- A Driving Force Behind Wikipedia Will Step Down - NYTimes.com
- Gartner Says the Personal Cloud Will Replace the Personal Computer as the Center of Users' Digital Lives by 2014 - Predicting the past since 1979.
- Surviving Free-to-Play for Small & Early-Stage Start-Ups
- MOOC completion rates - Unsurprisingly low.
- The 38 Essential Boston Restaurants, January 2013 - Eater 38 - Eater Boston
- The Backlash Against Entrees Rages On - Trend Watch - Eater National
- Cloud Technology Partners Enhances Executive Team with Industry’s Top Thought Leaders and Technologists: David Linthicum, Lisa Noon and Brian Ott | Cloud Technology Partners - RT @rUv: RT @cloudbzz: Welcome @DavidLinthicum to Cloud Technology Partners! (@cloudtp_) < congrats
- Battle for Wesnoth
- Oracle Unveils 'World's Fastest Chip' in Bid to Save Sun Biz - Businessweek - Ellison's strategy for SPARC always struck me as wrong-headed and swimming against the tide of some pretty strong technological and economic forces. At this point, it's starting to look delusional.
- ManageIQ Basic Demo - YouTube - RT @fbijlsma: Check out a #ManageIQ Real Life Walkthrough to Provision Compute at #IaaS
- How Google Is Using People Analytics to Completely Reinvent HR
- Adrian Cockcroft's Blog: Comment on How Netflix Is Ruining Cloud Computing - Adrian's response to the earlier piece about Netflix "ruining the cloud" (which I thought made a few sorta good points but way overstated the case).
- GUEST POST: The Budding Burden of BYOD - Legal Issues Abound - The Employer Handbook Blog - One of the larger issues involving BYOD is whether or not employers have the right to access, copy, and/or destroy data that is located on an employee's BYOD device. As per the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution and the Stored Communications Act, citizens are normally protected from unreasonable search and seizure of electronic data stored on neutral property. However, the FTC has ruled that employee emails sent using employer resources are owned by the employer. So are you able to search an employee's phone if they are sending company emails from it? Some companies are introducing business clauses that allow for shared management, or in some cases, a company will buy a device from an employee for a menial amount, such as a dollar, resulting in a legal transfer of the device, with the commitment that they will sell the device back for the same amount when the employee leaves the organization.
- Employee gets fired for tweeting complaints about discrimination - The Employer Handbook Blog
- How analyst relations beat back influencer relations - "Non-analyst influencers are certainly important, but they lack the sales people, public relations professionals and marketing support that help amplify analysts. Blogger and industry experts might have a lot to say, but analysts have a huge resource to help them reach a larger audience. That’s why analysts continue to be at the top of the influence food chain and why analyst relations will continue to be a core communications function for B2B solution providers."
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 1:25 PM