Two tablets have recently come to market, both trying to chew into the massive advantage that the iPad has already established.
Delivered a positive message on the importance of technology to the U.S. economy.
With the Blackberry 10 launch, the company seems to be going back to its business roots.
RIM's business focus may keep it alive.
How everything you've done on the Internet, both at work and at home, could become material in an investigation.
Sometimes how you approach a problem can have more impact on success than the tool you use to eventually solve it.
Dell may be about to pull off one of the largest LBOs ever.
Positive disruptive change will be an understatement with the next wave of Table PCs.
Panasonic is targeting the business with its new tablet line, including the ToughPads.
Next time you lose your temper, or self-control, it could be a career-changing event and I think we all need to be more aware of this now that we increasingly live in a glass bowl.
Looking back to 2012, there were a number of initiatives that showcased brilliance in technology companies. Some were just simply brilliant, others warmed my heart, and all made me proud to work with the companies that launched and nurtured them.
Currently, HP’s low position is largely because of bad acquisition, which was undertaken by the prior executive team and should be put behind them next year, and Apple is already trending down even though its current fourth quarter sales are reportedly rather good.
Jim, having an entertainment-based show, figured he’d use John’s issues to form the foundation for an opinion piece that concluded Intel should have bought ARM Holdings and taken over the mobile market rather than buying McAfee, which now is connected to the antics of its founder.
We should be rethinking our security goals and making sure compliance alone isn’t driving them. Survival is the real goal and if your firm is shut down, saying it was compliant won’t provide near as much cover.