When it comes to computing in the cloud, there is a lot to consider. For some organizations, the biggest question is whether to go public or private. There are some big differences and lots to consider, including security, compliance, and even ways to make money with your cloud choice. Join host Jonas Tichenor, along with HP Cloud Strategist Jacob Van Ewyk, CBS Interactive Sr. Director of IT Infrastructure Stephen Comstock and ZDNet Editors, David Gewirtz and Andrew Nusca for an interactive deep dive into which approach is better for your company.
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If you're using your personal mobile device for work, and there's a good chance you are, you could be putting your device and your organizations data at risk. The trend of BYOD is way past the experimental stage, so how is corporate IT staying ahead of the curve and still allowing anytime, anywhere access. Join host Jonas Tichenor, ZDNet Editor Andrew Nusca, MokaFive COO Purnima Padmanabham, and CBS Interactive's Sr. Director of IT Infrastructure Steve Comstock for a lively debate on the consumerization of IT and how it can effect your business.
The products, the leaders, the rivals, the roadmaps: ZDNet's 'Hot Topics' webcast delivers valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing these three technology giants. Join host Jonas Tichenor, ZDNet Editor Andrew Nusca, as well as CNET's Dan Farber and Josh Lowensohn for an in-depth look at who may be standing out among the big three.
Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Twitter, they're the hottest social media companies on the Web - and the data shared and searched on these social networks is valuable to organizations. But how valuable? And is one piece of social data worth more than another? How your business thinks about and uses social media information could impact your bottom line. Host Jonas Tichenor, Backupify CEO Rob May, and ZDNet Editor Andrew Nusca discuss how to quantify the value of social media.
Tim Cook unveils Apple's new iPad, to much fanfare but little surprise. Who needs magic? by Andrew Nusca
The U.S. Justice Department is stockpiling prosecutorial ammunition to pursue copyright infringement crimes. The problem, editor Andrew Nusca writes, is that the law isn't any clearer.
At the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, hardware will take a backseat to software -- perhaps for good. Editor Andrew Nusca offers his preview in anticipation of next week's show.
When your phone is no longer distinctive from the rest, what does it become? A commodity. That's precisely what's happening with Google Android devices, writes editor Andrew Nusca.
Is social media getting too social for its own good? Editor Andrew Nusca explains why he's falling out of love with Facebook and others.
Monday morning analysis: Apple's App Store is a competitive advantage for its mobile devices. But we have yet to see its potential fulfilled in the iPad, Andrew Nusca writes.
ZDNet's The Toybox blog says goodbye to Rachel King and Andrew Nusca, and welcomes Ricardo Bilton and Gloria Sin. The gadget goodness kicks into high gear.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 is notable for integrating several different corporate groups in one platform. ZDNet editor Andrew Nusca reports from the company's press conference in New York City.
Didn't make it into NYC today for the International Auto Show, but felt it relevant to report that Ford and Microsoft are teaming up an application that will keep tabs on when your hybrid vehicle needs a recharge.As Andrew Nusca reports on our SmartPlanet sister blog network, the energy management application is made possible by the Microsoft Hohm technology.
Snow and my schedule prevented me from getting into New York this week to attend the Consumer Electronics Association's Greener Gadgets conference, but one of my more local colleagues, Andrew Nusca, managed to make it. His coverage, over at our Smart Planet sister blog network, explores the vital role of good design in products that seek to make a green or social impact.
In this episode of The Big Question, Jason Hiner, Andrew Nusca and I handicap the entertaining marketing scrum between Verizon and AT&T. Who's right?
This morning I read two fine articles here on ZDNet that looked at price. Jason Perlow touched on price in his "Der Frankenputer" piece, and Andrew Nusca took the subject of price head on in his piece "Culture of cheap: How discount computers cost the consumer". But what effect does price have on a consumer?
As you may have noticed we've had a bit of a graphic swap at the top of the blog. Tom Steinert-Threlkeld has been swapped for Andrew Nusca.
I had planned to provide oodles of specs today for the latest cabinet architecture from Rackable Systems, a product it is calling Cloudrack C2. But ZDNet's gadget guy Andrew Nusca over at The ToyBox land beat me to the punch.
Fellow ZDNet blogger, Andrew Nusca, asked a great question today: "Should Microsoft give Windows 7 away for free?" He answers his own question, with a pretty big yes (at least under certain conditions), but I think his question is even more relevant here in the land of Ed Tech than it might be for businesses or consumers.
Fellow ZDNet blogger, Andrew Nusca, wrote a great piece highlighting the challenges faced by a tech-savvy staff entering a White House in the "technological dark ages.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)