According to KeyMetric, nearly 65% of all online searches and website visits result in a phone call. By implementing a call tracking application, a business can save money by correctly identifying advertising methods that make their phone ring and those that do not.
Amazon WorkSpaces is a cloud based managed desktop computing service. Amazon WorkSpaces allows for easy provisioning of cloud-based desktops that enable end-users to access the files, programs and other resources they need with the a wide variety of devices, including PCoIP zero clients, desktop computers, laptops, iPads, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, and Android tablets. This provides Riptide’s Cloud Services the ability to set up a cloud desktop environment for any user count at a very competitive rate.
Riptide Goes Hands on with an Advanced Preview of the UniFi UVC-Micro Camera
Their small footprint, excellent video quality, ease of installation and use, allows Riptide to easily recommend the Ubiquiti UVC-Micro camera for your security and monitoring needs. There are some browser compatibility issues with the web interface, specifically with Microsoft Edge, which can make the initial configuration and stream viewing a bit cumbersome.
Riptide Software develops solutions using the Internet Of Things (IoT). IoT means all of our devices are talking to one another. Everything we use is connected, using embedded sensors, and are able to identify themselves to one another. Our phones are smart enough to know when we’re heading home, and can tell our thermostats at our houses to start adjusting the temperature to our preferred setting.
Riptide Learning works tirelessly with trusted partners and business customers to create successful education and training tools of all kinds
At Riptide, we fully understand the value of Mobile. Most businesses need a mobile application to support their core business. Successful businesses need a reliable platform to reach their customers in a way that the world consume content today. Riptide Software's Mobile Application team our customers and for our internal use here at Riptide.
Technology and Business Practices thrive on pushing each other to the very limits of what each is capable up - and then some. One force is constantly driving the other force, sharpening one another along the way. As each of these areas grow and change, it is up to the successful business to maintain that same pace, or forever be lost in the cold obscurity of failure.
The majority of Riptide’s Managed Services customers have a Network Attached Storage device deployed at their location. For our small to medium sized customers, Riptide Managed Services recommends the Synology DS414.
Riptide was part of the Explorer Beta program and if I had published this feedback before, it would have been for other Explorers, really. Now that Google has released, my honest feedback from my personal Beta thoughts are below. Let me say first to caveat my frank criticism, I think Google Glass is an incredibly cool technology and device. I am grateful for the work that got it to the place where we all can get involved. Also, I am certain that I understand the third wall, I can suspend my disbelief, and I can be on the other side of my own temporal provincialism. Anthropologically, I can understand the context of me as part of an older generation in 2014. Here at Riptide, one of our developers was asked to participate—as many are. I was the fourth of my colleagues to reset the factory settings, put them on, and make them “my glass.”
We have all seen it before; the person who is in charge of running things on your network only has that responsibility because they've been there longer than anyone else, or just happens to understand computer technology a bit more than their manager.