Once computers started using the modern 64-bit architecture, users soon realized that running those old 16-bit applications wasn’t going to work. Why can’t 64-bit machines run 16-bit apps? The answer to that question can be confusing, depending who you ask. Show More Summary
Will you be heading to San Diego at the end of the month for Social Media Marketing World? Brian and I will — and we’d love to connect! Brian will be giving a talk on Next Level Blogging: From Content Creator to Audience Architect. I’m...Show More Summary
Red Hat Inc. is re-positioning its former JBoss BRMS (business rule management system) as a more general decision management tool aimed at business leaders looking to automate operational decisions. The re-branded Red Hat Decision Manager...Show More Summary
As cyberattacks in the enterprise have escalated, so has interest in new tools to combat phishing attempts, ransomware ploys and denial-of-service exploits. One innovative approach uses artificial intelligence to perform non-stop, automated threat analysis. Show More Summary
Get the latest tips and trends from incredible speakers at Best of SEJ Summit (BOSS), our new series of webinars. The post Introducing BOSS: The Best of SEJ Summit by @MrDannyGoodwin appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Ever wanted to run Windows software on your Android device? Probably not… but what if you could? What if your Android device could finally act as a Windows desktop replacement, simply by running Windows software? Recently, the Wine project has released an Android-compatible version. Show More Summary
IoT devices in the home are increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals. This can lead to invasions of personal privacy as well as attacks on Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and IoT vendor property and infrastructure. It is likely that this trend will continue with attacks becoming more widespread and sophisticated. The past five years has…
We'll have to wait at least one more day to see Elon Musk's planned "Starlink" global internet service get off the ground aboard a Falcon 9 rocket.
ARM is introducing a new line of chips called Kigen, that will allow for SIM cards in IoT devices. That means connecting online without Wi-Fi, and possibly through 5G.
Take these steps when redesigning your website to mitigate risk and avoid SEO disaster. The post How to Avoid SEO Disaster During a Website Redesign by @coreydmorris appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
We start out with the best of intentions. We’re going to publish more content. Stick to a schedule. And, of course, make sure all of it is high-quality stuff that people actually want to read. The first week or two are good … and then … You fire up your WordPress dashboard. Show More Summary
Thanks to online ratings, it’s easier than ever to know whether or not a movie is worth watching. A quick Google search brings up plenty of websites offering their opinions on the latest films. The three most popular are IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, and Metacritic. Show More Summary
Ministry of Supply's thermostat-equipped Mercury Intelligent Heated Jacket promises to be ready by the holiday. Here's what it's like to wear.
Here are four things you need to know when creating your keyword strategy for SEO. The post How to Get Your SEO Keyword Strategy Right: Basic & Advanced Tips by @TaylorDanRW appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
A new report from McAfee and the Center for Strategic and International Studies claims that cybercrime now costs the global economy $600 billion, up considerably from $445 billion in 2014. The “Economic Impact of Cybercrime – No Slowing...Show More Summary
Do you have trouble staying focused? If the problem isn’t social media, it might be distracting noise. We’re going to show you various colors of noise that can help you improve your focus and productivity, plus a few tools you can use to create these supportive noises. Show More Summary
Learn how to move an HTTP WordPress website to HTTPS in this step-by-step guide. The post Migrating a WordPress Website from HTTP to HTTPS: A Complete Guide by @vahandev appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Cybersecurity firm Vectra Networks Inc. said today it has just raised $36 million in a late-stage round of funding. The company plans to use funds from the Series D round to bolster its marketing efforts and improve its artificial intelligence-powered...Show More Summary