THE TECHNOLOGY BLOG
by LINC Project
We love Technology ! We love to blog !
To interact with people, we write, share, and review technical articles with you, our readers and customers.
As an independent managed service provider, it is our company’s responsibility to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in technology, networking, and related services.
How LINC Project provides managed IT solutions that fit client needs LINC Project Founder and CEO Ludovic Levivier NOTE: In Part 2 of our discussion, LINC Project Founder and CEO Ludovic Levivier continues to discuss how companies can benefit from managed...
Learn how managed IT solutions can protect your business and make it more productive from LINC Project CEO Ludovic Levivier. Ludovic explains what outsourcing your IT entails, how to find the right provider, and shows you what a typical days looks like for his team.
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There are many critical areas IT consultants in NYC can help small businesses run more productively and efficiently. Here are three areas where LINC Project can work with a business to ensure all systems will run smoothly.
Whether you are a small, medium or large business, it makes sense for you to work with a managed services provider who is an expert in business systems.
It has been just over a week since the initial release of Windows 10. Let’s check in and see how the new OS is holding up.
Nearly 6 years after its original debut in 2009, Google’s self-driving car ready for public roads
Today at LINC Project, we will discuss the development of ‘smart car’ operating systems design to connect your car and driving experience to your smartphone
Since the dawn of IT a mess of cables has been a necessary and cumbersome evil, but can USB-C put a dent in the dreaded Rat’s Nest?
Google is ready to go head to head with its competitors in all markets, not just mobile. Here is the lineup of heave hitters from I/O 2015.
The reports of the Surface’s demise are greatly exaggerated. Why the once ‘thought dead’ tablet may be headed for a second life.
What does every single mobile device have in common? Sooner or later, they will need a charge and more.
IBM Watson. A prodigy in AI (Artificial Intelligence), taking the front-lines and leading our future through a golden age of technology, big data and the Internet.
It seems like over the past few weeks, the tech world has been obsessed with the Apple Watch. Every tech blog has covered the Apple Watch here, there, everywhere!
In today’s economy everyone is carrying a mobile device be it one issues from the employer or brought in by the employee so the unavoidable fact that you NEED good WiFi in your office.
It’s official. Despite every effort to head it off, including a complete redesign and marketing campaign that included a well received 2014 Super Bowl Commercial, RadioShack is going the way of the saber tooth tiger.
“Imagine All the Devices Living in Peace”. OK, so that’s not quite how the John Lennon song goes, but it still underscores a major theme of the Windows 10 event last Wednesday. Microsoft has recognized something that Apple has known for quite a long time…that people use MANY devices.
Remember back in the day when Dr. Nick from ‘The Simpsons’ sang this song? We all know that he was singing about bypass surgery, but if he had attended the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2015) in Las Vegas, he could have just as easily been talking about any selection of devices, gadgets, and gizmos on display.
New Year’s Eve is upon us! It’s a time for celebration, reflection, and (more often than not) remorse.
In 2014 we saw the raise of China, the fall of Sony, phones bend, and software break. It wasn’t all bad though. So, before we take out our champagne flutes and oversized 2015 sunglasses, the LINC Project blog will attempt to look into the future to identify five important technology trends for 2015.
Longer than you’re able to remember, slower than e-mail needed to reset them, able to make you tear your hair out in a single pull. LOOK! On your monitor, it’s a letter, it’s a number, it’s a symbol, its…capitalized? It’s our blog entry about PASSWORDS!
E-mail: Just the very name can conjure up images of instant communication and overcrowded inboxes. Thirty years ago, the concept of sending someone an electronic mail was astounding. Today, it’s more astounding if someone takes the time to write you a letter on paper and send it through the postal carrier.
Active Directory, central inventory, IP Phone centralization. What is the big deal with centralized systems anyway?
Well, if saving time, money, and improving security are important to you, then you should pay attention.
In the world of IT, there are very few concepts sweeter to a system administrator’s ears than ‘Centralization’.
Along with last week’s release of the iPhone 6 and 6 plus also came the much anticipated release of Apple’s iOS 8 mobile device operating system. While there has been much hype and mania over the release of the iPhone 6 itself, much less has been made over the release of i0S 8.
By Bridget Carey
Hackers attacked the iCloud accounts of some celebrities, so it’s time to boost your own cloud-security awareness. CNET’s Bridget Carey offers tips on keeping your account secure and explains why deleting a photo doesn’t always truly delete it.
By Matt Young
In a recent study, technology research firm Gartner identified a number of top technology trends emerging in 2014, with the potential to have a significant impact on enterprises over the next three years.
by Peter Coffee, Salesforce.com
Today, running your business on private servers is on the same level of odd behavior as carrying scuba tanks to provide a private air supply.
The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet.
As many IT departments struggle to keep up with yearly technology changes, company employees increasingly want to use their own devices to access corporate data.