Posts posted in June 2011
Todd Watson 6/30/2011 1 comment
Spoiler Alert: The company makes real-time data analysis that helps the makers of mobile phones and tablet apps better understand their clients.
Editor's Blog 6/30/2011 17 comments
Photographs from the Vancouver hockey riots are being used to expose the individuals responsible in a manner that circumvents due process.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 6/30/2011 18 comments
Recent news points to the risks that accrue when IT isn't made a top enterprise priority.
Maria Korolov 6/30/2011 26 comments
By going open-source, an Internet platform popular with enterprises just might become top choice for the 3D Web.
Dan Cypra 6/30/2011 32 comments
Twitter makes a great source for news and views, but only if it's used for the right audience and within appropriate limits.
Todd Watson 6/29/2011 Post a comment
IBM's $3 million deal with the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia supports the bank in a major modernization and business expansion program.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/29/2011 4 comments
Executives are finding Internet-enabled technologies can help increase customer retention and overall profitability.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/29/2011 2 comments
Google has expanded a Website design tool to support mobile devices.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 6/29/2011 49 comments
Passwords may work in theory, but user fallibility makes them unworkable in practice. We need alternatives.
Ron Miller 6/29/2011 93 comments
While some record companies continue to struggle against the Internet, some musicians are finding ways to make the most of it.
John Myers 6/29/2011 64 comments
Another month, another useless tech study. Next they'll be telling us the Internet consumes energy!
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/28/2011 2 comments
Despite the lack of a real conclusion, the FCC's big new report is tremendously useful for anyone needing details of the US mobile market.
Editor's Blog 6/28/2011 10 comments
Internet Evolution takes a look at the top five ethical violations common to businesses operating on the Web.
Editor's Blog 6/28/2011 12 comments
The International Olympics Committee encourages athletes to Tweet about their experiences -- but keep it clean.
Paul Whyte 6/28/2011 38 comments
Google chose to quietly pull the plug on two of its projects that were once considered ambitious and game-changing.
Joe Stanganelli 6/28/2011 20 comments
Empire Avenue may be a social media toy, but it is also a learning tool.
Editor's Blog 6/27/2011 27 comments
The United States made more than 4,600 requests for private user information from Google from July to December 2010, and Google complied 94 percent of the time.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 6/27/2011 9 comments
CIOs at midtier companies remain decidedly skeptical about deploying cloud-based services companywide.
Todd Watson 6/27/2011 1 comment
The five finalists developed software to better manage energy consumption, monitor environmental hazards, understand mobile device usage patterns, and track brand sentiment.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 6/27/2011 32 comments
The disbanding of LulzSec probably means nothing at all as far as high-profile hacking activity is concerned.
Robert McGarvey 6/27/2011 33 comments
An FTC probe of Google could become more of a distraction than anything else.
Jart Armin 6/27/2011 62 comments
The insurance industry is finding a rich mine of premiums among companies fearful of data breaches and damage from cyber-criminals.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/25/2011 6 comments
If you're a heavy user of Verizon cellphone data, be prepared to pay more.
Editor's Blog 6/24/2011 28 comments
As we prepare for the second half of 2011 here on Internet Evolution, we want to know... what should we do?
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/24/2011 12 comments
Building a cozy relationship with customers through CEM software has suddenly become a hot topic.
Editor's Blog 6/24/2011 13 comments
Data suggests social is stealing audience from the rest of the Internet at a startling rate, prompting attempts by Websites to transition to communities.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/24/2011 9 comments
A new partnership heralds an emerging trend in location-based discount programs for mobile customers.
Ron Miller 6/23/2011 48 comments
By trying to sell off Hulu, the NBCU conglomerate could be throwing away a great opportunity.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 6/23/2011 31 comments
In many organizations, IT has become so important that the CEO has taken charge. In others, lack of CEO cooperation can be disastrous.
Ariella Brown 6/23/2011 93 comments
The GoogleArtProject offers high-resolution reproductions of art in museum settings, taken by Street View, but the overall value is limited.
Mary E. Shacklett 6/23/2011 24 comments
The Internet2 consortium is pointing the way toward what could be a new era of high-speed networking nationwide.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 6/22/2011 12 comments
The United States treads an ever finer line between defensive and offensive cyber activity.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/22/2011 7 comments
Executive compensation from the California region rose by 37 percent in 2010.
Editor's Blog 6/22/2011 20 comments
Andrew McAfee envisions a future where knowledgeable humans have to work hard to not be replaced by the world's Watsons.
John Myers 6/22/2011 62 comments
ICANN will expand the number of generic top-level domains from the current 22 to an as-yet-undecided number.
Enrico Pagtakhan 6/22/2011 28 comments
The open.source paradigm could be life changing for many people if applied widely and usefully.
Todd Watson 6/21/2011 7 comments
Social platforms have emerged as one of the leading technology trends for organizations.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/21/2011 8 comments
Regrettably, Nokia's new phone relies on the vendor's dead-end MeeGo OS.
Editor's Blog 6/21/2011 37 comments
Social software, if implemented and thought about correctly, could help develop passion in your organization, says John Hagel.
Alan Reiter 6/21/2011 56 comments
Cloud computing for smartphones sounds terrific -- until you start thinking carefully about the potential for surprise.
Adam Williams 6/21/2011 24 comments
A winning new service called 3LiveShop isn't yet available outside Swedish mobile provider Tre, but it might be offered elsewhere soon.
Editor's Blog 6/20/2011 36 comments
Gmail's "Reminder: Call Dad" Father's Day missive apparently upset those with no fathers to call. We'll be more upset when Google knows us well enough to target those messages.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 6/20/2011 20 comments
Executives will have to think carefully before shelling out the $185,000 just for the right to apply.
Editor's Blog 6/20/2011 5 comments
Funny or Die explains how it monetizes humor through branding strategies.
Scott Koegler 6/20/2011 10 comments
A recent conference proves that the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) is in place and in use.
Rob Salkowitz 6/20/2011 18 comments
Quora's question-an-answer format is fascinating users; but it's a question whether it can rise in a tough market.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 6/17/2011 8 comments
Nielson's latest survey shows Android smartphone users outstripped iPhone counterparts in usage.
Paul Whyte 6/17/2011 70 comments
The Website paradigm was recently celebrated as an artifact on its way to extinction, as individuals start to govern online content delivery.
Editor's Blog 6/17/2011 43 comments
Weiner-Gate has ended... but there are many more Twidiots to be exposed, we're sure.
Alan Reiter 6/17/2011 81 comments
Video calling is on the way, and you're not ready. Here's what you need to do to get with the program.
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