May 23, 2017

Tutorial For Using Google’s Cloud Storage Nearline

May 14, 2015 Chris Crum

Google announced the launch of Google Cloud Storage Nearline, a new service for cold (or infrequently accessed) data storage. The company touts its fast performance and low cost. Data is made immediately available with about 3-second response times, and the cost is 1c per GB for data at rest.

Fixing Ranking Issues Caused By Webmaster Tools

November 12, 2009 Ross Dunn

Synopsis: If your website is suffering from some dropped rankings on Google consider checking the geographic targeting in your Google Webmaster Tools site settings and read up on how to make the right selection (or not at all). Did you know that changing your geographic target in your GWT site […]

Creative Brainstorming Through Innovation Management

October 29, 2009 Bill Ives

Okay, I know what you might be thinking, but innovation management is not actually an oxymoron. There is much more to bringing innovation to the realization of business value than the light bulb going off within an individual. In reality, as Tad Milbourn, Product Manager for Intuit Brainstorm and I […]

Technology and Convergence

September 17, 2009 Luis Suarez

I am sure you would still remember that blog post I put together not long ago where I mentioned an interesting YouTube video that was making the rounds under the title Social Media Revolution (See “Welcome to the World of Socialnomics“) and which I thought was coming pretty close to […]

Understanding And Implementing SaaS

August 31, 2009 Praval Singh

Earlier this week, I was fortunate to be teamed up as an official blogger/social media evangelist for EMERGEOUT conclave, the annual event organized by NASSCOM at N. Delhi. The theme was — The Future of Software as a Service and Cloud Computing. Dr. Sridhar Vembu, CEO – Zoho Corp. delivered […]

Adding Social Broadcasting To Your Enterprise

August 6, 2009 Bill Ives

Social media tools have begun to migrate from the consumer web to the business web, sometimes facing outward, sometimes focused in. Just as public-facing applications need broad appeal, enterprise tools need to be designed for a defined organizational space to be effective (see Enterprise 2.0 is not Web 2.0 nor […]

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