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Weekly Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Executives
Oct 1, 2014
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TECHNOLOGY | INDUSTRY NEWS THIS WEEK
News for the week
The FirstVU HD body-worn camera, DVM-800 in-car camera and patented VuLink provide hands-free recording activation and integrates these into a seamless data/evidence gathering solution.
Readers can now follow specific tech sector or companies and set keywords to create eNewsletters and receive news on daily or weekly basis.
The new social networking website that targets Facebook's policies makes waves in the internet with its sleek design and high policy standards.
Combines Skyhook's rich location data with active contextual information enabling customers to deliver targeted, relevant content to mobile users.
Users can now view intelligence about the attackers and the malware while security teams can find the attacker and their likely motives.
PayPal digital goods merchants can accept Bitcoin for purchasing items such as games, music, videos, news, ebooks, and other forms of digital content.
Along with institutionally-controlled online store for campus services, OneCampus provides a Google-like search, and social user-rating and feedback features.
AMS platform combines the power of search intent with demographic and behavioral buying signals to find customers for advertisers.
CXO Insights
By Cindy McKenzie, MD Entertainment, Media and Communications Advisory Services, PwC
Change in digital technology is a fast-paced, evolving and a persistent threat requiring ongoing 'Digital Conversations' among the C-suite.
By Leslie Hand, Research Director, IDC Retail Insights
The former technological shift was driven both by consumer needs and the new availability of technologies that addressed the challenges that hampered retail growth.
By Sharath Embrandiri, Director Engineering, Aricent
Traditionally, enterprises deal with information flow and data generated within the 'Internet of People'-the connected world between end-users and business systems.
CIO Viewpoint
Andrea Simone, CIO, NBTY
Today's enterprises need technology to become a revenue generator, in addition to their existing function of driving efficiency and cost savings.
Laura Cruz, Global CIO, MDC Partners
In the Media & Entertainment business environment, our biggest IT challenge is affordable and simple digital asset management solutions that provide dynamic workflow integration.
Elizabeth Harper, CIO, GHD
The provision of IT services to engineering, architecture and environmental consulting disciplines poses unique challenges in comparison to other industries.