II heard a marketer say recently, “Publishing numbers in a powerpoint deck does not make them true.”
We have never had greater access to data to make decisions. But it has also never been easier to cherry pick data to support whatever point we’re trying to make.Being data-driven in our decision making increasingly means being data-skeptical....
A mobile app and guidance system concept called Lantern may one day help blind New Yorkers navigate the city’s convoluted subway system. The app works by communicating with bottle cap-sized beacons located around a subway platform, directing users...
A recent CRN report indicates that small and medium businesses alone will spend over $ 100 billion globally on cloud computing services. The growth in cloud computing, better hardware and the number of cloud service providers besides increase in the applications available for cloud is prompting enterpreneurs the world over to make the switch.
Cloud computing is a broad term that covers specific services such as Saas (software as a service), IaaS (infrastructure as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service). Cloud based services enhance productivity and efficiencis while lowering costs: one of the main reasons for the transition. Apart from this switching to the cloud offers other benefits and advantages.
Get all your aaS's straight. Assess the benefits and advantages of switching your business to the cloud.
The sharing movement is in full swing. Innovative “collaborative consumption” companies are helping pool under-utilized assets such homes, boats, cars and then renting them out as services. With the rise of peer-to-peer sharing, it also makes sense that cloud computing—which is compute and storage “resource pooling” and renting—would also gain traction. But just as there are risks in sharing property and other assets, there are also risks in sharing cloud computing infrastructures.
This past weekend, San Francisco's Outside Lands was a glimpse of our future. Get ready to craft a branded experience.
Excerpt: Did we say “mimic the feel”? We meant “craft the branded experience.” And it’s just one small way that, for better and worse, tech companies are using Outside Lands this year to leave a handprint on your concert-going experience.
Microsoft (MSFT) Office 365 has fierce competition in the marketplace, especially with more than 50 percent of Fortune 500 companies leveraging Google (GOOG) Apps for Business, but one managed services provider (MSP) owner has stayed with Microsoft...
As tablets and smartphones become more common in the workplace, companies such as Red Robin Gourmet Burger are turning to a new generation of mobile device management software to make the most of mobility.
Enterprises are reluctant to embrace cloud computing because of the complexity of integrating with their own legacy system, according to a survey. (RT @helenakreid: Are your own antique systems holding you back?
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