Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside to Join Dropbox Google’s Motorola Mobility had Dennis Woodside as its CEO. That is until now. He seems to have taken a quick step to go over to Dropbox. It’s a less glamorous role as COO but that’s the way it suits Dennis Woodside.
Feb 13 2014, 2:50am CST
Endpoints Versus The Internet Of Things Last week on Twitter, a few friends of mine, IT industry analysts and journalists, were tossing around the conversational ball. We were debating terminology — The Internet of Things — that has come into common...
Jan 22 2014, 4:13am CST
Adding Salt To Dropbox's Wounds - Box Offers 50GB For Free Last weekend wasn’t an awesome one for Dropbox, their outage caused consternation in the Twitterverse as many people suggested it was yet another example of Dropbox not yet being enterprise ready. I’ve had a deluge of...
Jan 15 2014, 3:21pm CST
The Best Startup Advice From 14 Tech Heroes Some say that people do not really want advice, even when they ask for it — but when starting a company, good advice early on can be the difference between success and failure. For this reason, it is common practice for...
Jan 9 2014, 12:06pm CST
Top 13 Startups That Killed It In 2013 While the year 2013 might already be starting to feel like a distant memory, it certainly gave us some exciting startup companies likely to disrupt the way we look at the world in 2014. Here are thirteen startups from...
Jan 9 2014, 10:26am CST
7 Productivity Hacks That Successful People Use Every Day If you feel like you’re consistently finding there’s more ‘work’ than there is ‘day’, you’re not alone.
Too many of us get caught up in putting out fires, wasting time on tasks that don’t really matter, and using our...
Jan 8 2014, 11:21am CST
The End Of The Line For Freemium File Sharing? Technology firms looking to enter a market space and unseat incumbent vendors with strong existing relationships to customers have long adopted a bottom-up freemium approach. Essentially the theory goes that if you make...
Jan 6 2014, 12:16pm CST
Why Your Company May Dump QuickBooks This Year Believe it or not, your company is about to be part of an enormous wave of change in the next few years.
That’s because, if you’re like most small and medium sized businesses, you’re likely using an on-premise...
Jan 6 2014, 11:16am CST
Will Venture Capital Beat The Market in 2014? Venture capital used to be a great place to put money. But in the last 15 years, it has been a lousy investment. 2013 was the strongest year since 2007 for VC and there are promising developments ahead for 2014.
Jan 3 2014, 7:56am CST
Mega VC Rounds Won't Win The Storage Wars Companies like Box and Dropbox have made the storage industry look downright sexy. It definitely helps that they have solutions that are ubiquitous. But their mega financing rounds have also been key.
Yet sometimes the...
Jan 2 2014, 10:01am CST
Top VCs Predict Where They'll Invest Their Money In 2014 With the new year on the minds of tech companies and investors alike, it’s time to look back on 2013′s startup crazes and forecast what’ll be the next wave in tech for 2014. What types of companies will prove the next...
Dec 31 2013, 9:36am CST
14 Pointed Predictions For 2014 After recapping the hits and misses and misses of last year’s predictions (I did well on oil, less well on Apple; scored on the movies, struck out in sports), it’s time to look ahead to 2014. The recent budget deal in...
Dec 29 2013, 7:36am CST
Revisiting My 2013 Predictions: The Crystal Ball Wasn't Awful Last December, when I was relatively new to Forbes, I closed the year with a look into what I admitted would be a hazy-at-best crystal ball for 2013. Before looking ahead to next year, it seems only fair to look back at...
Dec 29 2013, 7:26am CST
Venture Capital 2013 recap - Oh what a year it was.... There are bad years, so-so years and then there is 2013…its been a long time coming. In 2013, VCs finally took some pride in the 10-year returns which recovered to 7.8% as of Q2 2013. The battered egos have regained...
Dec 26 2013, 10:41am CST
The IPO Class Of 2014: After Twitter, Alibaba On Center Stage The best thing the IPO class of 2014 has going for it is the IPO class of 2013.
Put simply: performance matters. And strong first-day gains followed by continued strength is what keeps investors interested in unproven...
Dec 20 2013, 9:26am CST
Salesforce Introduces its New CRM Platform Salesforce1 Occasionally there are things that come along and solve many issues at one and the same time. Take the case of Salesforce.com. It has introduced its Salesforce1, a a revolutionary CRM platform to directly connect third-party apps and services with customers and developers.
Nov 18 2013, 2:58am CST
Dropbox for Business now connects to personal accounts Dropbox users - all 200 million to date - will be happy to hear that Dropbox for Business accounts will now connect with personal accounts. This is great news for power Dropbox users, as they can now dabble with both...
Nov 14 2013, 2:21am CST
Top 3 Android Cloud Apps Cloud Storage technology has become a must in this era. Almost every smartphone owner uses them to do online back-ups.
Oct 17 2013, 4:41pm CDT
5 Best Apps to Download on your Windows Phone The total number of apps available in the Windows Apps Store is not as much as other OS app stores; but Windows Phone App store has also got most of the important and coolest apps in its collection!
Oct 15 2013, 4:39pm CDT
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