Posts posted in July 2011
IE Radio 7/29/2011 113 comments
This time it's legal. Following the FBI arrests, Anonymous switches to a Distributed Boycott of Services attack against Paypal.
IE Radio 7/27/2011 189 comments
Wellness programs are becoming a feasible option even for small to mid-size enterprises especially with the increasing uptake of online wellbeing solutions.
IE Radio 7/25/2011 195 comments
As Vivek Kundra leaves his post as US Federal CIO for a Harvard fellowship, his outspoken comments resonate not just for government IT but for enterprise professionals as well. A key point: Abandon old ways of thinking about technology and its procurement.
IE Radio 7/18/2011 262 comments
For many executives and their organizations, the real transformation of online commerce will require a lot of soul-searching -- and some very difficult changes.
IE Radio 7/15/2011 157 comments
The White House's announcement of 24/7 communications links with Russia on cybersecurity issues is welcome but lacks substance.
IE Radio 7/14/2011 226 comments
As author of the book, Always On: Language in an Online and Mobile World, and as professor of linguistics and language at American University in Washington, D.C., Naomi Baron is uniquely qualified to parse the layers of meaning in emoticons and other Net-speak. In this, Prof. Baron's second appearance on IE Radio, she'll answer questions on the growing emergence of mobile, text messaging, and always-on Internet links in our daily lives.
IE Radio 7/12/2011 135 comments
Vendors are offering tools which claim to provide rich real-time feedback loops on social media marketing strategies. Are enterprises, which are still getting to grips with ROI metrics for social media in general, ready to take advantage of these options?
IE Radio 7/11/2011 98 comments
A recent report indicates that universities are failing to train future employees to cope with so-called big data or to manage business intelligence. If, as the McKinsey Global Institute states, the need for trained BI workers will exceed the actual workforce available by 60 percent in 2018, we have a problem. IT professionals will be looking at where and how to obtain people with the right skills to meet the needs of companies seeking the balance of business and IT skills required to cope with big data. And is this really an IT problem?
IE Radio 7/8/2011 90 comments
Microsoft this week reported major progress in cleaning computers infected by Rustock.
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