rsmiller510 writes: Back in 2002, MIT had an experimental project called 'Project Oxygen' that foreshadowed today's mobile revolution. Today, as we head into a "post-PC world," Enterprise IT needs to be focused on mobile or risk getting left in the dust.
rsmiller510 writes: Google recognizes that scammers, spammers and keyword con artists are out there, but for every site that scams its way to the top of the results, the more your site could be pushed out.
rsmiller510 writes: Whether you're talking about costs or having the latest technology, cloud computing has the potential to bring more predictability than traditional software with obtuse license terms and multi-year upgrade cycles.
rsmiller510 writes: First Steve Jobs announced he was going on another medical leave, then Eric Schmidt announced he was stepping aside, and while we were at it, there was a big shake up on the HP Board of Directors. What a wacky week!
rsmiller510 writes: Two very different stories came together this week that could have an impact on the future of TV . The Justice Dept approved the Comcast — NBC Universal deal and Roku cut a deal directly with WealthTV. In this blog post, I analyze why these two stories are significant.
rsmiller510 writes: iPads and other tablets are going to hit the enterprise in a big way in 2011, with or without IT. As such, you need to establish a mobile plan and policies, and decide which devices you are going to support.
rsmiller510 writes: When a blogger suggested RSS was dead earlier this month, it started a heated discussion across the blogosphere, but I'm here to tell you it's still alive and well. It's just being packaged and presented differently.
rsmiller510 writes: While the mobile consumer market is clogged at the top, the enterprise market is still ripe for the taking, and a Microsoft-RIM combination could take control of the market from Apple and Google.
jfruhlinger writes: In the wake of the recent kerfuffle over VLC's licensing terms that got it pulled from the App Store, Brian Proffitt wonders if software freedom should also include freedom from want. While he acknowledges that Apple's policies and the GPL don't mix, he feels that open source advocates spend too much energy telling open source developers why potentially lucrative sales channels are closed to them, and not enough energy helping them actually profit from their software.