• Electronic Bidding in the Construction Industry

    More and more industries are shifting toward paperless operation, digitizing files and forms and moving data from filing cabinets to hard drives and cloud-based storage solutions. Yet while this trend continues to move forward throughout many industries, the construction bidding process seems woefully left behind. We all know that the bidding process is no simple […]

  • Beware of Fake Charities

    In the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, there has been a steep increase in foundations and charitable organizations contributing to the relief efforts. Unfortunately, this has also created an opportunity for scam artists and thieves to set up fake charities, luring would-be donators into giving away their money with no intention of […]

  • What the iPhone 5 Could Mean for the Construction Industry

    The release of Apple’s latest iPhone has people buzzing across industries of all types. Because of the impact that these ubiquitous devices have had in the past, representatives from a range of sectors are clamoring to know how this new release is going to benefit their particular industries. In the construction world, as mobile technology […]

  • Cloud-Based Computing Continues to Expand in Construction

    As more and more software shifts toward online storage, web-based applications, and generally “cloud-based” services, the construction industry is no exception. In fact, industries that take place largely in the field stand to gain the most from this move to the cloud. Much like mobile devices, cloud-based computing allows for access to important information on […]

  • SignNow Lets You Sign Documents From Your Computer or Smartphone

    As the inevitable shift to digital filing and paperless offices continues to become more and more apparent, documents that require physical signature are becoming a bit of a headache. You have to print, sign, scan, and return – and some offices (let alone home offices) don’t even have printers or scanners anymore. When documents are […]

  • The “ISP Snooping Bill”

    Read time (bolded): 4 minutes Read time (comprhensive): 6 minutes   There seems to be a veritable chasm between the two sides of the “ISP Snooping Bill,” and rightfully so. It is a tense issue, to say the least. The bill, dubiously called the “Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011,” has been making […]

  • 30 Years of MS-DOS: A Retrospective

    Read time (bolded): 3 minutes Read time (comprehensive): 5 minutes   Strip away the 3D rendering and the translucent menus. Forget about drop down menus, scroll bars, and handy application icons. Abandon your mouse. Get rid of all the flash of the OS interface as we know it, and look back three decades to that […]

  • The Smartphone Revolution

    Read time (bolded): 5 minutes Read time (comprehensive): 3 minutes    There is no question that we are in the midst of a mobile Internet explosion. Smartphones, namely Android and iPhone products, are flying off the shelves in record numbers (not to mention tablets/iPads).  The advent of 4G networks, incorporated Flash software, and the ever-increasing […]

  • Battle of The Servers: Cloud vs. Dedicated

    Read time (bolded): 6 Minutes Read time (comprehensive): 8 minutes   As the Internet expands and new technologies develop (as they always do), there must be a debate over new versus old; whether a new technology is too unreliable, or an old technology is too archaic. Presently, that very argument is taking place regarding hosting technology. […]

  • The Internet Regulation Debate

    Read time (bolded): 4 minutes Read time (comprehensive): 7 minutes   The conversation has been going on for years, but in the past several months, a particularly hot topic has come back into the public discussion. That topic, subject of much debate around the world, is Internet regulation. The issue is on the tongues of […]

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