7 Questions You Must Ask When Selecting a Colocation Data Center

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

Selecting a colocation data center is a crucial decision that comes from a strategic process of researching. Now that housing computing systems in off-site colocation data centers has become an irreversible trend, it’s more important than ever to know what questions to ask when assessing potential providers. Choosing the right colocation provider requires a comprehensive analytical approach. Once. 

Is M2M Going to Change Your Life Tomorrow?

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

“There will be over 10 billion mobile-connected devices in 2016, including machine-to-machine (M2M) modules-exceeding the world’s population at that time,” stated Cisco in its latest Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update. Mobile data traffic has been doubling for the last few years. That, and the fact there are more web-connected devices than humans, can only mean one thing: human. 

Relational Database Design Vs. Non-Relational Database

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

According to industry expert Jeff Cogswell, relational databases have ruled the data world since the early 1970s. But since the arrival of non-relational databases around 2009, apparently all hell broke loose on the Web. There have been (and will be) more than a few heated arguments about the following question: Which one is better? It’s difficult to say how relational databases differ. 

Are The Most Popular Locker Locks The Easiest to Pick?

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

Specialized news website Eschoolnews.com stated that, “Lockers have served as a symbol of the American high school for decades.” And they are right. In the near future this might change due to web-based education. But, in the meantime, students still need a safe place to put their belongings. They still need safe lockers and secure school locks. When selecting a school locker lock it’s. 

Top 5 Employee Background Check Tips You Ought to Know About

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

Seven out of ten organizations revealed to have conducted background checks on their job applicants, according to the Society for Human Resources Management. Is this because almost 40% of resumes contain false information? Maybe. But the truth is that everyone involved in a job search will eventually have to deal with a background check. Businesses are trying their best to minimize the risks. 

Why Colocation is Good for Your Business?

By Josh Cole | On Thursday, July 18th, 2013 - No Comments »

“The data center infrastructure has truly become the heart of any organization,” said data center design expert Bill Kleyman. When you are facing the challenge of deciding to outsource your IT requirements, it’s time to do some research and develop some comparisons. Choosing the wrong colocation (colo) can become a nightmare. Unless you bear in mind some crucial points, you won’t. 

DigitalOlympus.com Comments on Vodafone’s Due Diligence on Kabel Deutschland as Reported on the Wall Street Journal

By Josh Cole | On Friday, June 21st, 2013 - No Comments »

On June 21, popular news and technology blog DigitalOlympus.com commented on a recent Wall Street Journal article by Lilly Vitorovich regarding multinational Telecom Company Vodafone Group’s decision to perform further due diligence investigations on Kabel Deutschland, Germany’s largest cable operator.   In response to the Wall Street Journal news article, Digital Olympus’ team. 

DigitalOlympus.com Comments on Forbes Article Regarding SoftBank’s Improved Bid for Sprint Nextel

By Josh Cole | On Friday, June 14th, 2013 - No Comments »

On June 14, popular news and technology blog DigitalOlympus.com commented on a Forbes news article about Japanese Telecom and Internet Company SoftBank’s revised offer for Sprint Nexte. After an exhaustive due diligence process, Sprint’s board seems to have taken a deeper interest in SoftBank’s improved bid. A recent Forbes news article revealed that Sprint Nextel’s buyout saga seems. 

DigitalOlympus.com Comments on BBC News Article on Fannie Mae’s Decision to Pay $59.4bn Back to U.S. After Record Profit

By Josh Cole | On Monday, June 3rd, 2013 - No Comments »

New York, NY   A recent BBC News Business article highlighted Fannie Mae’s resolution to pay $59.4bn (£38.5bn) in dividends to the United States Treasury, after announcing an all-time net profit record of $58.7bn in the First Quarter of 2013.   On May 10, popular news blog DigitalOlympus.com commented on this situation as a possible strategy intended to show, through transparency,. 

DigitalOlympus.com comments on Honda’s Decision to Recall Almost 46K Cars in U.S. and Canada as Reported on Fox Business

By Josh Cole | On Monday, June 3rd, 2013 - No Comments »

New York, NY   Following a news article by Matthew Rocco published on April 29 in Fox Business regarding Honda Motor’s decision to recall approximately 46,000 Fit Sport compacts in the United States and Canada, in order to fix their electronic stability control system; popular news and technology blog DigitalOlympus.com commented on the situation as an example of efficient due diligence.