Ron Miller 5/17/2013 22 comments
How can CIOs and CISOs ensure their companies meet government security and privacy demands when the administration itself appears to have divergent goals and intentions?
Ron Miller 5/6/2013 22 comments
Why are technophiles so fixated on Google Glass privacy issues when more intrusive, less expensive devices are readily available today?
Ron Miller 4/23/2013 35 comments
The Senate is expected to vote on CISPA this week. If, as predicted, senators approve this legislation, President Obama has said he will veto it.
Ron Miller 4/11/2013 62 comments
Only one web company is fighting FBI secret warrantless information requests. And it might not be who you'd think.
Ron Miller 4/4/2013 98 comments
Exploring the world through Google-colored glasses.
Ron Miller 4/1/2013 66 comments
The Associated Press's court victory could diminish rights to share links.
Ron Miller 3/21/2013 69 comments
The only way to succeed is to stay connected -- and staying connected requires a smartphone. Thus, smartphones have become a moral imperative for today's world.
Ron Miller 10/18/2012 32 comments
Enterprises are lukewarm about the latest version of Windows, perhaps because desktop operating systems matter less.
Ron Miller 10/11/2012 17 comments
A talk this week by Clayton Christensen highlighted the importance of IT professionals accepting, understanding, and adapting to the disruptions in technology.
Ron Miller 10/4/2012 20 comments
IT doesn't want employee movements tracked across the Web any more than individuals want it.
Ron Miller 9/25/2012 22 comments
Iran wants to cut off access to the public Internet, but history has proven the dangers for any country that takes this approach.
Ron Miller 9/19/2012 39 comments
The Obama administration seems intent on getting involved in advising IT professionals on how to do their jobs.
Ron Miller 9/11/2012 37 comments
Apple is eyeing the Internet radio market, but common sense and experience indicate it should simply give it a miss.
Ron Miller 9/10/2012 41 comments
Governments everywhere seem intent on finding ways to control and monitor Internet communication. Resist!
Ron Miller 9/5/2012 29 comments
Recent incidents of copyright control actions depict a boundary-less online police state that's running amok.
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.
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.
Ron Miller 8/15/2012 28 comments
A new microblogging service is proving that open APIs matter to developers, who are willing to pay for access to them.
Ron Miller 8/10/2012 41 comments
Google is not just tracking your data, but data about its own employees.
Ron Miller 8/6/2012 46 comments
Ironically, Craigslist, which changed the world of the want ad, is turning on innovators and taking them to court.
Ron Miller 8/2/2012 60 comments
US CEOs are making more to fail than most of us will see in many years of working.
Ron Miller 7/31/2012 29 comments
The recording industry is suing for piracy damages on behalf of artists, then taking the money for its own use.
Ron Miller 7/27/2012 47 comments
If Twitter can surmount the logistical challenges, it could transform online video entertainment.
Ron Miller 7/24/2012 74 comments
Former Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson may end up in a better spot than new hire Marissa Mayer.
Ron Miller 6/28/2012 45 comments
Miami Heat co-owner Ranaan Katz is suing Google and a blogger for an "unflattering" photo. Not the wisest choice for a public figure.
Ron Miller 6/18/2012 50 comments
An elementary school student in Scotland has learned the power of social networking through a blog she started for charity.
Ron Miller 6/11/2012 15 comments
The Motion Picture Association of America is claiming a say in the restoration of files to Megaupload users – a say it arguably doesn't deserve.
Ron Miller 5/31/2012 11 comments
On specialized microsites, Google is offering end users access to some of the big-data it gleans from the Web.
Ron Miller 5/21/2012 44 comments
If Facebook hopes to reap advertising success from mobile apps, it must put energy into a better mobile interface.
Ron Miller 5/16/2012 27 comments
The Nielsen ratings, on which broadcast TV ads are based, fails to recognize the new realities of TV consumption.
Ron Miller 5/10/2012 56 comments
The financial analyst who criticized Zuck for wearing a hoodie on Facebook's Wall Street roadshow is off base, the author says.
Ron Miller 5/8/2012 50 comments
Years after Google fired "Don't Be Evil" at Microsoft, the company has found its slogan no longer applies.
Ron Miller 5/1/2012 27 comments
Rumor has it that Hulu wants to tie its service to a cable TV subscription. Talk about shooting oneself in the foot!
Ron Miller 4/23/2012 53 comments
Technologies used for legitimate surveillance are being sold to dictatorial regimes for political repression.
Ron Miller 4/18/2012 33 comments
Complaints about Comcast from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings reflect some justifiable concerns about unfair Internet caps on streaming video.
Ron Miller 4/13/2012 53 comments
The precipitous decline of Sony's fortunes is proof that even brands that are riding the crest of the wave can fall from grace.
Ron Miller 4/9/2012 17 comments
As the Internet of Things expands, finding apps for the data collected may be a winning strategy.
Ron Miller 4/2/2012 61 comments
Facebook and other social sites don't admit that at heart they aren't social networks at all, but data gathering services.
Ron Miller 3/26/2012 36 comments
At a conference last week in San Francisco, Clay Shirky discussed the fallacy that the Web in general, and Facebook in particular, are just for young people.
Ron Miller 3/20/2012 42 comments
A proposed Copyright Alert System would enable media companies and ISPs to circumvent the legal process and punish perceived piracy on their own.
Ron Miller 3/16/2012 53 comments
At the recent CeBIT trade show in Germany, Eric Schmidt described a digital caste system -- and how to eliminate it.
Ron Miller 3/13/2012 18 comments
Tobii's eye-tracking software/hardware combination could offer an exciting interface for future laptops and desktops.
Ron Miller 3/7/2012 31 comments
A ball on display in Europe could boost professional sports -- and possibly other businesses, too.
Ron Miller 2/21/2012 31 comments
Apple is facing more than accusations of Band-Aiding its labor problems in China.
Ron Miller 2/14/2012 47 comments
A battle is raging worldwide, in various pieces of government legislation and among patent trolls, for the freedoms of the Internet and the World Wide Web.
Ron Miller 2/8/2012 68 comments
Amazon's plan to go brick and mortar after a successful online career is ill advised to say the least.
Ron Miller 2/3/2012 81 comments
For big tech firms, the charitable foundation established by the multibillionaire Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, is an example worth following.
Ron Miller 1/26/2012 160 comments
Apple's latest earnings report is great. Now, it's time for the company to fix some of its social conscience issues.
Ron Miller 1/19/2012 78 comments
Content piracy isn't what the big media companies would have you believe. It's time to take a look at what it really means.
Ron Miller 1/13/2012 60 comments
The Motion Picture Association of America aggressively seeks out content pirates -- perhaps too aggressively.
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