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Glenn Batuyong
Well Rounded: Compound Shapes in CSS | CSS-Tricks - http://css-tricks.com/well-ro...
The following is a guest post by Parker Bennett. Parker is a bit of a regular around here, known for tackling common problems with unique solutions. This time he's back at it creating complex shapes that have image backgrounds, shadows, and curves, yet are flexible. I love to collaborate on design - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Microsoft took a big risk with Windows 8 and it’s backfiring – MacDailyNews - Welcome Home - http://macdailynews.com/2013...
The widespread backlash to Windows 8, combined with Microsoft's decision to... - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Four tablet apps for enterprise social networks - TechRepublic - http://www.techrepublic.com/blog...
Willy Kelly provides a roundup of mobile apps that can extend enterprise social networks to iPads and Android tablets. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Years in the making, Foursquare opens up its ad platform — Tech News and Analysis - http://gigaom.com/2013...
Glenn Batuyong
Hardware Every Young Startup Should Invest In – ReadWrite - http://readwrite.com/2013...
Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council. The early stages of a startup can seem like the exact wrong time to invest in hardware of any kind. But certain technology is worth the upfront cash. (And quite a few of the items on this list can probably come right out of - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Private vs. public cloud: Why the supposed debate is really no debate at all - TechRepublic - http://www.techrepublic.com/blog...
Hybrid cloud solutions are popular for organizations who want cloud benefits but want to retain some control. Here's one perspective that argues that the public cloud is the way to go. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
FSA: Managing Complex Communications | Reach The Public - http://www.govdelivery.com/blog...
By Ryan Kopperud, Content Editor It’s no secret that government organizations are large, complex, and ever-changing institutions. But what can be a secret is how those huge organizations responsible for communicating with hundreds of thousands of people, do so in a unified and effective way. With a w - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
What Are the Best Tech Support One-Liners Your Parents Have Asked You? - http://gizmodo.com/what-ar...
I'm at my parents' house for the weekend. Loosely translated, I'm doing some minor tech support for the next few days. My mother just implored: Siri now hates me. Can you help me? Sure, mom. Read more... - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
2014 enterprise trends: BYOD pain, HTML5 apps, hybrid cloud, SDx | ZDNet - http://www.zdnet.com/2014-en...
If you thought the hybrid cloud was hyped already you just wait. And software-defined everything will be spouted from a vendor near you. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Amazon Wins Victory in Quest for Top Secret CIA Cloud | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com - http://www.wired.com/wireden...
Amazon is one step closer to building private cloud services for the Central Intelligence Agency, after a federal judge rejected a call from IBM to re-open bidding on the agency's $600 million contract. On Monday, as reported by Bloomberg and others, U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Thomas Wheeler - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Healthcare system crippled by popularity -- FCW - http://fcw.com/article...
White House officials say they know why the federal healthcare information site suffered so many slowdowns and failures in its first days. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
The Post-PC era will be the best of times for security and the worst of times for security vendors — Tech News and Analysis - http://gigaom.com/2013...
Ahead of our Mobilize event Oct. 16 and 17, we asked experts how 50 billion connected devices and 6 billion people change their industries. In this essay, Bromium's Simon Crosby takes on enterprise device security. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Silk Smoothly Tries To Redefine Content Management – ReadWrite - http://readwrite.com/2013...
Big Data in the enterprise makes the headlines, but we actually spend most of our working lives wading through the little data that floods our inboxes or consumes our web browsing. Over the past few decades we've experimented with content management systems (CMS) to manage the growing flood of infor - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Conical Gradients in CSS | CSS-Tricks - http://css-tricks.com/conical...
The following is a guest post by Shankar Cabus. Shankar made a really rad color wheel on CodePen and showed it to me. I thought it was an image underneath, because gradients like this aren't something CSS can natively do. Or so I thought. Shankar found a way to do it with newfangled tech. When I cr - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Why NoSQL Databases Are Gaining Fans - Software - Information - http://www.informationweek.com/softwar...
