Sally Wiener Grotta

Sally Wiener Grotta is a contributing editor of PC Magazine, a professional photographer, a digital artist, and an early pioneer in computer graphics. She has coauthored several books with Daniel Grotta, including The Illustrated Digital Imaging Dictionary (McGraw-Hill). Her expertise extends to digital cameras, scanners, printers, imaging and illustration software, Web graphics and authoring, 3-D graphics, and even biometrics.

Shutterbugs Dig High-Capacity Cards at PMA2003

If the annual Photo Marketing Association trade show (PMA) that wrapped up in early March was any sort of bellwether for the industry, then traditional film photography has officially...

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Rural ISPs Boost Digital Transformation in Underserved Communities

Regional electric cooperatives and service providers have long played a vital role in supplying critical power and connectivity to rural and remote communities. Currently,...

Humans Will Be the Story of AI in 2022: 4 Predictions

With increased literacy and understanding – and increasingly publicized failures – the curtain is falling on the public’s perception of artificial intelligence as a...

NTT Addresses the Why and When of Private 5G

NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation) is one of the world’s leading telecom providers. The conglomerate is deeply rooted in the mobile space, providing...

Deloitte’s David Linthicum on Optimizing Your Multicloud

I spoke with David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting, about his advice for handling the key pain points that companies face...

Zscaler Brings a New Approach to Experience Management

Understanding user experience has been somewhat of a “Holy Grail” for the IT industry for decades. Many vendors have tried, yet none have managed...