Profile of Michael Fitzgerald
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Michael Fitzgerald writes about the power of ideas and the people who bring them to bear on business, technology and culture.
Articles by Michael Fitzgerald
posted in November 2013
It's not your father's corporate training. EdX wants to help companies offer their own massive open online courses to keep employees' skills updated.
Law firm CIO Gavin Gray talks about networking with other industries, alternative startups, and making his clients happy with custom legal apps.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded six $100,000 grants to help improve everything from disaster response to municipal services.
CIOs can help shape big data's image by defining how government and business should use it.
Qualcomm is pushing to put its neural processor Zeroth in smartphones. Here's what smartphone makers can -- and can't -- do with it.
Companies need to stop drooling over consumer data and start acting like responsible data stewards -- or face serious backlash.
Israeli company puts analytics in the cache memory of a central processing unit, reducing need for new hardware purchases.
AT&T "nanocubes," a poor man's approach to big-data analysis, let users analyze petabytes of data per day in laptop memory.
"Math kind of guy" Tim Rey talks about combining business acumen with numbers smarts, unstructured data woes, and improving the supply chain.