These 3 Companies Are Set For A Horror Story

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Tech Related Posts:Break the Ice With These 6 Questions at Your Next Networking EventJuniper finds its head in the clouds; security is another story5 Open Source companies to watch in 2017Social media companies have a month to update service terms in the EUSocial media companies have a month to update […] Read more »

Break the Ice With These 6 Questions at Your Next Networking Event

Networking events are perfect opportunities to build your contact base, but you won’t get more than a few business cards if you don’t leave an impression. Making meaningful business connections requires delving beneath the surface. To pull off that critical first impression, try leading with a creative icebreaker. These six entrepreneurs share the first question […] Read more »

Deloitte: These Emerging Technologies Will Play Critical Roles

Deloitte Consulting cites seven emerging technologies as critical to the future of IT: dark analytics, mixed reality and blockchain included. InformationWeek: Cloud Related Posts:Emerging technologies are poking holes in securityThese 3 Companies Are Set For A Horror StoryTrading Technologies acquires Chicago AI startup NeurensicBreak the Ice With These 6 Questions at Your Next Networking EventDeloitte […] Read more »

These are the lessons Trulia learned from building a chatbot

It’s a competitive real-estate rental market out there, and Trulia wanted to capitalize on the interest with a new Facebook Messenger bot it launched earlier this month. The bot lets users search for rental properties and keep up to date on new properties when they become available.  Trulia’s bot came out of a quarterly hackathon […] Read more »

These are the lessons Trulia learned from building a chatbot

It’s a competitive real-estate rental market out there, and Trulia wanted to capitalize on the interest with a new Facebook Messenger bot it launched earlier this month. The bot lets users search for rental properties and keep up to date on new properties when they become available.  Trulia’s bot came out of a quarterly hackathon […] Read more »

Do you trust your cloud provider? Addressing these questions will help put you at ease

Although vendor-written, this contributed piece does not promote a product or service and has been edited and approved by Network World editors. Finding a cloud provider you can trust has become a major responsibility.  Cloud providers come in all shapes and sizes—from global organizations delivering a range of services to small shops specializing in a […] Read more »

IDG Contributor Network: Information-centric networking could fix these internet problems

Information-centric networking (ICN) ticks many of the requirements boxes for 5G, driven by the proliferation of software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). But what are those issues that ICN improves over the current internet? And how does it do it? Today’s internet has seen significant changes. With forecasts for 2020 predicting 50 billion […] Read more »

Amazon Kindle Fire fail: Don’t buy these useless tablets (and Wintergatan)

Amazon.com comes under fire for disabling encryption on Kindle Fire tablets, and other toys that use the Android-fork Fire OS 5. Since the “quiet” change, the devices can no longer encrypt the data stored in them. Cue: Tedious comparisons with Apple. When asked, Amazon PR explained users didn’t care for the feature. Perhaps that had […] Read more »

These two startups are out to dethrone Slack

There’s nothing like raging success to bring on a pack of competitors, and that’s exactly what’s now happening in the enterprise-collaboration arena. Ever since the public launch of its team-communication software two years ago, Slack has taken enterprises by storm, propelled by its freemium business model and plenty of investor enthusiasm. Today, it claims 2.3 […] Read more »

These two startups are out to dethrone Slack

There’s nothing like raging success to bring on a pack of competitors, and that’s exactly what’s now happening in the enterprise-collaboration arena. Ever since the public launch of its team-communication software two years ago, Slack has taken enterprises by storm, propelled by its freemium business model and plenty of investor enthusiasm. Today, it claims 2.3 […] Read more »

These two startups are out to dethrone Slack

There’s nothing like raging success to bring on a pack of competitors, and that’s exactly what’s happening in the enterprise-collaboration arena. Ever since the public launch of its team-communication software two years ago, Slack has taken enterprises by storm, propelled by its freemium business model and plenty of investor enthusiasm. Today, it claims 2.3 million […] Read more »