• Google's Jamboard Aids Enterprise Brainstorming Sessions

    Google's Jamboard Aids Enterprise Brainstorming Sessions

    It's compatible with G Suite and Google Search, as well as Google Drive.The stylus and digital eraser don't require batteries or pairing, Google said.
  • Angry Customers Likely to Ditch Wells Fargo's Wagon

    Angry Customers Likely to Ditch Wells Fargo's Wagon

    retail banks, including 1,000 Wells Fargo customers -- were aware of the scandal.Only 3 percent of Wells Fargo's customers reported being affected by the scandal, but 30 percent were exploring banking alternatives, and 14 percent already had decided to switch banks because of it, the survey found.
  • Twitter May Kick 300 Employees Out of Its Nest

    Twitter May Kick 300 Employees Out of Its Nest

    The firm originally had planned to release its report Thursday afternoon, but rescheduled it for earlier in the day at the request of analysts, as several other Internet firms are scheduled to report their quarterly earnings late Thursday.Shares of Twitter have plummeted in recent weeks, after three major companies, including Salesforce, Disney and Google backed out of plans to make acquisition offers.
  • Batterygate Will Kill Samsung's Holiday Shopping Season

    Batterygate Will Kill Samsung's Holiday Shopping Season

    When news of Samsung's Batterygate first surfaced, I think that mine may have been the only voice saying the Samsung brand would suffer significant damage, but the company didn't realize it yet.That it has damaged the Samsung brand is not a strong-enough statement either.
  • AT&T, Time Warner Brace for Regulatory Firestorm

    AT&T, Time Warner Brace for Regulatory Firestorm

    AT&T and Time Warner on Saturday announced they had reached a merger deal, setting off alarm bells across the industry.AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner for US$85.
  • T-Mobile Fined $48M for Pulling Wool Over Customers' Eyes

    T-Mobile Fined $48M for Pulling Wool Over Customers' Eyes

    Through its advertising and statements, T-Mobile may have led customers to expect better and faster service than their unlimited plans actually provided, according to the FCC.5 million in consumer benefits for subscribers to T-Mobile's and MetroPCS' unlimited plans, and at least $5 million in services and equipment to American schools.
  • Airbnb Offers to Give a Little in NY, SF Tussles

    Airbnb Offers to Give a Little in NY, SF Tussles

    The company reportedly made a similar proposal to the City of San Francisco.Lawmakers in New York and San Francisco recently have been squaring off with Airbnb.
  • Red Hat and Ericsson Forge 5G, IoT Open Source Alliance

    Red Hat and Ericsson Forge 5G, IoT Open Source Alliance

    The new alliance represents an extension of the companies' prior relationship, according to Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager of OpenStack at Red Hat.The new open source collaboration between the companies will focus on network functions virtualization infrastructure, OpenStack, SDN, SDI and containers, giving customers the latest in technological options for the communications industry.
  • Samsung Bows Under Note7 Fallout

    Samsung Bows Under Note7 Fallout

    Three owners of Galaxy Note7 smartphones this week filed a complaint in a federal court in New Jersey that could become a class action lawsuit against Samsung.According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the federal agency that oversees products recalls, Samsung had received 96 reports of phones overheating in the U.
  • AI and Customer Loyalty

    AI and Customer Loyalty

    So I fully understand employing modern AI technology to support the sales effort; sales is one of the first stops for new technologies.Often that's not part of a business' idea of loyalty and so it goes unrewarded, even though it is a good loyalty indicator.
  • Year-End Deals on Track for Federal IT Providers

    Year-End Deals on Track for Federal IT Providers

    The federal fiscal year ends on Sept.The last few months have brought billions of dollars in federal contracts for information technology providers.
  • Microsoft Adds Muscle to Dynamics 365

    Microsoft Adds Muscle to Dynamics 365

    Many of the new capabilities will be available in both editions when Dynamics 365 rolls out on Nov.The Dynamics 365 for customer insights app analyzes data from Microsoft and other widely used CRM, ERP, Web, social and IoT sources, and applies intelligence to the data to provide a 360-degree customer view with automatic suggestions to improve engagement.
  • Twitter Hopes Fade as Salesforce Deal Slips Away

    Twitter Hopes Fade as Salesforce Deal Slips Away

    The FT report is accurate, Salesforce spokesperson Chi Hea Cho told the E-Commerce Times, but the company would not comment further.Google, The Walt Disney Company, Microsoft, and others either hired investment banks or entered preliminary discussions on a possible deal, according to multiple reports published over the past month.
  • Verizon Signals Cold Feet Over Yahoo Deal

    Verizon Signals Cold Feet Over Yahoo Deal

    8 billion acquisition of Yahoo could be in jeopardy in light of the company's delay in disclosing a massive 2014 data breach that compromised about 500 million account holders.18, it said, but it will not hold an earnings call or host a webcast for investors due to the pending Verizon deal.
  • Aviso CEO K.V. Rao: Humans, Machines and Magic

    Aviso CEO K.V. Rao: Humans, Machines and Magic

    In this exclusive interview, CRM Buyer discusses with Rao the future of predictive intelligence.You're trying to understand what deals to work on to meet your target and make money, and that's what predictive analytics can do.
  • Big Data and Analytics: Creating New Value

    Big Data and Analytics: Creating New Value

    Big data's marketing promise is companies working together on analytics for tailored marketing capabilities that reach the right people at the right time.Amazon and Walmart employ big data analytics to optimize their supply chains, resulting in improved product availability and delivery to the consumer.
  • FCC Slaps Comcast With $2.3M Overbilling Fine

    FCC Slaps Comcast With $2.3M Overbilling Fine

    Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday announced that Comcast would pay a record US$2.The agreement calls for Comcast to notify customers of new equipment or upgrades separately from regular bills.
  • Snap Lines Up Bankers for Spring IPO

    Snap Lines Up Bankers for Spring IPO

    The IPO, expected as early as this spring, could result in a valuation of $25 billion or more.At its most recent private funding round this spring, Snap's value was pegged at $17.
  • Amazon Throws the Books at Prime Subscribers

    Amazon Throws the Books at Prime Subscribers

    That content will come from more than 1,000 top Kindle books, Kindle Singles, magazines, comic books, children's books, and classic works from writers such as Kurt Vonnegut, Norman Mailer and Gloria Steinem.The content can be accessed on Kindle or Fire tablets, or through iOS or Android apps on mobile devices.
  • Odinaff Trojan Targets Banks, Financial Firms Worldwide

    Odinaff Trojan Targets Banks, Financial Firms Worldwide

    About 100 organizations have been hit so far, said Jon DiMaggio, a senior threat intelligence analyst in Symantec's Security Response unit.There are two primary indications that Odinaff has been targeting users of the SWIFT global financial messaging system, DiMaggio said.