For a growing number of brands, digital transformation is the gift that keeps giving. From product personalization to virtual reality experiences, connected appliances to social discounting, brands are experimenting with all manner of digital innovations to boost custom and consumer awareness this Christmas. Here are some that brought a twinkle to our tech-loving eyes…
What defines an excellent startup idea? Do they fill a gap in the market that nobody knew existed until the solution pops up like magic? Is it that they managed to succeed in spite of chaotic economies and mercurial market conditions? Or is it just that the startup ideas themselves are so wonderfully interesting and the entrepreneur so deliciously bold? What is worth a moment’s pause to pay attention to a startup? Whatever the criteria you choose to define an excellent startup idea, here the top ten startup ideas for 2016…
Minecraft is one of the most popular computer games of recent years. One of the great features is the ability to play with other people online through the use of a web server. Unlike the Minecraft game itself, the server software is free to download and use, so anyone can host a server. Installation is pretty simple as the Minecraft server is a Java application. Read below how to create a Minecraft server of your own on Ubuntu:
Fast forward fifteen years or so, and – if you believe the experts and analysts – digital technology will have transformed the business landscape. Find out how? Here’s our view of the future of digital transformation.
To celebrate this year’s Thanksgiving festivities, 100TB has teamed up with Digital Chaos to offer you the chance to win an exclusive Alienware gaming laptop signed by the team.
Does Big data become increasingly more valuable the bigger it gets? The debate rumbles on in the big data world.
We’ve previously covered a number of Secure SHell (SSH) topics from best practice security settings through mounting remote file systems and keeping a customized local SSH configuration. For most users, SSH is simply used to connect to a remote terminal shell and control the remote system. Something a lot of users don’t realize is that SSH packs in a number of other useful features. One is the ability to tunnel between your local and remote system.