Posts posted in August 2012
Todd Watson 8/31/2012 6 comments
On breaking up with HBO.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 8/31/2012 7 comments
Most Americans don't know what cloud computing is, but they know it's important. That's a triumph of marketing hype, but IT must address employee ignorance that could threaten enterprise adoption.
Christine Parizo 8/31/2012 59 comments
LinkedIn's Hiring Solutions suite is a bestseller. But the site's redesigned résumé format could make it an enterprise HR liability.
Todd Watson 8/30/2012 Post a comment
IBM's Smarter Commerce Global Summit comes to Orlando, Florida.
Mary E. Shacklett 8/30/2012 15 comments
Real-time analytics are being offered in public cloud services, and many enterprises are finding this a great way to get going on a strategy relatively cheaply.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 8/30/2012 32 comments
Reddit's site caved in under the weight of traffic from a chat session with President Obama -- forcing questions about proper IT preparation.
Editor's Blog 8/30/2012 3 comments
Social media investors need to be better at listening for the whistle of oncoming trains, and other comments on the site.
Mansur Hasib 8/30/2012 40 comments
Even seasoned end users and IT pros can fall victim to the kneejerk reaction some phony emails can cause. Be forewarned and forearmed.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 8/29/2012 6 comments
Enterprise GRC isn't just about security or internal auditing anymore. But many firms aren't taking meaningful action to broaden its scope as much as needed.
Christine Parizo 8/29/2012 42 comments
For many, online behavior that seems innocent can lead to dire offline consequences, including robbery and murder!
Todd Watson 8/29/2012 Post a comment
Major sporting events serve as living laboratories for how big-data can translate into big business.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 8/29/2012 15 comments
Instinct is not the best guide to enterprise security.
Seth Grimes 8/29/2012 29 comments
Is reducing social-platform popularity to a simplistic score more than a weak indicator of any real form of influence? Klout thinks so, but it needs to fix that.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 8/28/2012 11 comments
IBM's latest mainframe offering supports enhanced analytics workloads.
Todd Watson 8/28/2012 1 comment
IBM announces a new mainframe server for the enterprise.
Todd Watson 8/28/2012 1 comment
The Barclay's was a special tournament to watch.
CMO Clan Editor's Blog 8/28/2012 Post a comment
Our two new reports, "Measure Twice, Market Once: Using Metrics for Success" and "Navigating the Shifting Social Media Landscape," can help marketers boost their brands.
Ron Miller 8/28/2012 79 comments
As the major social networks struggle to translate their popularity into profit, it's evident that their real value is in data, not serving up targeted ads.
Christopher Olson 8/28/2012 19 comments
A new site called Facedeals sounds like fun, but it's got privacy advocates calling "Time!"
Editor's Blog 8/27/2012 1 comment
IBM will be getting more than human resources SaaS when it acquires Kenexa for $1.3 billion.
Todd Watson 8/27/2012 Post a comment
IBM's purchase of Kenexa Corp. will complement IBM's social business and HR business services leadership.
Jason Mick 8/27/2012 10 comments
The case of Oracle v. Google turned up some interesting nuggets about analysts and journalists who've been on Google's payroll.
Editor's Blog 8/27/2012 34 comments
Apple's courtroom victory over Samsung should energize innovators.
Maria Korolov 8/27/2012 40 comments
Virtual desktop software makes it possible to access mission-critical enterprise applications using practical, lightweight Chromebooks.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 8/27/2012 4 comments
Cloud services can help enterprises manage storage, migrating data from live to archive.
Editor's Blog 8/24/2012 19 comments
How do you think the $1 billion judgment against Samsung will affect enterprise users?
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 8/24/2012 10 comments
Evernote Business is designed to make it easier for IT to give the popular service its blessing. Because users are using it anyway.
Editor's Blog 8/24/2012 4 comments
Take a look at the top blogs at Internet Evolution this week to learn more about superworms, railroads, and the upside of deep packet inspection.
Editor's Blog 8/24/2012 Post a comment
Join us for today's interview on healthcare's IT metamorphosis with the SVP of strategy and transformation at Canada's massive Ottawa Hospital.
Chris Poley 8/24/2012 105 comments
Early investors and insiders are cashing in their shares of Facebook, Groupon, and Zynga, signaling a loss of perceived value in these social networks.
Mansur Hasib 8/24/2012 28 comments
More enterprises are bringing IT back home to the US, and the end of outsourcing can spell cybersecurity advantages for these firms.
Editor's Blog 8/24/2012 3 comments
Join us at noon ET today as IE Radio interviews Dale Potter, SVP of strategy and transformation at the Ottawa Hospital in Ontario.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 8/23/2012 1 comment
IT pros can get the big picture they need to make analytics work for their organizations at a new Internet Evolution 7DEE online education series.
Alan Reiter 8/23/2012 28 comments
Bucking a trend, T-Mobile US and MetroPCs announced unlimited data plans this week.
Editor's Blog 8/23/2012 6 comments
Business transformation and Google authentication came under the IQ Crew's skeptical eye on the message boards this week.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 8/23/2012 9 comments
A restaurant chain could teach big medicine a thing or two about analytics.
Jason Mick 8/23/2012 18 comments
The latest FCC report on US broadband shows deployment still not up to desired levels. Blame the carriers, legislators, and yourselves, voters!
Todd Watson 8/22/2012 2 comments
Have you ever done something for 30-something years, only to discover that you've been doing it all wrong?
Security Clan Editor's Blog 8/22/2012 17 comments
A new superworm threatens not only Mac and Windows, but also virtual machines.
Ron Miller 8/22/2012 73 comments
Social media is playing a lead role in the runup to the presidential election. The candidate who wins the media battle could win the race.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 8/22/2012 7 comments
The integration of business process management with mobility, social networking, cloud computing, and other elements could lead to some big surprises for corporate leaders.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 8/21/2012 6 comments
Google is offering free or discounted WiFi -- if you can find it.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 8/21/2012 15 comments
AWS's new service is designed for data that needs to be stored long-term and accessed infrequently.
Dana Blouin 8/21/2012 33 comments
The railroad industry is in a unique position to take advantage of smart, sensor-driven networking.
Steven C. Bennett 8/21/2012 42 comments
Measures to ensure user security are going to be key to making digital currency popular.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 8/20/2012 6 comments
Ignorance of social metrics, or failure to trust them, may underlie a reluctance to adopt social media.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 8/20/2012 2 comments
A closer look at data about security breaches in the US and cloud use raises questions about laying blame on clouds.
Mansur Hasib 8/20/2012 26 comments
Organizations can have better security when IT empowers end users instead of acting as the Department of No.
Editor's Blog 8/20/2012 20 comments
Readability's free reading platform creates copyright headaches.
Robert McGarvey 8/20/2012 16 comments
Thanks to the Mat Honan episode, Google has users implementing two-factor authentication, with kludges.
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