Posts posted in September 2011
IE Radio 9/29/2011 131 comments
Chris Westphal is an expert in data visualization, data mining, and analyzing complex data sets. During his career, he has designed analytical systems and provided management expertise to critical government programs addressing organized crime, narcotics trafficking, money laundering, terrorism, tax evasion, insider trading, border crossings, smuggling, and criminal enterprises.
IE Radio 9/26/2011 130 comments
Executives often view telecommuting as a drain on productivity. In light of recent reseach, they may be justified. On the other hand, there are benefits that C-suiters should consider before setting policies against telecommuting.
IE Radio 9/23/2011 102 comments
The Pirate Party's success in German state elections together with its growing international presence suggests there might after all be a future for political activism with roots in underground movements like content piracy and hacking.
IE Radio 9/22/2011 82 comments
Jillian C. York is the Director of International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). She also holds a position on the Board of Directors of Global Voices Online. We'll talk to her about the intersection of politics, free expression, and the Web in the wake of riots in the UK and uprisings in the Arab world.
IE Radio 9/21/2011 111 comments
The time for piecemeal, employee-led integration of mobile into the working environment is over. The midmarket needs to exploit the opportunities created by rapid developments in mobile technology by developing a user profile-based mobile strategy.
IE Radio 9/19/2011 145 comments
A recent security breach at global bank UBS raises many questions about the effectiveness of IT-based risk management systems, both at the bank and in other enterprises worldwide.
IE Radio 9/15/2011 108 comments
Rachael Chong left investment banking for the world of microfinance. She helped start-up the USA branch of BRAC, mobilizing skills-based volunteers to provide financial services and other support to the poor, especially in Asia and Africa. Following the success of BRAC USA, Rachael founded Catchafire.org, an innovative Web-based nonprofit which matches skilled volunteers to meaningful pro bono opportunities, helping nonprofits and social enterprises to leverage the goodwill of trained professionals. We'll talk to her about her latest venture and the state of online giving and activism.
IE Radio 9/12/2011 166 comments
As CEO Carol Bartz is ousted, Yahoo seems to be coming face to face with the issues that have resulted in its underachieving market presence. What the future holds is questionable, though, and Yahoo may not survive as a single company.
IE Radio 9/9/2011 103 comments
Following yesterday's news about the hacking of certification authority DigiNotar, we learn today that another CA, GlobalSign, has suffered a similar breach. Is this the end of security certificates as a digital security tool?
IE Radio 9/8/2011 206 comments
Robert Hernandez has made a name for himself as a journalist of the Web, not just on the Web. His primary focus is exploring and developing the intersection of technology and journalism – to empower people, inform reporting and storytelling, engage community, improve distribution, and, whenever possible, enhance revenue.
IE Radio 9/6/2011 110 comments
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