Technology is such a vital competitive differentiator that all business execs, whether they are CIOs, CEOs, CFOs or CMOs, need to understand the essentials.
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UPDATED: Coincidentally, the news about the Google+ chief's departure reportedly leaked on Secret, of all places, first.
LinkedIn already has a few familiar names signed up for Content Partners, including The Atlantic and Bloomberg.
UPDATED: Zynga also slipped in a few other new hires alongside the Pincus announcement.
A system cannot mature its way out of a fundamentally wrong architectural choice. Companies as modern and data-focused as Facebook, Google, and Cloudera continue to make meaningful investments in SQL technologies.
Hackers are now targeting cloud-based apps and systems almost as much as on-premise environments, particularly with so-called brute force attacks and vulnerability scans.
Android devices now account for more ad impressions than iOS devices, even if those ads don't create as much money.
Like it or not, IT directors are beginning to lose control of the IT agenda. But is that a good thing?
Adobe's Social Media Intelligence Report highlights how dominant Facebook is becoming as a social outlet for marketers and how they need to continually tweak strategies like they do when Google changes algorithms.
UPDATED: Apparently the former GitHub president's resignation also has to do with Oculus VR.
While there are plenty of new products emerging to challenge organizations in the way they plan, drive, deliver, and support the business, it helps to understand the leading players.
As enterprise technology often struggles to keep up with the consumer world, here are the high impact products breaking into the mainstream with excellent chance to help companies keep up and get ahead.
AMD's chief information officer tells ZDNet how his company's efforts to compete amid financial downturn rest on its innovation efforts, because the chipmaker can't innovate without a solid internal IT system.
The withdrawal of support for XP helped one organisation decide its best option was a move away from Microsoft Windows as its main operating system.
Chinese Internet company Alibaba is preparing for IPO this summer. Smart tech vendors will need to adjust their focus to prepare for the seismic shift in the way we are soon going to shop online.
Samsung has spent $770 million over the last two years marketing its mobile devices and has dented Apple. But good luck pinning a Facebook like, Super Bowl ads, and buzz to actual sales. Better analytics are likely to change that equation.