As organizations use diverse open source platforms, they are faced with the increasingly insurmountable operational challenge of making it all work …
T-Mobile’s latest salvo in the mobile plans could be the one plan to rule them all. But does the latest incarnation from the “Un-carrier” make sense for consumers? Read on to find out.
LAS VEGAS — Wearable maker Misfit is finally jumping into the smartwatch game.
The company, which was acquired by watchmaker Fossil in 2015, introduced its new Vapor smartwatch, which will be the company’s first wearable to have a touchscreen.
The company, which up until now has been more focused on fashion-forward fitness trackers and “hybrid” watches, plans to release the $ 199 watch later this year.
Misift didn’t skimp on specs for the Vapor. It has has a round 1.39-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, which is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 processor, and has two-day battery life. It’s also equipped with a heart rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope and altimeter. Read more…
… providers faster than the previous incarnations of FedRAMP, which were slow to develop and placed a drag on agency cloud computing adoption.
As the internet and new computing breakthroughs make tens of billions of formerly “things” we use daily smart, technology will affect nearly every aspect of our lives.
Millennials in the workplace are increasingly taking on IT decision maker (ITDM) roles, and in pursuit of improved agility, they are pushing their organizations to embrace public cloud and adjust IT policies to better enable innovation, according to a study by Microsoft and Wakefield Research.
As 2017 begins, millennials already represent a third of the workforce, and the Brookings Institute forecasts they will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025.
‘I’m fascinated by her,’ Cowell says of singer, who’s rumored to be contender to join show.
By Jocelyn Vena
<P>There are several women’s names currently being tossed around as potential judges for the upcoming season of “X Factor.” Avril Lavigne, <a href=”/news/articles/1679730/x-factor-new-judges-hosts.jhtml”>Janet Jackson and Britney Spears</a> are the leading rumored contenders to replace <a href=”/news/articles/1678191/paula-abdul-exits-x-factor.jhtml”>Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul</a> for the show’s completely revamped second season, which kicks off later this year.
</P><P>In a recent press call, Simon Cowell would not confirm who producers were talking to, but he did not deny that Jackson was on the table.
</P><P>”You can probably count on two girls,” fellow judge L.A. Reid added. “That we can confirm.”
</P><P>Cowell recently addressed the Britney buzz on Billy Bush’s <a href=”http://www.accesshollywood.com/billy-bush/simon-cowell-x-factor-would-be-a-walk-in-the-park-for-britney-spears_articletab_61327″ target=”_blank”>radio show</a>, continuing to play coy about the chatter. “Well, I’m fascinated by her. The fact that she’s still one of the most talked-about — not just pop stars, but people — in the world today means that you’ve got this star power. This girl’s got resilience, and the fact that she’s survived this and she’s still hot, she’s still having hit records and she’s still controversial … there’s a reason for that.
</P><P>”I would think that if she’s managed to sustain a family, a career, which is tough, this is a walk in the park,” he added, noting that he believes she would be a good judge.
</P><P>While Cowell seems to be dancing around the issue, British “X Factor” judge Louis Walsh may have let the cat out of the bag in an <a href=”http://www.breatheheavy.com/2012/02/uk-x-factor-judge-confirms-talks-with-britney/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed” target=”_blank”>interview</a> on U.K. talk show “Craig Doyle Live.” He shared that Spears was indeed talking to producers about possibly joining the show.
</P><P>”I know he is talking to Britney. I know he’s definitely talking to Britney to do the American show. Absolutely true and maybe Janet Jackson,” he said.
</P><P>In the end, Cowell summed up the current spate of rumors on that conference call. “There’s a load of speculation, some true, some not true. It’s true to say that a lot more people have entered the frame this year. We were waiting to see who was going to contact us before we actually contacted people,” he said last week. “We’re in that place right now, which is a good place to be in. We will meet a number of people over the next few weeks, mainly to explain to them that this is a big commitment when you do a show like this because of the mentoring aspect.”</p>
As the new year begins, I thought it would be interesting to hear from CEOs and CMOs on the resolutions they have for marketing and marketers. Below is a collection from a variety of different companies and industries–from GE to CareerBuilder to Ashley Stewart to Comcast.