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Dropbox – scanning for copyright?

How does that innocent looking icon on your desktop really work? Everyday new tools come out of the cloud for us to use to make work and everyday life just a little bit easier, and Dropbox is just one of those neat tools that did just that.  One no longer has to be networked together, or have a huge email file capacity, or a giant thumb drive to pass documents between computing systems.  One can simply use Dropbox, but is there something insidious going on?  Yes?  No?  Maybe?  With so much concern about privacy and Internet rights going on perhaps you should read the article posted on techcrunch.com and make a decision for yourself. Here's the link to read all about the latest concerning Dropbox.

By |March 31st, 2014|Categories: Data Storage, Mobile Apps, Security|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Dropbox – scanning for copyright?

The Green robot leaves the Apple in the dust…

Hand held devices are vital for modern marketing opportunities, and choosing the right one is essential. Knew that would get your attention. For those of you who are keeping track of the race between Android based products and Apple based products, here's an interesting bit of information for you.  This is especially useful when trying to decide what platform to develop your company Mobile App in. We generally suggest doing more than one, but if you had to make a choice and only do one, then this is the article that you should read. Android verses Apple in the market.

By |February 17th, 2014|Categories: Marketing, Mobile Apps, Smart Phones, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Green robot leaves the Apple in the dust…

On Radio today!

Today at 4pm Pacific Standard time William Sikkens, our Technology Expert, will be chatting with Dan Mason on his KOH Newstalk radio show.  You can access the radio show via the web by just going to KKOH.COM   There is a red link button in the upper right hand corner of the website that says "Listen Live".  Click that button and it will start the stream.  The topic today should be the latest trends and advancements in technology.

Las Vegas Ribbon Cutting

Cumulus Technology is proud to announce our Las Vegas ribbon cutting scheduled for November 13, at 3:00 p.m., at our office on the Strip at 101 Convention Center Drive.  Cumulus Technology is an international company and industry leader in cutting edge application development.  Founded 17 years ago in Nevada in 1997, we have since grown to a client base in over 20 countries.  Our flagship brand, WeAreTechnology (and our website WeAreTechnology.com) are presented for the needs of the business professional.  In fact our only model is business to business, working with everything from enterprise clients with hundreds of locations to small business America.  The idea is simple, provide the software, applications and technology a business requires at a price that focuses on ROI.  In addition to just writing software, we are able to offer services for placement.  For example, we can create a first class phone Application and the ability to get your customers to download and use the software thereby increasing your business.  In addition, Cumulus features encryption technology specialists.  Our brand WeAreHIPAA.com focus on medical HITECH HIPAA compliance and features a 1:1 dialogue and onsite review designed to avoid the fines and penalties, and above all, keep your data safe.  As HIPAA compliance is the most stringent commercial application of protection of data, these high standards are applied to all software systems we design. Let’s talk about your project.  Please drop by our ribbon cutting or call/e-mail us and schedule a session with a Technology Architect today!  It’s free and we can get your ideas on the road to success! See you in Las Vegas! by William Sikkens  ©2013 Cumulus Technology, Inc.

PHP Cocktail Mixer

NBB hopeful waiting The Cumulus Technology Team had a great weekend spending time with the crew of Next Best Bartender, which is an up and coming reality TV show being produced by talk show personality, Stevie K. and Film Producer Kevin Kellum.  Saturday, September 28 was the first casting call in Reno, Nevada for the participants that will compete for bragging rights and a combination of cash and prizes worth 25K.  Some of the Cumulus Tech Team was tempted to audition, but the rules are that one has to be 21 years of age, not a professional bartender, and one cannot be affiliated with the production team, and well, Cumulus Technology are the technology Judges: Harvey Lowery, Stevie Kellum, and Joseph Squellati advisers to the show, not to mention several members are Executive Producers as well.   But what a sight to see! Approximately 30 hopefuls showed up for the small town audition at the Rise Nightclub.  They were all filled with enthusiasm and butterflies as they each took their turn to be interviewed.  Later that night the announcement of the winners was made with a great deal of excitement.  I wonder if those participants know how much this could change their lives? Next weekend, October 5 will be the second set of auditions for Inside Rise Nightclub the show at the FACES Nightclub in Sacramento, California.  This will prove to be a much bigger crowd from the capitol city of the Golden State, and the Cumulus Team plans to attend this event as well.  And for those interested in being part of the new reality TV show and cannot make the Sacramento Casting Call, there will be a third

Students hack iPads

Our children are so gifted and they can manage the world of technology with ease. Sometimes I think the "adult establishment" under estimates their abilities and creativity.    I think this article is an example of how they find it so easy to manage in this modern society of gadgets. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-lausd-ipad-hack-20130925,0,6974454.story

By |September 26th, 2013|Categories: Mobile Apps, Security, Technology|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Students hack iPads

Do we need a Mobile App?

This is the question that is often verbalized in Sales Team and Marketing offices all over. It’s a good question to ask. And since Cumulus Technology is a provider of custom Mobile Apps, we should be able to answer this question every time one of our clients asks us if they need one. It is not our general mode of operation to simply say that everyone needs an App, but an App can help solve problems, encourage customers to go to a location, or simply offer information and give a company a mobile online presence, which in this age is a growing necessity. Years ago not everyone wanted or felt they needed a website, but now if your company does not have some kind of web presence, your company may be passed by due to the simple fact that today’s shoppers search for what they want online. Even if that’s just them using a mobile map service to find your company’s location and if you are off the grid, then you may not be selected. An amazing variety of Apps to select from Deciding on the purpose for your company’s mobile app is vital. A company should not bother with having an App just for the sake of having an App. This will result in money being spent on something that does not bring results and will make the accounting department tear out their hair. Decide on a purpose and then develop the content. Good up to date content will make the difference between money well spent and an app that serves no purpose. Some companies do not want a public mobile app for their customers but want something that allow enhance the

By |August 12th, 2013|Categories: Mobile Apps, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Do we need a Mobile App?