Wannacry Ransomware: The NSA's Fault, But the Attackers Did Us a Huge Favor

By: Rob Enderle    5/15/2017

Let's focus on the causes of the Wannacry attack and why, as bad as this was, the perpetrators might have done us all a huge favor.

Read More

Inmarsat's Newest Satellite Launch: Business as Usual or Cusp of Change?

By: Doug Mohney    5/15/2017

Kennedy Space Center, Florida - Later today, May 15, 2017, SpaceX is scheduled to put an Inmarsat communications satellite into orbit. Is this a turni…

Read More

Trump's Cyber Security EO Lacks Substance

By: Paula Bernier    5/12/2017

More than three months after President Trump was expected to sign a cyber security executive order he finally took pen to paper on this important topi…

Read More

Six Resources for Startups Looking for Funding

By: Special Guest    5/12/2017

Whether you are a business that is just starting out, or already well on your way, there are plenty of online platforms that offer startups advice and…

Read More

Nvidia, Toyota Get Together on Self-Driving Cars

By: Steve Anderson    5/12/2017

Toyota looks to Nvidia's Drive PX supercomputer, Xavier processor, to handle the heavy lifting on its upcoming self-driving car line.

Read More

Verizon Grabs Straight Path from AT&T

By: Paula Bernier    5/11/2017

Less than a month after we got news that AT&T would be buying Straight Path Communications in an effort to expand its spectrum holdings to prepare for…

Read More

Google's New Buy Boosts VR Gaming

By: Steve Anderson    5/11/2017

Google buys Owlchemy Labs, one of the leading VR gaming labs, in a move that should give it a huge new presence in the field.

Read More

How Mobile Millennials are Shaping the Future of the Telecommunications Industry

By: Special Guest    5/10/2017

To determine exactly what millennials will want in their mobile service provider by the year 2022, CSG International recently conducted a survey that …

Read More

How DellEMC's Pivotal Unit Could Keep Car Companies from Going Out of Business

By: Rob Enderle    5/9/2017

I'm at DellEMC World this week and one of the interesting talks was from Michael Dell in a break out talking about the coming autonomous car market an…

Read More

SpaceX and Apple's Dreams of Satellite Broadband Billions

By: Doug Mohney    5/8/2017

Last week on Capitol Hill, SpaceX told a Senate committee about its plans to build a massive satellite constellation to provide broadband services aro…

Read More

Tech Innovations that Will Change the Education System

By: Lindsey Patterson    5/4/2017

A lot of people today complain about the state of public education. They are concerned that student outcomes are getting worse over time. Thankfully, …

Read More

Google Rolls out New Phishing Protection

By: Steve Anderson    5/4/2017

In the wake of a recent phishing scam built around Google Docs, Google releases some new protections against the illicit practice.

Read More

Google Docs Phishing Scam on the March

By: Steve Anderson    5/4/2017

A recent phishing scam built around Google Docs is rapidly spreading online; here's what to watch for.

Read More

The Microsoft Surface Laptop: Is It The One You Want?

By: Rob Enderle    5/2/2017

Today I'm at the Microsoft education announcement and they just did a Steve Jobs' Apple like hardware announcement of a new laptop. What makes a Steve…

Read More

The Linchpin of Your Globalization Strategy is Localization

By: Special Guest    5/1/2017

More than ever before, mid-market companies are looking to move beyond the domestic marketplace and sell more overseas. The key to entering new, globa…

Read More

What If You Could Speak to a Holocaust Survivor? Now You Can

By: Alicia Young    4/28/2017

The USC Shoah Foundation was founded by Steven Spielberg in 1994 to document first-hand accounts of the Holocaust for future generations. Since then, …

Read More

Russian Hacker Receives Record-Breaking Prison Sentence

By: Alicia Young    4/27/2017

Roman Valeryevich Seleznev was sentenced to 27 years in prison last week in the U.S. for stealing millions of credit card details from businesses.

Read More

Microsoft Brings New Talent to LinkedIn, Dynamics 365

By: Steve Anderson    4/27/2017

Microsoft gunning for a place in the human capital management sphere with new application, and the addition of Dynamics 365 to LinkedIn.

Read More

Four Tips for Untouchable Intellectual Property

By: Anna Johansson    4/26/2017

Intellectual property is considered an intangible asset and can include things like recipe ingredients, articles, logos, and proprietary systems and p…

Read More

Is it Time for Someone to Clean Slate a Gaming Console?

By: Rob Enderle    4/24/2017

I've been looking at a lot of the comments on game review articles and forums of late, and gamers appear to be disappointed that the games aren't gett…

Read More

For True Cybersecurity, Executives Must Become Hands-On

By: Special Guest    4/21/2017

Data security is so important that mishandling it can spell disaster for an enterprise. It is a potentially ruinous mistake for executives with non-te…

Read More

Facebook's Latest VR Cameras Offer New Freedom

By: Steve Anderson    4/21/2017

Two new VR cameras from Facebook, of all places, add an impressive new level of freedom for users to shoot video.

Read More

Facebook Working on Shocking New Interfaces

By: Steve Anderson    4/20/2017

A brain-computer interface? It may be coming soon from Facebook.

Read More

A Time Traveling Telescope? VR Makes it Happen

By: Steve Anderson    4/20/2017

With a new virtual reality based telescope, users can see back in time, in this case to the Seine in Paris in 1628.

