Posts posted in June 2011
IE Radio 6/27/2011 182 comments
The role of IT has grown so important in many organizations that the CEO has taken charge. Join us as we discuss the trend toward linking IT more closely to enterprise top brass.
IE Radio 6/24/2011 147 comments
The United States is walking an ever finer line between offensive and defensive cyber warfare.
IE Radio 6/21/2011 185 comments
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) says it will drastically expand the number of domain name suffixes from the current 22, with the addition of generic top-level domains (gTLDs). While this sounds like a great opportunity for midmarket companies, caution is advised before spending big bucks on a vanity domain.
Join Senior Editor Michael Singer in a Live Chat on Tuesday, June 21 at 1 p.m. Eastern to discuss the pros and cons of gTLDs.
IE Radio 6/17/2011 163 comments
Ron Johnson, who recently served as Apple's senior vice president of retail, is coming to the iconic department chain. Join Senior Editor Michael Singer as we discuss what lies ahead for both companies and how retail is making a comeback in the digital age.
IE Radio 6/14/2011 227 comments
The IPv6 Day event organized by the Internet Society on June 7 and 8 showed a lot of support for the new version of the Internet Protocol from content and service providers – and the need for more action on the user side. IT pros worldwide are being challenged to face up to the need for dual-stack support. We'll be talking today about how they are or aren't likely to meet that challenge, and why.
IE Radio 6/10/2011 256 comments
LulzSec has raised its profile this month with hacks on Sony and an FBI affiliate. Does this activity have a serious purpose or is it, as the group's name suggests, just for the laugh-out-louds?
IE Radio 6/7/2011 155 comments
CEO Steve Jobs took the stage Monday to announce the company's next generation Mac OS X operating system, code-named Lion; the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, which powers iPad and iPhone; and iCloud, Apple's upcoming cloud services offering. Join Senior Editor, Michael Singer, in an online discussion and live chat about this means for midmarket companies.
IE Radio 6/3/2011 219 comments
CEOs are not usually early adopters of technology unless it comes to mobile devices. iPhones, iPads, Android, BlackBerry... Some call it consumerization, others promote bring-your-own-device (BYOD). Either way, it's causing headaches for some enterprises. Please join Internet Evolution Senior Editor Michael Singer in a Live Chat about what some companies are doing about it and what is on the minds of executives today.
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