Posts posted in January 2012
Todd Watson 1/31/2012 Post a comment
IBM's "SmartCamps" are aimed at spreading the world about a smarter planet.
Editor's Blog 1/31/2012 39 comments
Five Americans were chosen to participate in a Google+ Hangout with President Obama on Monday evening
Robert McGarvey 1/31/2012 23 comments
Far from damaging free speech, Twitter's latest policy on tweets is likely to enable users to outsmart totalitarian government censors.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 1/31/2012 2 comments
Smaller banks benefit from the agility and scalability of a comprehensive analytics platform.
Maria Korolov 1/31/2012 18 comments
The emerging Hypergrid is as important a development for virtual worlds as the World Wide Web was for Internet sites.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 1/30/2012 14 comments
As scientists move toward collaboration and open access to data, clouds are a logical next step -- one likely to spur debate.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 1/30/2012 Post a comment
RIM has unveiled a Microsoft cloud offering that will be useful for businesses with Office 365 accounts.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 1/30/2012 17 comments
"Server huggers" are CIOs who put control and location of solutions before business utility.
George Taylor 1/30/2012 30 comments
Academic publishers threaten to obstruct the progress of science in the name of profit for peer-reviewed journals.
Todd Watson 1/30/2012 1 comment
Turbo ponders developments on HBO and on the greens at Torrey Pines.
Wagner James Au 1/30/2012 32 comments
Reddit has become a hub of Internet influence, thanks to some unique characteristics that differentiate it from Twitter and Facebook.
Editor's Blog 1/27/2012 56 comments
Netflix is making a comeback, but challenges persist.
Editor's Blog 1/27/2012 11 comments
The EU's proposed directive on Internet privacy puts data control back in the hands of consumers.
Todd Watson 1/27/2012 1 comment
A view of the Davos summit, via the blogosphere.
Steven C. Bennett 1/27/2012 79 comments
A recent Supreme Court decision on the admisability of GPS evidence may have farther-reaching consequences than may be initially apparent.
Editor's Blog 1/26/2012 28 comments
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 1/26/2012 4 comments
Kaiser Permanente has created an Android app that lets users view information about their care.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 1/26/2012 26 comments
Being a CIO these days calls for as much business expertise as technical know-how.
Ron Miller 1/26/2012 160 comments
Apple's latest earnings report is great. Now, it's time for the company to fix some of its social conscience issues.
Christopher Olson 1/26/2012 9 comments
Looking for connections in Washington? Want to chat up policy makers and key figures in the industry? Check out these tech advocacy groups.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 1/26/2012 1 comment
The latest Netezza Customer Intelligence release promises to analyze giant quantities of data from multiple channels.
Todd Watson 1/26/2012 1 comment
IBM is working with a new generation of entrepreneurs to address challenges with advanced technologies.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 1/25/2012 15 comments
Facial recognition security looks cool but misses the point when it comes to smartphone hacking.
Joanne Korman Goldman 1/25/2012 69 comments
Facebook's new Timeline format can help your organization or group to implement social business objectives.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 1/25/2012 18 comments
What distinguishes a great CEO in the technology arena? Check out this list of characteristics that turn up repeatedly.
John Myers 1/25/2012 67 comments
Streaming primary public education classes will result in billions of dollars saved per year.
Todd Watson 1/24/2012 1 comment
Giants beat the 49ers to go to the Superbowl.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 1/24/2012 2 comments
RIM has replaced its co-CEOs with a new CEO and a new chairman of the board.
Editor's Blog 1/24/2012 18 comments
We've rounded up 10 digital tools for following the 2012 battle for the United States presidency.
Kenneth Geers 1/24/2012 25 comments
Cyberwarfare demands a fresh look at military theory. Traditional approaches to warfare may not extend to the Net.
Mary E. Shacklett 1/24/2012 16 comments
Non-profits are benefiting from leveraging the Internet, but their IT departments are feeling the pressure of added responsibilities.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 1/23/2012 10 comments
Think you know where cloud computing's headed? See if you agree with these top five predictions, gleaned from the news and expert opinion.
Robert McGarvey 1/23/2012 7 comments
China's requirement that microbloggers register their real identities with ISPs could go the way of that nation's ineffective smoking ban.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 1/23/2012 3 comments
A recent survey shows many CIOs are bogged down in project management, rather than strategic planning.
Deborah Nason 1/23/2012 37 comments
The West African nation of Ghana is spawning a range of innovative Internet startups, thanks to a couple of creative initiatives.
Todd Watson 1/23/2012 Post a comment
The author interviews key IBM Collaboration Solutions market researcher Carol Galvin and senior consulting strategist Catherine Lord, on the business opportunity and market landscape around social business.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 1/20/2012 4 comments
AT&T Mobility is increasing its monthly data charges, and Virgin Mobile USA will reduce speeds for heavy data users.
Karla Marciszewski 1/20/2012 56 comments
The hacker group moves aggressively as the Department of Justice takes down an infamous Asia/Pacific site.
Todd Watson 1/20/2012 2 comments
The top line for IBM's latest results.
Editor's Blog 1/20/2012 47 comments
Reactions to Google's fourth-quarter earnings report suggest that the market is growing tired of the company being a one-trick pony.
Alan Reiter 1/20/2012 110 comments
With its new iBooks Author Macintosh software, Apple might help "reinvent" many kinds of books, and even be valuable for enterprises.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 1/19/2012 2 comments
NoSQL is exhibiting advantages in speed, cost, scaleability, and ability to search unstructured data, which make it a realistic challenge to RDBMS.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 1/19/2012 4 comments
The concept of technical debt can serve IT professionals as a yardstick of a product's value to the firm.
Editor's Blog 1/19/2012 Post a comment
We're live on IE Radio with author Christopher Barnatt. Join us!
Ron Miller 1/19/2012 78 comments
Content piracy isn't what the big media companies would have you believe. It's time to take a look at what it really means.
Editor's Blog 1/19/2012 1 comment
We're interviewing author Christopher Barnatt today on IE Radio at 2 PM ET.
Jonathan Hochman 1/19/2012 19 comments
A group of Internet marketing professionals in New England outlines their concerns with SOPA and PIPA.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 1/18/2012 17 comments
A retailer and a major security vendor reveal damaging system breaches.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 1/18/2012 2 comments
Regular desktop sites and mobile sites differ in how they are actually blacking out the Internet to protest SOPA.
Todd Watson 1/18/2012 Post a comment
Sir Tim Berners-Lee takes the stage at Lotusphere 2012.
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