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October 15, 2013  5:28 PM

Google’s Eric Schmidt surprised by the tablet revolution



Posted by: Nicole Laskowski
CIO, Desktop computing, enteprise mobility, Gartner, Gartner Symposium, Google, mobile, mobile computing, mobile devices, tablets

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google Inc., admits it: The tablet caught him off guard. He made the confession during the 2013 Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Fla. Want a closer look? Here's what he had to say during his keynote address about mobile enterprise computing, the tablet...

September 7, 2012  5:51 PM

A little healthy competition helps drive tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Amazon, Apple, Application development, BYOD, CIO, Competitive advantage, innovation, iPads, IT leadership, Lean, mentor, mobile devices, Social media, social networking. Twitter, tablets, Twitter, women in IT

For some folks the start of the fall season brings thoughts of  leaf peeping and apple picking. But  at SearchCIO.com Searchlight we can't help but think of competition. A presidential election, NFL football, a new school year - it's all noses to grindstones in order to come out on top as...


June 23, 2012  3:49 PM

Summer brings the heat and cool tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO, Facebook, Microsoft, Social media, tablets, Twitter

Don't know about you, but we here in the Boston area have had just about enough heat in the first two days of summer to last all season. They say it helps to think cool thoughts -- it doesn't. Nonetheless, we've stacked this week's roundup with cool tech innovations and acknowledge the man who...


March 27, 2012  8:48 PM

Personal cloud solutions are part of a multi-device, frictionless future



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Business, CIO, Cloud computing, IT consumerization, mobility, smartphones, tablets

I was listening in on a Gartner webinar about the personal cloud today, and in the hour-long chat a single word jumped out at me and stuck in my brain: frictionless. "There it is again," I thought. Just a few weeks ago, in this very spot, I was talking about the whole idea of a


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