Archive for July, 2017

304: Liquid Web, The Web Hosting and Cloud Services Provider With a Human Touch

Liquid Web pride themselves on being a premier web hosting and cloud services provider with a human touch. The company does this

303: Axius – Getting Started With Smart Home Management, IoT Devices and Security

The success of Amazon Echo and Google Home is partly responsible for the rise in IoT devices. Home owners are now making

302: The Owler 2017 CEO Likeability Study Reveals The Most Liked CEOs

Owler’s 2017 CEO Likeability study recently captured my imagination. Hyatt CEO Mark Hoplamazian won’t be pleased to hear people like Marriott CEO Arne

301: SugarCRM When Customer Relationship Management Becomes Relationship Intelligence

SugarCRM Inc., the company that enables businesses to create extraordinary customer relationships with the most empowering, adaptable and affordable CRM solution on

300: Happy Anniversary To The Tech Blog Writer Podcast, 2 Years and 300 Episodes

After two years podcasting and 300 episodes, I invited listeners of the show to leave virtual voicemails of what they like about

299: Scollar, The Smart Pet Collar For Cats and Dogs

I currently have a 4-Month-old rough collie puppy that has been keeping me awake at night and also seems to be getting bigger on

298: How Nexmo Is Disrupting Consumer Experience by Enabling Brands to Engage Consumers Through Chat Applications

I recently discovered that a company called Nexmo were disrupting consumer experience by enabling brands to engage consumers through chat applications. Their

#297 How Folloze Is Disrupting The Sales Industry With Microsoft Azure

With the fragmented nature of marketing/sales efforts making it seemingly impossible for companies to keep pace with expectations, I have been searching

296: How NinthDecimal Are Using Location Data To Connect People Rather Than Places

However, I am noticing that businesses are increasingly finding location data valuable. For example, there are many similar wifi tracking solutions out

295: Enterprise Mobility & How The How the iPhone Changed The Enterprise Mobile Space

At MOBI, they centralize, comprehend, and control mobility programs by integrating with wireless carriers, EMMs, corporate IT systems, etc. Although the company

294: TechSmith CEO Talks About Snagit, Camtasia, Coach’s Eye & the Importance of Visual Communication Software

Founded in 1987, TechSmith Corporation prides itself in providing practical business and academic software products that can dramatically change how people communicate

293: Southbox – A Startup Studio, Incubator, & Venture Fund Supporting Entrepreneurs With Capital & Talent

On an unlikely street in Philly, Southbox is building a haven for business startups. Part fund, part studio, it aims to go

292: Pep Carrera From VitalSource Talks About Open Educational Resources (OER) and E-Learning

VitalSource helps over 1,000 educational content providers create and deliver seamless interactive learning experiences through its exclusive Bookshelf platform to millions of learners at

291: Startup Story – How Updater Is Removing The Hassle From Moving Home

David Greenberg is a former successful corporate lawyer turned tech entrepreneur with a great story to tell. After his last move, he knew

290: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Side Of Technology at Universal Studios & Walt Disney World Orlando

I recently enjoyed a father and son adventure to Florida to soak up the best the parks and rides Orlando has to

289: The 121With Video Platform – Know-how When You Need It – Professional Advice 24/7

121with is a Know-how exchange where users can discover and learn from experts, advisors, and professionals in real-time face to face video

288: How ZeroFox Is Winning Fight Against Social Media Cybercrime on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

While we have been busy concentrating on viruses, malware, firewalls, phishing attempts, and ransomware, how many of you reading this have ever

287: How Muru Music Combines Deep Learning and AI To Create The World’s first A.I. DJ Brain

Anyone that has seen the 2000 film High Fidelity, or read the Nick Hornby book will have fond memories of John Cusack’s