Read More

Ex-Microsoft Execs Extend Bill Gates' Vision for a Better LinkedIn- One That Pays You

By: Rob Enderle    4/17/2017

One of the most interesting announcements last week was for a new service called Nextio (sounds like 'next to you'). This takes an idea that I first h…

Read More

New Tech Puts Food Companies in the Business of Prevention

By: Anna Johansson    4/13/2017

For many years, businesses have taken the stance of responding to issues as they emerge. But with new advancements in technology, it's becoming clear …

Read More

Business Lessons From Three Little-Known Entrepreneurs Shaping Our World

By: Special Guest    4/13/2017

Three little-known entrepreneurs in particular are shaping the emerging regions of the world in countries where many American entrepreneurs see tremen…

Read More

Knowledge Workers: The Future is at Hand

By: Maurice Nagle    4/12/2017

Workfront CEO Alex Shootman asked the audience during his Tuesday Leap keynote, "What if I could tell y'all what you need to know to know the future?"

Read More

Self-Driving Cars and Their Impact on Your Commute

By: Lindsey Patterson    4/12/2017

With the technology of self-driving cars, your daily commute in the future could be different compared to the current one. Gone will be the days of ha…

Read More

Tesla Passes GM Because It Isn't A Car Company

By: Rob Enderle    4/11/2017

Let's chat about what it means to be a Tesla buyer and why the experience is not only different but generally better than with any other car company.

Read More

Closing the Digital Divide

By: Special Guest    4/10/2017

There is a stark digital divide across the United States. Those without access to fast Internet services are at a disadvantage, unable to benefit from…

Read More

Six Ways Video Tech Will Change in the Next Decade

By: Anna Johansson    4/7/2017

Video remains one of the most popular mediums for content consumption in the world, but like all technologies, video tech is undergoing constant forms…

Read More

Google Announces Android O with Impressive Battery Life

By: Larry Alton    4/7/2017

If there's one thing that smartphone users always complain about, it's the battery life of their phones. Google thinks it may have found the solution …

Read More

Keeping Your Business Information Safe

By: Lindsey Patterson    4/7/2017

By understanding the digital threat landscape and implementing security best practices, business managers can drastically reduce the risk of a serious…

Read More

CoreDial to Channel Partners: Get Your Unfair Share

By: Doug Mohney    4/6/2017

CoreDial is encouraging partners to move upmarket, since a SME customer will have more seats and buy more value-added services - hence, generating mor…

Read More

Binge-Watchers Rejoice: YouTube TV is Finally Here

By: Alicia Young    4/5/2017

YouTube TV launched today in a select few markets, and by the looks of it, this is a service both binge-watchers and casual TV fans alike are going to…

Read More

Looking to Launch Your Digital Transformation?

By: Paula Bernier    4/5/2017

As with any journey, you have to start someplace. And a good place to start your digital transformation journey is by improving your communications so…

Read More

Why Women Should Pursue Careers in Data Privacy

By: Special Guest    4/5/2017

As a woman in tech, I'm no stranger to the major gender gap in the industry. According to the AAUW, women only hold 26 percent of IT jobs - a number t…

Read More

Blackberry and Argo AI: Will They Be Enough to Keep Tesla from Displacing Ford?

By: Rob Enderle    4/4/2017

Ford got a wake-up call yesterday morning; Tesla just passed Ford in valuation, making Tesla, with only two cars, more valuable on paper than Ford wit…

Read More

Skype Users Be Warned: Ransomware Afoot

By: Steve Anderson    4/3/2017

New complaints on the rise about a breed of ransomware malware slipping into fake Flash ads on the Skype platform.

Read More

Verizon Shuffles, Adds New Network Team Leader

By: Steve Anderson    4/3/2017

A restructuring at Verizon brings in the former CEO of Ericsson to run its network team.

Read More

Amazon Vonage Acquisition on the Horizon?

By: Doug Mohney    3/30/2017

Amazon continues to roll the unified communications (UC) community. This week, it added call center services to its virtual offerings through Amazon W…

Read More

Congress Passes Consumer Privacy Rollback

By: Paula Bernier    3/29/2017

Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted 215-205 to eliminate privacy rules aimed at protecting the browsing histories and data of U.S. broadband…

Read More

How Enhanced Connectivity Benefits Analytics and Big Data

By: Lindsey Patterson    3/29/2017

Potential benefits of data analysis include enhanced marketing potential, the ability to improve overall efficiency as well as the means to track and …

Read More

Think IT Can Handle Security On Its Own? Think Again

By: Special Guest    3/28/2017

One of the major fears of any IT department is losing control - of projects, of users, of applications. Yet, even with the best technology solutions, …

Read More

Optane: Intel Builds a Supercharger for PCs

By: Rob Enderle    3/28/2017

Optane is Intel's brand name for 3D XPoint memory, a brand-new memory architecture which has speed a bit slower than DRAM but otherwise performs like …

Read More

IBM's Cloud/Data/AI Trinity Vision

By: Doug Mohney    3/27/2017

If you want to know what the future of IT looks like, it's always good to look to IBM. The company pioneered and championed PCs, the Internet, open so…

Read More

The Seven Most Important Features of Any BYOD Policy

By: Larry Alton    3/27/2017

While there's no single "correct" way to design and implement a BYOD policy, there are some staple features you'll need to include if you want to pres…

Read More

Spring Clean Your IT

By: Special Guest    3/27/2017

Spring calls for a fresh start after a long, dreary winter. There's plenty to tidy up, from the dust collecting on your shelves to the software and ha…

Read More

Wearable Trackers Are Not a Passing Fad

By: Stefania Viscusi    3/24/2017

Wearable fitness trackers are growing in popularity with no slowing for the market in site. Updating those gadgets with fashionable accessories is an …

Read More