LinkedIn, a social networking site for business professionals, has been in such high demand amongst advertisers that it will be launching its own advertising network. What made LinkedIn such a sought-after site? The registered...
How important is it, as a CIO, to have a fashion-accessory phone? What about if said phone is sexy – unlike some of the more boring models?
Windows Mobile is boring. According to Mikael Nerde, head of the accessory and developer program for Sony...
What we did this week:
Suggested CIOs have a little mercy on their overworked security experts and data architects.
Earlier this week on searchCIO-Midmarket.com I wrote about IBM’s pitch (with partners) for a “Microsoft-free desktop.” It seems a little far-fetched. Then again, we got...
I used to write for newspapers. Which is a bit like saying I was a telegraph operator, in that both jobs carry a certain romanticism linked to their glory years and are widely considered irrelevant today.
As Nelson on The Simpsons once pointed out:
Happy Monday. Here’s some stuff: The Jerry Seinfeld/Bill Gates Microsoft commercial is out. The New York Times has a nice look at what
Last year 8% of the IT budget went towards security. This year? 10%.
Khalid Kark, principal analyst at
Oh my. Taking a look at our output this week, we can’t help but worry the summer good times are over. Brace yourself, scary news ahead.
Face it, you’re probably going to use your disaster recovery plan some day (if you have one). Attorney Jeffrey Ritter advises us on how to