Matt Rosoff

Editorial Director

Matt Rosoff is the editorial director of CITEworld and has overseen the site since it launched in October 2012. He previously worked for Business Insider, where he established the West Coast bureau, initiated enterprise technology coverage with the launch of SAI Enterprise, and helped direct the new BI Intelligence research service. Prior to joining Business Insider in 2010, Matt was an analyst at Directions on Microsoft for 10 years and blogged about digital music for CBS Interactive's News.com. He got his start in 1995 as a writer and editor at CNET. He's also a musician (electric bass) and the father of two children who (luckily) take after his beautiful wife.

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You can't stop shadow IT, so here's how to manage it
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You can't stop shadow IT, so here's how to manage it

David Hoff, the CTO of cloud integrators Cloud Sherpas and a CITE Conference speaker, explains how companies he talks to are effectively managing shadow IT.

NASA’s CTO predicts which five technologies will invade the enterprise next
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NASA’s CTO predicts which five technologies will invade the enterprise next

Tom Soderstrom, the CTO for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, conducts rolling prototypes to see what users are actually getting excited about.

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The "third platform" of computing means a massive increase in scale

An interview with IDC analyst and CITE speaker Joe Pucciarelli.

Clari emerges from stealth to help mobile sales reps and their managers
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Clari emerges from stealth to help mobile sales reps and their managers

Clari aims to help salespeople by compiling all the info they need from various sources, then offering helpful advice about sales calls based on real data.

Microsoft is clearly gunning for Android more than Apple

Microsoft is clearly gunning for Android more than Apple

With the Nokia buy, Microsoft seemed to be aping Apple. Now, it's looking more like Google.

Rightscale: Yes, Google's cloud is really cheaper than Amazon's

Rightscale: Yes, Google's cloud is really cheaper than Amazon's

For now.

Google undercuts the field in cloud pricing war

Google undercuts the field in cloud pricing war

Google is giving notice it's dead serious about competing in this space, and is willing to use its biggest corporate weapon -- the massive profits generated by its core advertising businesses -- to get there.

Box files IPO: Big losses mask bigger ambitions

Box files IPO: Big losses mask bigger ambitions

Box's cash burn has long been part of the common Silicon Valley gossip about the company -- especially in the careful off-the-record whispers of certain competitors -- but it's still a little stunning to see losses outstripping...

Windows 7 still rules at work, but iOS 7 is coming up fast

Windows 7 still rules at work, but iOS 7 is coming up fast

IT departments are most likely to buy or support Windows 7 on devices, but Apple's iOS 7 is firmly in second place.

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Nokia's "app gap" video misses the point

Popular apps are important, but the real magic is in the long tail.

Google brings app makers into its partner fold, accelerating cloud arms race

Google brings app makers into its partner fold, accelerating cloud arms race

Google's partner program is growing up, borrowing some tricks from traditional enterprise vendors like Microsoft.

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