• Feds Make Big Strides in Big Data Management

    Feds Make Big Strides in Big Data Management

    During the past 12 to 24 months, federal agencies "have significantly changed the status quo," she noted.Factors that contributed to successful management of big data at federal agencies, according to the report, include the following: The gradually improving performance of federal agencies in managing big data and analytics could benefit vendors as agencies become more focused in the acquisition of related technologies.
  • Huffington Leaves Post to Focus on Health Startup

    Huffington Leaves Post to Focus on Health Startup

    Arianna Huffington on Thursday announced she would leave her position as editor-in-chief of the eponymous publication she cofounded 11 years ago to focus on her latest project -- Thrive Global, a lifestyle, health and wellness site.The reasons for her exit from The Huffington Post may be more complicated than that, however.
  • Athletics 2: Summer Sports 1.4 | Download APK For Free (Android Apps)

    Athletics 2: Summer Sports 1.4 | Download APK For Free (Android Apps)

    Athletics2: Summer Sports - Here we have to become a master of this thirty kinds of all kinds of sports , archery shooting, athletics, cycling, swimming and lots of other.We really feel the atmosphere of holiday sports.
  • Russian Regulators Scoop Apple Into Price-Fixing Probe

    Russian Regulators Scoop Apple Into Price-Fixing Probe

    A Russian regulatory authority earlier this week named Apple, along with more than a dozen Russian retailers, as a target for an investigation into price-fixing activities.So there could be fire under this smoke, because it's consistent with Apple's past practices," Enderle said.
  • Is This the Beginning of the End for the Set-Top Box?

    Is This the Beginning of the End for the Set-Top Box?

    Now it is partnering with MobiTV to offer a new television service for the home.While I hope it is a successful service for C Spire and its customers, it raises several nagging questions.
  • CFB Strategies Cofounders Anderson and Vaillancourt: Catching Up With CRM

    CFB Strategies Cofounders Anderson and Vaillancourt: Catching Up With CRM

    Trace Anderson and Robert Vaillancourt are cofounders of CFB Strategies, which provides data management for political campaigns and nonprofits.Robert Vaillancourt: A lot of the time [everyone's] wearing multiple hats, so they're not only the fundraiser but the campaign manager or the event coordinator.
  • GV's Bill Maris Passes Torch to Krane

    GV's Bill Maris Passes Torch to Krane

    com, an e-commerce firm that Walmart has agreed to acquire for US$3 billion in cash plus $300 million in Walmart shares.5 billion of assets and investments," said Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT.
  • Adblock Plus Mouse Roars at Facebook

    Adblock Plus Mouse Roars at Facebook

    Adblock Plus on Thursday announced that the open source community had created a filter to neutralize Facebook's latest offensive in its ongoing battle with ad blockers.Any Adblock Plus users who want to implement the workaround will have to update their filterlists manually.
  • The 4 Fundamental Attributes of Customer Loyalty, Part 4

    The 4 Fundamental Attributes of Customer Loyalty, Part 4

    This is the fourth post in a four-part series on modern approaches to improving customer loyalty through customer engagement.It is so common, in fact, that "business model" is one of the most overused terms in business today.
  • Amazon's Prime Air Brand Takes Flight

    Amazon's Prime Air Brand Takes Flight

    The company has undertaken an ambitious effort to gain control of its massive distribution network for delivery of goods to its retail customers.The plane, dubbed "Amazon One," is a Boeing 767-300 operated by Atlas Air.
  • Time Warner Cable Really Doesn't Like Me

    Time Warner Cable Really Doesn't Like Me

    I wasn't entirely happy with my cord-cutting solution, but I wasn't eager to go back to a high-priced cable service either.99 per month come-on had translated into a "deal" that came to $153.
  • Facebook Aims to Scrub Clickbait From News Feed

    Facebook Aims to Scrub Clickbait From News Feed

    The latest adjustment is an extension of Facebook's earlier efforts to reduce the distribution of clickbait posts.The ranking update doesn't impact ads, Facebook said.
  • Walmart Pursues Amazon at Jet Speed

    Walmart Pursues Amazon at Jet Speed

    With the acquisition, "Walmart.Jeff Bezos' e-commerce machine has dominated the online retail space in the U.
  • Gawker Founder Sets Personal Bankruptcy Wheels in Motion

    Gawker Founder Sets Personal Bankruptcy Wheels in Motion

    The filing followed a Florida court's rejection of Denton's appeal to block Hogan from collecting US$140 million a jury awarded to him earlier this year.The case stemmed from Gawker's publication of a tape of Hogan having sex with the wife of his friend.
  • The Maturation of the Cloud ERP Market

    The Maturation of the Cloud ERP Market

    Due to increasing frustration with the cost and complexities of traditional on-premises financial management systems, CFOs have been looking for cloud-based alternatives.However, NetSuite found more large-scale enterprises interested in the advantages of its cloud-based ERP solutions.
  • Nintendo Investors' Futile Hunt for Pokémon Go Profits

    Nintendo Investors' Futile Hunt for Pokémon Go Profits

    Much of that revenue potential lies in a wealth of in-app purchases designed to heighten excitement for Pok�mon Go gamers.are the driving force behind this game, not Nintendo" said Lewis Ward, research gaming director at IDC.
  • Time Warner Bets Heavily on Hulu

    Time Warner Bets Heavily on Hulu

    With the new investment, Time Warner will join a joint venture that includes some of the nation's largest media companies, including The Walt Disney Co.The investment is part of Time Warner's strategy to make sure that its brands can reach viewers on a range of platforms and devices, and in bundles using traditional and new ecosystems, Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes said in a Wednesday conference call.
  • Heating Up the Platform Wars

    Heating Up the Platform Wars

    It's summarized in the pithy phrase, "trees don't grow to the moon." All this could change, given the new platform technologies on the market today, but it will take a cultural change as well.
  • Uber's China Strategy Shifts Into Reverse

    Uber's China Strategy Shifts Into Reverse

    Under the agreement, Didi Chuxing acquired all of Uber China's assets, including its brand, data and business operations.3 percent stake in Didi Chuxing.
  • Salesforce Gets a Grip on Quip

    Salesforce Gets a Grip on Quip

    The deal is worth about US$582 million, according to a Salesforce filing with the U.The purchase gives Salesforce two things it currently doesn't have, Lepofsky said.