Latest Posts tagged with Midtier Enterprise
Alison Diana 12/6/2013 2 comments
Server revenue fell to $12.1 billion in the most recent quarter, IDC reported.
Alan Reiter 12/6/2013 1 comment
At last, Google recognizes the benefits of developing and promoting apps specifically for tablets and smartphones.
Todd Watson 12/5/2013 Post a comment
IBM expanded its Cloud Consulting Services portfolio with a customizable cloud strategy offering for industry and line of business buyers.
Jason Mick 12/5/2013 9 comments
When a restaurant banned Glass, it unleashed a social media firestorm. The response was wrong -- and so was the decision to bar Glass wearers from the establishment.
Editor's Blog 12/4/2013 21 comments
Robots are taking over every industry, from manufacturing and logistics, to deep-sea exploration and agriculture.
Wagner James Au 12/4/2013 16 comments
Like Second Life before it, Bitcoin generates lots of love -- but is short on results.
Mary E. Shacklett 12/3/2013 2 comments
Though marketing and IT leaders want different things from web metrics, smart companies should satisfy both.
Christine Parizo 12/3/2013 13 comments
Shopkick, iSign, Apple, and ShelfBucks are only some of the services linking consumers to savings (and differentiation) within brick-and-mortar stores
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 12/2/2013 18 comments
Most consumers prefer desktops and laptops, not smartphones and tablets, for online shopping.
Tam Harbert 12/2/2013 7 comments
Enterprises are finding new business and enhancing training through gamification initiatives.
Editor's Blog 11/27/2013 29 comments
Technology companies, government agencies, and executives have been serving up turkeys throughout the year. Here's our list of birdbrained decisions from the past 12 months.
Todd Watson 11/22/2013 1 comment
It's a digital world -- but many midmarket companies are lagging.
Editor's Blog 11/21/2013 2 comments
Author and consultant Frank Wander joins us to talk about transforming IT culture and releasing creativity and innovation.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 11/19/2013 60 comments
Some of your prospective employees in generations Y and Z want to create the next Facebook or Tumblr. The only problem is, they don't want to do any work to get there.
Alan Reiter 11/19/2013 22 comments
Helpouts could be the start of a new business for Google and a useful opportunity for enterprises and individuals around the world.
Paul Korzeniowski 11/19/2013 15 comments
Given technological changes, new metrics may be needed to measure the effectiveness of IT investments.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 11/18/2013 77 comments
Are all your social media eggs in one basket? That's a dangerous strategy.
Taimoor Zubair 11/18/2013 10 comments
Market basket analytics are reshaping retailers' shelves and marketing promotions.
Kevin Jacoby 11/15/2013 33 comments
If the Internet is an information superhighway, then your website is a car. And each day you're waiting to pick someone up and get them where they’re going.
Maria Korolov 11/14/2013 14 comments
Overwhelmed by choices, enterprises should look at app stores before standardizing. Available addons, integration capabilities, and ease of use can eliminate some options.
Alison Diana 11/13/2013 7 comments
IT departments are doing more to educate employees and provide them with security guidelines, but many end users continue to do everything wrong.
Jason Mick 11/13/2013 15 comments
Nobody likes CAPTCHAs. But what's coming next might not be any better.
Tam Harbert 11/12/2013 3 comments
Whether you call them software-defined networks or software-defined datacenters, CIOs are having a tough time figuring out how they'll fit it into future technology plans.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 11/11/2013 16 comments
A non-profit organization is partnering with Mitch Kapor, the Singularity University, Silicon Valley Bank, AT&T, and others to create high-tech, high-energy opportunity for California students.
David Weldon 11/6/2013 25 comments
E-commerce and mobile commerce will be the shining spots in an otherwise dim holiday shopping season.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 11/5/2013 12 comments
In this case, where there's hype there are also lots of successes.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 11/4/2013 21 comments
Delving into advanced search can reap big rewards for employee-strapped CIOs and IT managers.
Christine Parizo 11/4/2013 38 comments
This morning, Fairfax Financial's $4.7 billion deal to take BlackBerry private crashed and CEO Thorstein Heins is being forced to resign, but that doesn't mean the once mighty mobile company is doomed.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 11/4/2013 2 comments
Not-for-profit (ISC)² responds to the industry's demand for measurable, demonstrable expertise in security, privacy, governance, and ethics within specialized verticals.
Michele Chubirka 11/4/2013 15 comments
Extremists dominate the conversation about open-source vs. commercial software -- but there's no reason for an either/or approach.
Alan Reiter 11/1/2013 57 comments
Google's new Nexus 5 phone running Android 4.4 adds up to a sweet deal.
Terry Dale 10/30/2013 7 comments
Arc Productions used a lot of server power to render animations and visual effects for movie and TV studios -- more than $20,000 per month in electric bills. Could software really help slash power consumption?
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 10/28/2013 20 comments
Congratulations, you're no longer head of IT at a small company. Now what?
Joe Stanganelli 10/28/2013 26 comments
Unprotected routers make your entire network (and organization) vulnerable.
Scott Sherriden 10/25/2013 52 comments
There's a lot more to hiring a recruitment firm than reading the resumes it sends you.
Editor's Blog 10/25/2013 45 comments
Google advertising goes to the dogs. And baseball's annual championship will head to Boston, if the numbers are right.
Michael Kassner 10/25/2013 33 comments
It's getting easier for the bad guys to create and relocate phishing sites. Here's how the enterprise can fight back.
Tam Harbert 10/24/2013 6 comments
Cloud service providers, like any other business, can fail. The only difference is most other businesses don't control your data, infrastructure, or storage.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/23/2013 37 comments
Since more than one fourth of millennials have been hacked, security professionals must plan to educate this large group of employees.
Todd Watson 10/21/2013 Post a comment
IBM's IoD event in Las Vegas next month will be full of big-data and analytics news, info -- and fun.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 10/21/2013 44 comments
Hiring the wrong person is an expensive mistake for midsize businesses. Should more companies use personality tests to help avoid recruitment errors?
Joe Stanganelli 10/18/2013 12 comments
Mesh networks give communities an option to the traditional Internet. But would a global mesh be the Utopia proponents believe?
Editor's Blog 10/18/2013 49 comments
Looking to reshape consumer shopping, e-commerce giant Amazon signs on new partner P&G. Far away, a Fish and Wildlife Commission seeks a partner of its own – for a far different reason.
Editor's Blog 10/17/2013 54 comments
Not a tablet, not a laptop, it's a third category of device.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 10/17/2013 11 comments
Oracle's massive patch release this week is just the latest sign that automated patch management is becoming a necessity.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/16/2013 19 comments
Millennials are generally uninterested in cybersecurity careers -- which is dangerous, given the shortage of experts in this vital field.
Alexander van Slooten 10/15/2013 10 comments
Wehkamp.nl secured its position as the top online retailer in the Netherlands by catering to customers on a sophisticated and personal level.
InformationWeek 10/15/2013 14 comments
Some healthcare providers have figured out the best set of IT tools to get patients more involved in their own care.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 10/15/2013 34 comments
BlackBerry is among several vendors hoping it has the magic pill to resolve corporate IT's mobile-management woes.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 10/14/2013 23 comments
The CIO for a major cloud vendor says using the cloud is too risky. That can't be right.
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