It's been a busy couple of weeks for us, and we're thrilled to announce that Stralto is officially a Microsoft Gold Partner as well as NYC W/MBE certified as a Minority Owned Business by the NYC Mayor's Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises. It's an exciting time for the team as we continue to expand, so this week it feels only fitting for us to look back at that little thing called the World Wide Web to see just how far we've come.
Anniversary of the World Wide Web
I came to the U.S. and started going to college in 1991 when the World Wide Web was still in its infancy. It was two years old, and I had to pay 2,500 dollars for a personal computer with 2mb RAM, 100mb hard drive. Fast-forward to 2019 and so much has changed both with the World Wide Web and the devices that we use to consume all the different applications and information it has to offer. This article from The Verge brings back a lot of memories…
5G is Changing the Game
Speaking of the early nineties and the World Wide Web, I remember getting my first phone from Radio Shack in 1994 (I think) that was the size of a brick, the battery had a talk time of 30 minutes, and a call cost 75 cents per minute. We can do a lot more now with the phones we have and will be able to do a lot more with 5G but seems like it will be a premium service for now just like my Radio Shack phone was.