RIVERSIDE, Mo., April 25, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Blue Tree Technology, a full-service managed IT provider located in Riverside, Missouri, is acquiring Kansas City-based IT services company KC Computer Support. The acquisition will be complete on April 1 and will not impact support for Blue Tree Technology or KC Computer Support’s current clients.
"Of course, the battle and balance between old power and new power; the transformation of a world that worked like Tetris to one that functions more like Minecraft, has implications much bigger than gaming.
The rise of new power is shifting people’s norms and beliefs about how the world should work and where they should fit in. Indeed, what is emerging — most visibly among people under thirty (now more than half the world’s population) — is a new expectation: an inalienable right to participate."
"Luckily, the company culture is to attack the problem, not the person. Everyone understood that if one person can bring down the site, there must be a lot of other issues involved. So instead of placing the blame on me, our engineering organization made some changes to prevent that from ever happening again."
- Katie Shannon, What I learned by bringing down LinkedIn.com, VentureBeat, October 13, 2018.
"An agency that has no power to regulate has no power to preempt the states, according to case law. When the FCC repealed the 2015 Open Internet Order, it said it had no power to regulate broadband internet access providers. That means the FCC cannot prevent the states from adopting net neutrality protections because the FCC’s repeal order removed its authority to adopt such protections."
- Barbara van Schewick, Stanford Law professor, Quoted by Karl Bode , Why feds can’t block California’s net neutrality bill, The Verge, Oct 2, 2018.
CHICAGO, IL, May 30, 2018 - The International Association of Women (IAW) honors Yolanda Rocio as a 2018-2019 Influencer of the Year. She is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in business. The International Association of Women (IAW) is a global in-person and online networking platform with nearly one million members, 1000+ in person and virtual events, over 100 Local US based Chapters and International Chapters in several cities in China.
A week, a month, a year plus? The question of how long it takes to rank top of Google is one that we’re asked almost daily. Unfortunately, it is a difficult question to answer as there are just so many variables to consider: existing domain authority, competition, on-site ranking factors, off-site ranking factors, etc. The graphic below may help you answer your questions.
This Infographic is courtesy of the The Website Group.
"The most important asset in your life isn’t time, but attention. The quality of the experiences in your life doesn’t depend on how many hours there are in the day, but in how the hours you have are used."
- Zat Rana, Technology is destroying the most important asset in your life, NextGov.com, October 3, 2017.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – August 29, 2017 – DeviceBits, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) software company that offers predictive, self-learning platforms that help companies adopt self-service customer support materials, announced today it has been accepted as one of the four later-stage start-ups into the UpRamps Fiterator® program. Fiterator is a graduate program for later-stage startups who already have a product, and are now looking for market opportunities in the global cable/broadband industry.
"The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake-up call. They need to take a different approach and adhere in cyberspace to the same rules applied to weapons in the physical world. We need governments to consider the damage to civilians that comes from hoarding these vulnerabilities and the use of these exploits."
- Brad Smith, Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer, The need for urgent collective action to keep people safe online: Lessons from last week’s cyberattack, The Official Microsoft Blog, May 14, 2017.
"It’s 2017. The desktop computer market is a little boring. Apple needs to find the courage to let its desktops be a little boring. It would serve the company’s pro users better, and the non-pro users are unlikely to care."
- Andrew Cunningham, Modern “Hackintoshes” show that Apple should probably just build a Mac tower, Ars Technica, May 1, 2017.