The following articles have been written or recommended by IPG members and represent information we think is interesting and important.
As the debate came to a head last December over whether the FCC should reclassify the Internet as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Telecom Act of 1934, Scott examined why neither side of the two-sided coin was the right one to be associated with.
When it comes to unified threat management appliances aimed at the SMB market, vendors are finding a way to fit additional security features into smaller and more powerful appliances.
With Mobile World Congress coming up and the nearly-sure release of a new Samsung Galaxy phone, what do you need to consider before making the jump to a new device? This guide will help you start thinking about that decision.
Fascinating, in-depth article from Netflix about how they perform viewer analytics. The article provides details about their incredible scale and the architecture needed to manage it.
In an article exploring the president’s cybersecurity plan and his summit with leading tech executives, CBS News explores the problems we face bringing industry and government together. IPG member David Gewirtz provides extensive commentary in this article.
If you use a Mac, you’re going to want to take a look at these quirky little add-ons. Each one can save you time, increase productivity, and reduce frustration.
An efficient supply chain can make the difference between leading a market and being left behind. This presentation shows how real-time analytics can help your supply chain respond dynamically to ever-changing customer needs.
As the internet winds its way onto more and more devices, we can expect increasing confusion on the part of regular users, whether in the consumer or work environment. David Gewirtz tells us a cautionary tale.
Amazon’s voice-reactive Echo device is in limited availability, and David Gewirtz wants to tinker with it. Here is his list of things he would like to see the Echo do, if he ever gets his hands on one.