Maria Korolov 5/21/2013 22 comments
Organizations and individuals should take advantage of today's wide-ranging, free online classes in technology, business, and everything in between.
Maria Korolov 4/26/2013 79 comments
Gesture and voice interfaces are a far cry from punch cards and paper tape.
Maria Korolov 4/23/2013 92 comments
Smart watches are cool, and they also improve mobile security.
Maria Korolov 3/7/2013 29 comments
Get the most out of meetings with free note-taking apps like Evernote and OneNote.
Maria Korolov 2/4/2013 34 comments
China's state-controlled enterprises play by a different set of rules, as the recent media-focused hacking attacks show.
Maria Korolov 1/2/2013 14 comments
Expect to invest time and resources when tackling the Chinese market.
Maria Korolov 12/20/2012 87 comments
The popular consumer cloud service unveiled its enterprise offering this month.
Maria Korolov 12/17/2012 31 comments
Android dominates many nations' smartphone sales, but the iPhone 5 and a new retail store could increase Apple's share in China.
Maria Korolov 12/12/2012 17 comments
Social media users out-trick automated systems, making censorship a laborious, time-consuming -- and futile -- task.
Maria Korolov 12/6/2012 20 comments
Discussions underway in Dubai are raising fears that some nations will more easily be able to disconnect citizens from the web.
Maria Korolov 11/28/2012 34 comments
Smartphones equipped with speech recognition, translation, and reading text out loud capabilities are changing the rules for international business travel and outsourcing.
Maria Korolov 11/5/2012 28 comments
At least one organization won't be switching from to Microsoft Office Web Apps from Google Docs anytime soon.
Maria Korolov 11/5/2012 12 comments
Big-data is challenge enough. Thankfully, cost-effective solutions are emerging to help IT cope.
Maria Korolov 10/25/2012 18 comments
International marketers face problems in the Chinese market as US search engines fade in popularity and the government continues to block Internet traffic.
Maria Korolov 10/15/2012 21 comments
Are you worried about the risk posed by employees armed with their own mobile devices? Here are ways to ensure they don't hurt your enterprise.
Maria Korolov 10/9/2012 14 comments
A few tweaks to corporate browsers could mean a new level of security for enterprises.
Maria Korolov 10/4/2012 28 comments
Apple and Android are getting set to dominate the corporate smartphone world.
Maria Korolov 9/27/2012 76 comments
With a robust Internet, plenty of educated young people, and a growing economy, China should be on top of the IT market. Here's why it's not.
Maria Korolov 9/21/2012 31 comments
A law President Obama signed last week provides an online forum for outside comments on pending patents and even patents already granted.
Maria Korolov 9/18/2012 24 comments
For companies, the emerging 3D Web, hypergrid, or "metaverse" requires facing up to a handful of tough challenges that won't be resolved quickly or easily.
Maria Korolov 8/27/2012 40 comments
Virtual desktop software makes it possible to access mission-critical enterprise applications using practical, lightweight Chromebooks.
Maria Korolov 7/30/2012 26 comments
No one uses voicemail anymore, thanks to text, email, Google Voice transcriptions, and other Internet-based solutions.
Maria Korolov 7/19/2012 18 comments
Support desk cutbacks can reduce productivity. Here are some ways to avoid that scenario by helping users to help themselves.
Maria Korolov 7/16/2012 10 comments
Hadoop has turned into a preferred way for vendors and businesses to gather unstructured data for analysis.
Maria Korolov 6/14/2012 24 comments
Despite the proliferation of credit card readers, mobile payments aren't catching on with merchants or their customers yet.
Maria Korolov 6/8/2012 22 comments
Should your enterprise shift to Windows 8 this fall? Consider these issues before you make that move.
Maria Korolov 6/4/2012 21 comments
North American enterprises aren't adequately insured against data loss, theft, or hacking. Many of them could regret that in the future.
Maria Korolov 5/1/2012 8 comments
HTML5 offers great benefits, but adoption is hindered because each browser is implementing it in pieces and at different rates.
Maria Korolov 4/26/2012 42 comments
If your enterprise opts for a Bring Your Own Device strategy, here's how to avoid potential problems that could negate the benefits.
Maria Korolov 4/9/2012 8 comments
If you're considering an enterprise smartphone, Android or iOS aren't just your best bets. They're the only viable ones.
Maria Korolov 3/29/2012 20 comments
Creating virtual worlds is suddenly and dramatically cheaper, thanks to Kitely and a range of OpenSim content.
Maria Korolov 3/12/2012 23 comments
The addition of voice to OpenSim is quietly revolutionizing virtual world platforms.
Maria Korolov 2/22/2012 12 comments
A series of legal decisions and regulations are putting companies in the hot seat when it comes to warning customers about -- and paying for -- data breaches.
Maria Korolov 2/17/2012 42 comments
Good email services can reduce spam volumes significantly. It's worth it to make the change if you still find spam a problem.
Maria Korolov 2/13/2012 15 comments
Cloud computing is predicted to become the prime mover of enterprise data. But some caveats apply.
Maria Korolov 1/31/2012 18 comments
The emerging Hypergrid is as important a development for virtual worlds as the World Wide Web was for Internet sites.
Maria Korolov 12/1/2011 18 comments
Virtual world developers are looking for ways to avoid patent battles before they begin.
Maria Korolov 11/24/2011 37 comments
Increased use of cloud services is making IT irrelevant in businesses large and small.
Maria Korolov 11/16/2011 34 comments
The only thing holding us back from a completely disk-free world is entertainment. And soon that will succumb as well.
Maria Korolov 11/8/2011 37 comments
Geeks care about security. Consumers, not so much. Hence, Firefox could be shooting itself in the foot with its Boot to Gecko strategy.
Maria Korolov 10/25/2011 43 comments
For Google to succeed in social media, it must open up its platform to developers and become more "sociable."
Maria Korolov 10/17/2011 15 comments
Here's how to protect your data from getting lost when Google or some other provider discontinues your enterprise social network.
Maria Korolov 10/10/2011 22 comments
More reliance on cloud services is one way the Amazon Fire could become the first tablet to really distinguish itself from the iPad.
Maria Korolov 9/22/2011 27 comments
Browser-based mobile applications offer a range of benefits for enterprise use.
Maria Korolov 9/7/2011 35 comments
Like a range of genres across the years, online video games are coming into their own as legitimate artistic entities.
Maria Korolov 8/10/2011 9 comments
Cloud services give young companies a quick way to get systems up and running without borrowing money to do it.
Maria Korolov 6/30/2011 26 comments
By going open-source, an Internet platform popular with enterprises just might become top choice for the 3D Web.
Maria Korolov 5/19/2011 12 comments
There is a spate of new platforms for the creation and launch of business-based virtual worlds.
Maria Korolov 5/9/2011 23 comments
Virtual meeting platforms are appealing to enterprise users, but choosing among options can be challenging.
Maria Korolov 4/11/2011 13 comments
How do many virtual organizations stay in business? Cloud services are the answer
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