a reason why Instagram and Pinterest are two of the fastest growing social networks — visuals still work. Infographics make points visually while also being portable and easily share