Microsoft’s Latest and Greatest

Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 were released to the public recently and brought with them a slew of changes and new features. Most notable is the return of Windows’ traditional Start button. Microsoft also included many user interface changes and customization options to the operating systems with these new releases. Also improved is […]

A New Spin on Skype

I’m sure you’ve all heard video chatting software and apps, such as Skype or Google chats. Well, now there is an app for Apple users that combines the best features from both. Spin is free and allows you to video chat with multiple people, file share, and even ‘throw’ things at one another while chatting. […]

Boston Tech Meetup

The Boston Tech Scene is alive and well, and if you don’t believe me check out the Boston Startup Map. Even Mark Zuckerberg has said that ‘if he could have done it all over again he would have kept Facebook in Boston’. With the amount of young talent that Boston has to offer through all […]

Smith 212 Makeover

This past summer, Smith 212 received quite the makeover. The new Smith 212 has been redesigned with collaborative learning in mind, which was the inspiration behind its open design and organization. This timelapse chronicles the room’s transformation from a drab computer lab to an inviting, collaborative classroom.

Want to provide a good customer experience? Try remote support

Providing a good customer experience is one of the top strategic priorities for many companies. In customer service and support, remotely connecting to a customer’s computer is often the most efficient method for troubleshooting and fixing customer issues. For technical support, in particular, remote access saves time, reduces frustration for the customer as well as […]

Steve who? Why Jobs was only kind of a big deal

This week in October marks the two year anniversary of the loss of two of the defining technological minds in our era. Most likely you have heard of one of them, Steve Jobs, but the other is hardly a household name. As co-founder, chairman, and COE of Apple, Jobs has been credited with revolutionizing not […]

Automate your home with WeMo

Home automation and smartphones are a natural fit. As such, we are seeing the proliferation of systems that let you turn lights on and off, brew coffee, monitor security cameras and control other things around the home from anywhere, just by tapping on your phone’s screen. WeMo was released by Belkin International, Inc. in CES […]