Tag: adoption

iOS, Operating System

Apple says iOS 15 adoption is lower than usual, but here’s why

January 13, 2022

Via: 9to5Mac

For the first time since iOS 15 was released to the public last September, Apple has updated the official installation and adoption numbers via its Developer website. According to Apple, iOS 15 is currently installed on 72% of iPhones released […]

Operating System, Windows

Windows 11 adoption nears 9%, but businesses are waiting

December 2, 2021

Via: ComputerWorld

How fast is Windows 11 being adopted by users? The answer appears to be “hardly at all” to “slowly,” depending on which set of data you look at. New data from computer monitoring software provider AdDuplex indicates that Windows 11 […]


What to think about when moving to the cloud

September 20, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Well, it’s 2016, and a few years ago Gartner reported that “By 2016, poor return on equity will drive more than 60 percent of banks worldwide to process the majority of their transactions in the cloud.” Enterprises across all sectors […]

App Review, News and Press

Facebook Now Supports Vertical Video Ads

September 13, 2016


Vertical video ads have won. First seen only from people who forgot to turn their phones sideways while recording, this new form will soon dominate the newsfeed. Adapting to the vertical orientation of the mobile screen, brands are getting a […]


Chicago bank finds public cloud ready for prime time

May 12, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

In the early 1930s Congress chartered a dozen federal loan banks across the country to help smaller banks provide liquidity for home loans. Today, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago holds $70.7 billion in assets. And Eric Gieger, vice […]


Will new accounting rule slow adoption of cloud computing?

January 27, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) changed a rule in December that will make it harder to capitalize the cost of cloud set-up and implementation expenses, a change that may encourage some enterprises to opt instead for traditional on-premise software. […]