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So Blackberry. Apple launched their new iPhone, iPad and other cutting edge products. What are you going to do about it? Quite a lot if the past few weeks are to go by. From top to bottom overhaul, to PR boosts. Have a look and see what you think…

How is the Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) faring in terms of growth, new business and revenue to the Island? Is it a success?

Are mispronunciations your pet peeve? Different dialects drive you crazy? Have a look at these technologies and see if you agree with how to say them.

Control, Alt, Delete – Where did they come from? Is there any real purpose to them? Ask Bill Gates and David Bradley…

BYOD. Bring your own device. By device, this means personal / professional computing device. The end place. The office. Do you feel comfortable bringing your own computer into the office or would you rather use standard operating technology that everyone else utilizes?

Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital and Ronco Cayman, a leading IT Solutions provider have announced plans for a revolutionary healthcare technology revamp.

Oh you’ve got to pick a PIN or two…to paraphrase Fagin from Oliver Twist. Apparently it’s staggeringly simple to predict, if not hack a PIN number. Have a read and see how at risk your details could be…

So the Finnish giants of Nokia will cease to exist in their current guise. Yes, Nokia have sold their once eminent phone business to the Global giant of Microsoft. What happened to the biggest player in the game?

Snowden, Assange, Manning, Watergate – notorious information leaks that have occured in the recent past. What inspires these guys; a chance to stand in the limelight? A deepseated belief of being in the right? But what happens to the rest of us? Do we need to know what Government is doing…more to the point, do we want to know?

The IT industry (despite the stereotyping of geeks, nerds and the like) continues to be one of the most forward thinking, adaptive and creative industries around. As a genre the need to continually adapt, reinvent and recreate means that it is unlike any other. General sentiment is that we’re currently in the Third Generation of IT, but what does that mean?