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Future of United States to 2025

Ten years ago, the iPhone had yet to be introduced. Fast forward to today and this device’s dramatic ripple effects in the US and abroad have ranged from upending the taxi industry by enabling Uber, to dramatically altering the future of the US logistics industry via growth of online shopping. [...]

Analytics, IOT, Social, Location, Security -- & How To All Get Along: A Note to C-Suiters

I sit in the C-Suite. (Not now, but I used to.) I am not the CIO or CTO. (Not now, but I used to be.) I am a retailer (for my purposes here). I was just asked three questions at an investor conference: “What’s your technology plan?” “What new technologies are you tracking?” “How will these [...]

TeradataVoice: The Four Essential Truths Of Real-Time Customer Engagement: The First Truth

Let’s face it: Not all customers are created equal. Some customers are your lifeblood; others seem to drain the life out of you. Different customers drive different degrees of revenue, just as they require varying costs to serve. Understanding these distinctions, and adapting your interactions and the offers you extend, [...]

'Halo 5: Guardians' Goes Gold, Celebrates With An Infograph

'Halo 5' has gone gold, and Microsoft is celebrating with a nifty inforgraph.

Morgan Stanley Lowering Tesla's Price Target Is A Joke

Morgan Stanley wimped out by only lowering Tesla’s price target by $15.

Emerson's Peters On The 'Last Room' And Other Barriers To Internet Of Things (IoT) Adoption

Charlie Peters is senior executive vice president at Emerson, a 125 year-old global manufacturing company with over $24 billion in 2014 revenues. In a wide-ranging phone conversation recently, Peters talked about barriers to adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT)

Microsoft Surface 4: McAfee Says Hackers Will Find 100 Major Bugs

Thinking about buying a Microsoft Surface Pro 4?  You may want to delay until the device and its operating system - Windows 10 - is a bit more secure… and that could take a couple of years. A recent Computerworld article - “Windows 10 is for suckers” - stated that “Windows [...]

Box's Evolution: From Simple File Service To Multi-App Content Management Platform

Box has always tried to differentiate itself from the plethora of cloud file sync-and-share startups by focusing on enterprise customers and their requirements. This led the company down the path of providing greater management control over users and content. Show More Summary

How Genetic Analysis Of Yeast Could Lead To Better Tasting Lagers

New strains of yeast being developed in the lab could lead to a much bigger flavor variety among lagers.

Why Are So Many Las Vegas Uber Drivers Lying to Their Insurance Companies?

When Uber launched in Las Vegas in mid-September, it was a momentous day.  Residents and visitors to Sin City could finally open up the Uber app and hail a ride (in most places at least) from their phone.  On the other side of things, you also had hundreds of Uber [...]

New PS4 Feature Can Get Creepy And Expensive

Jeff Grubb, a writer at VentureBeat, posted this screenshot of Destiny invading his PlayStation 4 and strong-arming money right out of his wallet. Did you turn on your PS4 recently to discover that the thing had gone and downloaded Destiny without your permission? Apparently, that's actually what Sony meant to happen, [...]

Sony Does The Unthinkable, Tries To Sell PS4 Owners A Game They Don't Own Yet

The internet is outraged again as Sony tries to sell gamers a video game to play on their video game console.

Medicare's Competitive Bidding Fiasco

The Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Supplies (DMEPOS) Competitive Bidding Program (CBP) was mandated by Congress through the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA). The statute requires that Medicare replace the current fee schedule payment methodology for selected items with a competitive bid process. The [...]

Security: Simulated Phishing Attacks Yield 37 Percent Return On Investment

Phishing attacks cost an average large company nearly $4 million USD annually, according to new research from the Ponemon Institute. Telecom provider Verizon reported, in its 2015 Data Breach Report, that 23 percent of recipients of phishing emails open them. Train yourself, friends and colleagues with personalized safe free simulated phishing attacks

Top 10 New Phishing Scams: How You And Your Company Can Thwart Them

Phishing attacks are again in the headlines. And for good reason. Phishing attacks are legion. What should you be on the lookout for and what are the top phishing attacks of 2015?

We Have The Push, Now We Need The Pull - A "Blockchain And The Arts" State Of The Union

There's a distinct sense that the train has begun to leave the station with respect to blockchain technology being utilized by artists. Artists like Imogen Heap and others are now pushing content onto the Blockchain. What we need next are content consumers to start creating systems to pull it in. Show More Summary

Tech Unicorn Gets Cold Shoulder As Pure Storage Opens Below IPO Price

Flash storage firm Pure Storage breaks below IPO price in early trading amid swirl of criticism over Silicon Valley valuations.

Will Rackspace Make Amazon Web Services (AWS) A Reality For The Masses?

Just about every IT organization on Earth has contemplated what their future cloud strategy will look like. Cloud services come in many flavors these days: private, hybrid, and public clouds with service offerings that include IT infrastructure hardware (IaaS), platform services (PaaS), and software / application services (SaaS). Leading companies [...]

Using Science To Bake A Perfect Cookie

The American Chemical Society explains how to use science to bake a perfect cookie.

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