5 Tech Gadgets You Need This Year.

Whether you’re into fitness or Netflix binge watching, everyone has a bit of a tech-guru inside. You may not consider yourself tech-savvy, but take a look around your home and at what you own. You’ll probably see things like smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, sound systems, light dimmers, and more. Whether we realize it or not, technology is so embedded in our lives that we have trouble separating ourselves from it.Instead of wasting your money on gadgets you don’t need, find items you can actually use this year to make life easier, more productive, and more comfortable. Here are some of the top tech gadgets and innovations on the market this year.

Facial Recognition Grows in Accuracy and Utility.

Facial recognition technology, once only a feature of paranoid science-fiction novels, is now being used increasingly for a variety of applications — some of which may surprise you. “Technology is advancing rapidly in this area, bringing up new privacy considerations in our changing world,” says Park West Gallery founder and CEO, Albert Scaglione.

Dedicated Hosting Vs. Cloud Hosting.

With the number of technological innovations increasing, businesses are now able to take more control of their computer networks, especially in terms of hosting decisions. A relatively recent innovation, cloud hosting solutions enable companies to migrate their current infrastructures from dedicated servers to cloud storage. However, this feat is not without complications. Many businesses struggle to afford the preliminary investment costs of cloud solutions, and they rarely have enough time to allow their servers some downtime for such a large, complex migration. The problems attending a switch from a dedicated server to a cloud environment cause many companies to weight their options and assess which avenue is right for them.

5 Signs You Need Microsoft Training.

You’ve probably heard a lot of hubbub about Microsoft training, such as the kind of promotions it can help you secure (or new job!) all the way to the relatively high costs. The good news is that with Microsoft, you get what you pay for and this is definitely an investment. The reason? You’re getting incredible quality education, actionable training you can use, and it shows that you’re a serious and savvy techie who will go above and beyond to enhance your career.

Rise of the Citizen Developer : Infographic

Did you know that the largest percentage of citizen developers are between the ages of 18 and 29? The IT skills gap is an issue you will certainly confront as you work toward your information systems management degree, so learn the facts in our latest infographic:

Improve The Battery Life of Your Smartphone : Infographic