The Rise of Blackberry Applications

Tired of all the Apple and Android fanboys, and not interested in being assimilated into a user of either of their devices? Research in Motion is a bit behind the front-runners with their Blackberry application selection, but they are growing their list of apps

The Tablet Takeover

Tablets are quickly taking jobs away from laptops and PCs. Is this trend a flash in the pan or else the burgeoning of the next generation of computers? At first, it seemed that tablet would be used for media consumption only, but thanks to

The Death of WebSphere and WebLogic App Servers

We decided to take a look at our top 1000 Java customers to see what versions of Java they are using and what app servers are most commonly deployed. For example, just about everyone is on Java 1.6 with the most popular version being

Sarah Prevette Resume

We don’t talk about how to help our merchants get bigger and better on this blog much but we definitely should. Without the hard working, dedicated folks who have set out to open up shop and serve their communities we wouldn’t be here. Link

US Bank Closures

In 2009 the United States and the rest of the world was hit with a huge recession. Banks started closing all over the country and the government scrabbled to come up with some sort of solution to a massive financial problem. At least 89

Bold Winter Color Palette

Featuring colors from Dunn-Edwards’s Perfect Palette® and showcasing colors to go with Pantone’s color of the year, Tangerine Tango. Enjoy! Link

The History of Email

The first email — or electronic message as it was called at the time — was sent by computer engineer Ray Tomlinson back in 1971. In celebration of the medium’s 40th birthday, the folks at ReachMail, an email delivery system, put together this infographic