Vous n’êtes pas développeur tant que vous n’êtes pas développeur SherWeb!
Alors que le « cloud » est en pleine effervescence, SherWeb suit la vague ou, devrais-je dire, le nuage! Elle a d’ailleurs fait parler d’elle à plusieurs reprises dans les derniers mois notamment en remportant le prix OCTAS 2011 de la réussite commerciale.
Le succès est indéniable pour SherWeb, cette entreprise de Sherbrooke qui a vu le jour en 1998 et qui compte maintenant près de 100 employés, soit autant que le nombre de pays autour du monde dans lesquels elle est présente.
Maintenant voilà, SherWeb a récemment obtenu un important contrat et souhaite maintenant recruter davantage de programmeurs-analystes qualifiés pour entre autres concrétiser tous les projets et défis qui s’offrent à elle et qui la feront croître davantage. Read more »
The average American spends over 4 hours of their day glued to the tube and while TV consumption is at an all time high, according to a recent Forrester survey it seems Americans are spending just as much time on the Internet. With the advents in social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter spawning online business collaboration tools like SharePoint hosting, it may not come as much of a surprise that social networking has become a favourite online pastime in the United States. But other American browsing habits just might. The following infographic is a compilation of data collected from Nielsen, Alexa, and other websites that provide reliable Internet usage information, to a paint a picture of how and where Americans spend their time online. Read more »
In June 2009, a study conducted by VersionOne found that 41% of senior IT professionals didn’t know what cloud computing was and two-thirds of senior finance professionals were confused by the concept. In this post, I’ll try and clear up any ambiguity about the buzz word that everyone seems to have a different definition for. Read more »
Just as Virtual reality therapy (VRT) (aka virtual reality exposure therapy) was first developed in the early 1990s by a USC graduate, named Dr. Ralph Lamson. Lamson wanted to develop a way to overcome his own fear of heights. By 1993, he began publishing his work and established a group of acrophobic patients who would brave the cyber world he created to help overcome their fears. Read more »
Welcome back! In the last part of Hackbusting we talked about what a hack was, what to look for and the first step to take once you’re sure you’ve been hacked. Today, the second part of Hackbusting, we’re going to address recovery steps, how to get your site back online, and what you can do to prevent it from being hacked, again. Read more »
Hacking happens. It’s almost flattering to be hacked because it means you’re doing something right. Unfortunately, it’s also a headache that can cause a lot of stress for the Webmaster, and all those involved in the management and maintenance of the site. So, to help you avoid the stress and anger of getting hacked, we’re doing a two part series about how to become a Hackbuster. Read more »
When Pranav Mistry of MIT’s Media Lab showcased to the world his groundbreaking SixthSense technology, everyone said this was going to be the next big thing. It was the 2009 Invention of the Year and the most exciting part about it, it was going to be open source. With the code available to a whole community of hackers, we would see all sorts of interesting uses for the technology in no time. Three years later, no code, and no talk of SixthSense hitting the market any time soon. Read more »
Choosing a hosting provider can be as confusing as choosing an insurance company – you want to make sure you’re covered in all the right places. This is why it’s so important that you compare and contrast the three hosting services available (VPS, shared and dedicated), in regards to your needs and wants. Read more »
The infamous vigilante hacker group ‘Anonymous’ has become the modern-day Robin Hood of the Internet. Their way of ‘stealing from the rich’ however, is to shut down websites of anyone they see as enemies of their cause (i.e. enemies of freedom of speech and freedom of information). Read more »
Having an online presence is an important tool for businesses operating in the modern, technologically savvy society of today. However, running a website is not restricted to businesses and entrepreneurs. It is also a good way for creative people to showcase their talents, to provide information for educational purposes; or for the average person to make his/her voice heard through a personal blog. Read more »