Businesses and app developers face a dizzying number of platforms and devices, and as you would expect, they are struggling to understand how to support them. We talk to Telerik about its approach to the problem.
Thomas Davenport says that business analytics have been around since the 1950s, but it's only in the last couple of years that any company could have the same analytical power as Facebook or Google.
Yahoo's ban on working from home created a national debate about telework, flexible workspaces, coworking, and the meaning of the work-life balance. Ironically, the decision contrasted with the U.S. government, which enthusiastically embraced remote work options. Here's a look back at the major points of that dialog.
Google Now can be a fantastic productivity tool for mobile users. But just as a human assistant will do a better job once he or she becomes familiar with your wants, needs and expectations, so too will Google Now. That takes time, but you can get Google Now off on the right foot by beginning its education.
Google's third-quarter earnings call was light on details, with one eye-catching exception: 40% of YouTube's traffic now comes from mobile devices, up from 6% just two years ago, according to CEO Larry Page.
In another move to steal away Microsoft Office users, Google on Thursday announced that Quickoffice apps -- which allow users to access Microsoft Office documents -- will now be available for free.
HootSuite is one of the most popular Twitter management consoles. Thanks to 65 apps (and counting), users can do far more with HootSuite than manage their Twitter and Facebook accounts.
If you're an enterprise employee who's frequently out on the road and rely heavily on Google Maps for Mobile, the search giant has just added a feature to its popular app that will help you avoid major travel hassles.
Future Cab -- a grassroots, six-year-old Brooklyn-based venture -- is taking advantage of cloud tools, mobility, and BYOD to help cab drivers in New York City and across the country get out from under restrictive oversight, make a little more money, and help people get where they're going.