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Social media, mobile apps, and the cloud as marketing strategies has reached fever pitch. Here's how to separate the hype from reality.
The Rochester, Minnesota, police developed an in-house app for conducting investigations. The goal? Using big data to find "non-obvious relationships and associations" among persons of interest.
File sharing service Box is launching a major push to become healthcare's collaborative platform of choice.
Old Sears and Kmarts will become data centers, wireless hubs, and disaster relief centers.
An industry trade association is offering cloud computing insurance which protects against cyberattacks and service outages.
The Redmond firm admits it's backing legislation to restrict companies using data gathered from web-surfing students at public schools. Its real target? Google.
Although there's a chance it's a retail- or government-only model, all signs point to the "ultimate" iPad as being available to everyone.
The online sales giant has Oracle and its ilk in its sights.
One point two big big ones is the fee for the cloud-based networking company, a brainchild of three MIT graduates back in 2006.