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How a bad board of directors could kill HPE
Verizon scores a decisive win in wireless shootout
RootMetrics testing shows that Verizon still offers more speed and reliability than its three major rivals.
True privacy online is not viable
You can hide from casual observers, but a motivated person will see through your attempts at anonymization.
The problem with Apple's 'original' programming
Apple is trying to take on Netflix and Amazon, but its shows leave a lot to be desired.
Why Google and Apple will rule mixed reality
Sorry, Microsoft and Magic Leap. The Silicon Valley smartphone giants have one thing you haven't got.
Not investing in employees’ mental health is bad business
A series of studies shows that millennials and CEOs have something in common: depression. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that not investing in them isn’t just bad business, it is stupid management.
Who are your customers?
You think you know, but it can be trickier to determine than we tend to think. Here’s some guidance.
Mapping: Disruption ahead!
What3Words brilliantly streamlines mapping but will require oversight if it becomes a government standard.
Why Twitter's new anti-harassment tools will fail
Twitter's new policies won't solve the harassment problem, and they'll ruin engagement, too.
Is President Trump a model for AI?
Columnist Rob Enderle writes that there may be merit in using people with certain behavioral elements to emulate AIs, but there are also dangers.
Does Apple need to reinvent the iPhone?
Apple recently revealed that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were instant bestsellers. So, what does this mean for the future of the “boring” iPhone?
Google's myriad messaging apps: Which are best for you?
With 11 overlapping apps and services to choose from, Google's communication offerings can be overwhelming. Here's how to understand the options and choose the best ones for you.
At Dulles, a security awareness success story
The detention of Norway’s former prime minister, when stripped of politics, was an example of proper security awareness.
Anatomy of a cloud project cost overrun
A handful of areas in cloud integration projects produce cost ‘surprises’ with alarming regularity. Recognizing the pattern is the first step in solving the problem.
Data realities of 2017 and beyond
There’s no escaping the facts anymore: Data rules everything now. Are IT leaders prepared to deal with that?
5 shocking new threats to your personal data
The internet and smartphones have come up with five new and surprising ways to steal or expose our personal data. These trends make panic sound like a good idea.
The best 18 Apple commercials of all time
Any discussion about Super Bowl commercials always leads to Apple. In this slideshow, one Macworld editor takes a look at his favorite Apple ads.
What CEOs can learn from President Trump’s coup
Columnist Rob Enderle describes how new CEOs missioned with massive change can experience far more success than failure.
RSA Conference 2017: Endpoint security in the spotlight
Lots of visibility and hype around next-generation endpoint security, suites, EDR and services at the upcoming RSA Security Conference
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