Microsoft Pulls the Plug on Windows Phones

It was a long time coming, but Microsoft has officially announced the demise of the Windows phone. Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President in the Operating Systems Group at Microsoft, confirmed in a series of recent tweets that there would be no further hardware or new features for the Windows mobile platform: Of course we’ll continue …

How Small Businesses Suffer During Natural Disasters

In September 2017, the Caribbean, Texas, and Florida were hit with some of the worst hurricanes in decades – Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, and Maria – doing millions of dollars in damage. When natural disasters hit, it can take weeks or ­­even months or years for people to rebuild their lives and homes, but it …

Siri vs. Google Assistant for Professionals

AI assistants are everywhere: They’re in our phones, on our computers, and recently they have been cropping up in standalone devices like the Amazon Echo or Google Home. For busy professionals, they have improved the functionality of our devices ten-fold, handling everything from hands-free calling to on-demand web searching, to note-taking, sending emails, and everything …

Let’s Talk: Event Trends with CadmiumCD

  Each year, event technology becomes more sophisticated and commonplace at trade shows, conferences, and other professional meetings. We have been at the forefront of this as we often rent iPads, laptops, printers and digital signage monitors for these events. Every rental customer has various preferred applications that they will use on these devices whether …

Must-Have Technology for Every Trade Show

Coming prepared with the right technology at your next trade show can mean the difference between a raving success and a flop. Consider how much more engaged your audience would be if you showed them how your cross-platform product worked on all possible platforms — showing them the software on an iPad, tablet, notebook and PC would …