Wavebox offers the ability to bring in all your web apps to a single app, including email, Office 365, G Suite, and Slack. You get full notification support and a consistent interface wrapped around these apps. We tried it out for a week to replace all of our desktop clients and browser tabs.
Here are some predictions we’ve put together and gathered from within the industry for 2017. We’ve included some general technology, and more specific enterprise focused looks into 2017.
Docker is the company everyone loves to talk about. They’ve been the subject of acquisition rumors for years. Everyone wants to try them out, even if they don’t fully understand what they do. And they’ve spurred an ecosystem of companies eager to extend what their product can do. Docker is the new Twitter.
The Internet is responsible for the demise of many “meatspace” industries, from magazine publishing to CD sales, but there are some things it’ll never do: No matter how much time you spend interacting online, meeting in person is something else entirely. I’m not trying to advocate a return to the old world of tech conferences and user groups. Rather, I envision a new breed of connected events that reinforce online communities with real face-to-face communication.
As usual, the Tech Field Day event received massive amounts of attention, generating thousands of tweets and dozens of blog posts and videos from delegates and bystanders alike. We will attempt to collect those links here for reference and review.
Tech Field Day Boston is just two weeks away. The alumni delegates have put together two documents about what to expect, and we are preparing Twitter, Facebook, Slinkset, and Vimeo pages for the event!
Gestalt IT is pleased to announce the first date of 2010 in our ongoing series of Tech Field Day events. Our next event will convene in Boston, MA on April 8 and 9, engaging some of the most innovative and interesting IT infrastructure companies in Massachusetts.
All providers of infrastructure need to understand the importance of requirements; nothing will destroy the credibility of Cloud Architectures quicker than the inappropriate and unplanned deployment of applications into the Cloud.
Although I will resist the obvious and hackneyed cloud metaphors and similies, it is painfully clear that the field of cloud computing remains ill-defined. As we (hopefully) near the apex of hype, just about every IT company is clamoring to be part of the cloud market. From data center build-out to storage arrays to server […]
A quick discussion last night on Twitter got me thinking about the way technology is perceived in the industry at large. In particular, the discussion related to NetApp and in my usual facetious way I said I wouldnâ€™t quote NetApp and efficiency in the same sentence (whoa, I just did!).