A standard high-speed internet connection in the United States is around 10 Mbps, though if you’re lucky, you may have access to an internet provider that offers speeds up to 100 Mbps. While speeds even faster than this have existed for a while, up until recently they were strictly used by government offices and big businesses.
Chances are, your business is your passion. It’s the reason you get out of bed in the morning, and it’s on your mind constantly throughout the day. That level of devotion obviously leads to an overwhelming desire to protect it from any possible threats out there, from the cataclysmic to the minor. Without that protection, your business could easily succumb to the same problems that so many others have faced and fallen to.
We have finally reached a point where games and movies are coming out in 4K resolution, looking better than we ever thought possible. Now, 4K requires several components to work properly, including a powerful CPU, a GPU or two that are ready for the graphics upgrade, the right connections to your gaming rig…and of course…continue reading.
You hear the terms UX and UI used a lot when it comes to software and web design, but they can have pretty vague interpretations. Creating a proper user environment takes a little marketing and technical knowledge to be effective. Here are a few ideas on using UX/UI successfully in your company website.
Nowadays home renovation is about so much more than simply picking out a new set of curtains, or redoing your kitchen floor. The emergence of new technology has put home automation front and center of any homeowner’s future plans. Things such as home security systems have been around for some time now—cameras and alarms used to make suburban homes more secure.
Can you hear it? The kettledrums, and then the brass section that leads into the unmistakable song associated with the Olympics. Can you feel it? The pride of the athletes wearing their country colors, and the excitement as spectators from around the world come together to cheer for their favorite competitors.