MongoDB, DataStax and Couchbase all have recently scored huge venture capital infusions. Here's why NoSQL is the new darling of the big data movement. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
7 Vendors To Watch At Cloud Connect Chicago 2013 -- InformationWeek - http://www.informationweek.com/cloud-c...
Learn the latest in cloud strategies and technologies at Cloud Connect in Chicago. Our preview showcases vendors making news there. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Akamai launching new 'Open' strategy, developer ecosystem | ZDNet - http://www.zdnet.com/akamai-...
The long-term goal is to improve third-party app integration with Akamai's own cloud-based Internet content delivery network. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Animation of How CSS Triangles Work | CSS-Tricks - http://css-tricks.com/animati...
In talks I've given in the past, I've found myself explaining how CSS triangles work with words and ridiculous hand gestures. It never goes particularly well. Y'all got that? So I figured let's give it a shot with an actual on-screen in-code animation. Here we go: See the Pen Animation to Explain - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Government data production grinds to a halt - FierceGovernmentIT - http://www.fiercegovernmentit.com/story...
Americans ranging from researchers to investors are finding the government shutdown is hampering their work as online data sources go offline. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Government APIs Aren't A Backup Plan - Sunlight Foundation Blog - http://sunlightfoundation.com/blog...
When the government shuts down and takes most of its data with it, the public needs to have a backup plan. The laws still apply to us. Politicians are still raising money. We still have a population, unemployment, and social problems. But if you want to look up some of those basic facts, well, Dat - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Introducing CityVoice | Code for America - http://www.codeforamerica.org/2013...
Today the Code for America Fellowship team in South Bend, Ind. is excited to introduce CityVoice, a voice-based application for gathering community feedback about vacant and abandoned properties. Like many American cities, South Bend experienced a decline in population toward … - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Big Data Dashboard Design Lessons | Big Data - http://www.informationweek.com/big-dat...
Graphical data dashboards can be a boon to decision-makers, but only if they're done right. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Government website closures inconsistent - FierceGovernmentIT - http://www.fiercegovernmentit.com/story...
Insufficient funds for the new fiscal year caused the much of the federal government to close on Oct. 1. In addition to somewhere between one-third and half of federal employees being furloughed, many federal websites are also on a hiatus. The response from federal web managers, however, appears inc - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Oracle muscles way into seat atop the benchmark with hefty ZFS filer • The Register - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013...
Cache that pigeon, pursuers of the SPC-2 squadron Oracle has announced new cache-heavy ZFS appliances and has seized the SPC-2 benchmark top spot with one of them.… - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
You Can Now Pre-Order Windows 8.1 | Fast Company | Business + Innovation - http://www.fastcompany.com/3019085...
If you didn't already get Windows 8 Pro at that fantastic $39.99 pricing back in January, well, you're never going to get that deal back, so tough luck. You can, however, pre–order Windows 8.1 on DVD starting now. Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro will set you back $119 and $199 respectively, which i - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Plex to add DIAL multiscreen support, could come to Chromecast soon — Tech News and Analysis - http://gigaom.com/2013...
Looking to play local files with Google's Chromecast streaming stick? Soon, Plex may be able to help you. - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Hackers just POURING through unpatched Internet Explorer zero-day hole • The Register - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013...
Oh, sysadmins. It's so much worse than we feared – report An as-yet-unpatched zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer is being abused much more widely than analysts had previously suspected.… - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
Beware of Amazon’s “legacy” cloud, says HP’s cloud guru — Tech News and Analysis - http://gigaom.com/2013...
You know something is screwy when the HP cloud chief calls out AWS for being old. (Here's the even weirder thing, he might have a point.) - Glenn Batuyong
Glenn Batuyong
10 tricks of the Web writing and marketing trade | Articles | Home - http://www.prdaily.com/Main...
Glenn Batuyong
Dropbox Updates with Automatic Screenshot Saving and iPhoto Importing - http://lifehacker.com/dropbox...
OS X: Dropbox's latest update for Mac now can automatically save screenshots to your Dropbox, making them easier to share. In addition, Dropbox also offers the option now to import your photos from iPhoto to Dropbox, so you'll have your photos always backed up and organized in one place. Read more - Glenn Batuyong
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