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Google product managers describe how digital photo company Shutterfly is a case study example of turning big data into business without massive hardware and software investments.
Jim Hagemann Snabe offers the audience a lesson on Darwin and natural selection. Live from the company's Sapphire Now conference in Orlando.
The F1 auto racing pioneer does a lot more with data than you'd expect.
Wondering what issues are really setting the CIO agenda and keeping tech chiefs up at night? Here's a list from CIOs themselves - and yes, BYOD and cloud are on there.
Relationships between IT and lines of business are fraught with difficulty. To survive, smart IT executives will follow the practical suggestions described in this article.
Peter Blackmore says he will retire once the company finds his successor.
The founder of the customer relations management company discusses machine learning, customer expectations and why your support resources suck.
New CFO Amy Hood has enterprise chops. And that's good because Microsoft needs to focus on the enterprise while it struggles in the post-PC era.
Hood is replacing outgoing CFO Peter Klein, who will remain at Microsoft through the end of June to oversee the transition.
Cognizant's outlook highlights how customers in key verticals — financial services and healthcare — are spending on business process and cloud overhauls despite economic weakness.
After a period of relative obscurity, the erstwhile HP, Palm and Apple executive joins the board of directors at the semiconductor company.
In this episode of CxO Talk, Kim Stevenson presents useful and practical advice to help IT practitioners grow value, influence, and trust in their own organizations.
The co-founder and CEO of the videoconferencing startup discusses collaboration, competition and Marissa Mayer.
While a number of leading companies have succeeded in gathering their customers around them online, the process of socially engaging the external world increasingly looks like a zero sum game for the rest.
Onerous Excel spreadsheets just weren't revealing the true value of individual brokers, so Compagnie Financière Tradition turned to business intelligence for some hard-nosed decisions.