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August 20, 2013  6:49 PM

Small business trends: mPOS driven by consumerism



Posted by: Emily McLaughlin
Android, BI, Bring your own device, Business, Business performance management, Business process, business process management, business services management, BYOD, CIO, integration, Internet, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone business apps, Leadership, Leadership and Strategy, midmarket businesses, Midmarket CIO, Mobile, mobile applications, mobile development, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobile workforce, mobility, smartphone features, smartphones, Strategy for CIOs

Want to know how mobility is influencing small business trends with regard to customer payments? The answer is at your fingertips -- literally. Arriving in email inboxes last week was an announcement from PayPal: "Your mobile card reader is Here." PayPal's new mobile card reader, PayPal Here,...

March 20, 2013  3:42 PM

Samsung Galaxy S4 launch patronizes women in technology



Posted by: Emily McLaughlin
Bring your own device, BYOD, Chief information officer, CIO careers, CIO Careers and Staffing, CIO Jobs, CIO salary and careers survey, IT staff development, IT workers of the future, jobs, Leadership, Leadership and Strategy, mobile application development, mobile applications, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobility, Samsung, Samsung S4

One step forward, two steps back for women in technology? Just when women in tech seem to be breaking through IT leadership glass ceilings and making strides towards equality on the consumer end of technology, Samsung goes and gets all sexist with its Samsung Galaxy S4 launch.  IT leaders like...


August 27, 2012  3:57 PM

Facial recognition technology to be used by local law enforcement



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
CIO, cyberattacks, data privacy, emerging technologies, emerging technology, Facebook, Google Plus, Google privacy policy, iPad 3, IT, IT culture, Mobile, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobile workforce, mobility, online reputation, smartphones, Web 2.0

Can local law enforcement utilize facial recognition technology against images now visible with the new Facebook privacy settings? That's one question raised by this week's Best of the Web, where we scour the blogosphere for the news that relevant to midmarket CIOs. This week, we've got the scoop...


April 27, 2012  2:12 PM

Social media privacy and your Millennial workforce



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
data privacy, IT workers of the future, Millennials, mobile devices, mobile tools, mobile workforce, social media, social media policies, social media privacy, social networking

We're currently working on more stories for our series on Millennials -- those workers under the age of 30. One of the things that has struck me most is that...


February 13, 2012  5:25 PM

How free mobile apps risk personal data privacy and security



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
Android, big data, data privacy, data security, Google, Hacking, iPhone, iPhone business apps, mobile applications, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools

Each week, we scour the Web and bring you the choicest cuts for your approval. This week, we're looking at data privacy and security in the form of denial-of-service attacks, smart chatting and two free mobile apps suffering from major personal data security issues. Your team is your first line...


January 20, 2012  3:53 PM

Does BlackBerry have the smartphone features to stay relevant?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
BlackBerry, Microsoft, Mobile, mobile applications, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobile workforce, mobility, RIM, RIM BlackBerry software, Samsung, smartphone features, smartphones

Research in Motion (RIM) must feel like the belle of the ball this week, especially after a year of major foibles, like the big BlackBerry outage. After


June 6, 2011  3:10 PM

Virtual security and hackers: A match made in heaven?



Posted by: Jbiscobi
CIO, mobile tools, Virtualization

While you were putting out fires in your computer room, we were scouring the Web looking for tasty bits for you to peruse. From ensuring virtual security to the workforce of tomorrow, check out these greatest hits from last week's IT blogosphere:

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