Gmail: A Cure For Outdated Email Addresses
Google's social marketing campaign targets users of aol.com, hotmail.com, or yahoo.com email with an "intervention" to save friends from "embarrassingly out-of-date" email addresses.
Lodsys Targets Rovio, Big Game Makers
Those Angry Birds now have something else to be angry about: Rovio Mobile is one of five companies added to Lodsys's patent infringement claim against iOS and Android developers.
Apple's Next Buy: Hulu?
The on-demand provider of streaming movies and TV shows could provide valuable content for Cupertino's mobile and desktop platforms.
Cloud Computing: Solving The Backup Problem
New York's famed Museum of Modern Art and its 750 employees recently transitioned to Google Apps and deployed Backupify's cloud backup and archiving platform to ensure data integrity.
Google Elevates Summer Heatwave
Google's success with consumers should cause businesses to take note. Android, Chromebook, and Google+ all have potential to disrupt enterprise IT, and possibly in very good ways.
Google News Gets Gamified
Social elements are popping up throughout Google's services, and Google is encouraging its users to open up and share more.
How To Build A Secure Mobile App
While it's a relatively new channel, mobile banking is growing rapidly, and apps are emerging as consumers' mobile solutions of choice. How do you ensure your app is secure?
4 Ways Cloud Computing Can Boost Business
MaidPro has adopted hosted infrastructure and applications across its 120 SMB franchises to speed up training, minimize internal IT needs, enable owners to manage remotely, and to keep fuel costs in check. The firm's CEO explains why they did it and what to look for in a good vendor.