Did you ever think about how many different languages there are spoken around the world? And other than the Romance languages, and perhaps a few languages that are spoken in the Far East, how many language names do you even know? And how do pilots communicate with each other in all of those different languages? We brought you all that information and more in our latest infographic– check it ... (read more)Continue Reading
One of the problems that face large corporations is “data siloing,” a term coined to describe the plethora of individual data management systems that accumulate, but are unable to communicate with one another. With all of the individual data systems that exist within a corporation, a situation is created in which employees are not able to mine the information they require, without first searching through a large number of business applications such as- CRM (customer relationship management), SCM (supply chain management), HRM (human resources management), ERP (enterprise resource planning) and more. The search across multiple enterprise applications creates inconsistencies and leads ... (read more)Continue Reading
Language is not a static entity – it is a form of communication that slowly develops and evolves over time. It’s influenced by political happenings, every day circumstances, the creativity and evolution of man, and so many other minor and major factors. While the day to day changes are often not visible to the naked eye, one need only attempt to read a manuscript written 200-300 years ago, to realize that they most definitely in fact exist. We outlined the major changes in the English language, and the events that brought those changes about. Combined with that information, we included ... (read more)Continue Reading
Mobile activity reached new leaps and bounds in 2012, with the release of iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S III, iPad mini, Samsung Galaxy Note the new iPad 4 and many other mobile devices. Use of the smartphone surpassed feature phone usage this year in both America and in Europe. According to Sony Erikson, studies demonstrate that by 2017 there will be more than 3 billion smartphone subscriptions, in use by more than half of the world’s population. The mobile craze is clearly reflected in the preferred gift choices that appeared on the average American holiday wish list this past year. According ... (read more)Continue Reading
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