In 1994, a marketer named Ken McCarthy devised the term “clickthrough.” It refers to the measure of ad performance on the Internet.
The “Internet of Things” (IoT) refers to a world in which objects (or even people and animals) possess unique identifiers and have the capability to transfer data over a network without the need for human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. As technology improves IoT is becoming a fixture in the IT landscape.
Dropbox updates business offering with new security features.
If you're thinking cloud storage is an unnecessary security risk, Dropbox is out to prove you wrong.
Yesterday the company made a number of announcements around its entire ecosystem that includes a new photo and video sharing service called Carousel and an Android (and Mac) version of its popular inbox replacement app Mailbox.
Like many Canadians, you have probably used your smartphone to shop. While the ability to do so is now taken for granted, mobile devices are changing the way consumers interact with brands and with each other.
Bored on long flights? If you’re travelling Air Canada, you’ll soon be able to access Wi-Fi.
It sounds like the stuff of a thriller: a black market exists in which people can purchase the services of hackers to carry out devastating attacks against organizations and individuals. However, this underground network is all too real.