Matt Kapko

Senior Writer

CIO.com Senior Writer Matt Kapko has been writing about technology since before the dawn of the iPhone, and covering media well before it was social. Matt lives with his wife in a nearly century-old craftsman in Long Beach, Calif. He can be reached on Twitter: @mattkapko or by email: matt@kapko.co.

Cortana explained: How to use Microsoft's virtual assistant for business

What is Windows Hello? Microsoft’s biometrics security system explained

What is Windows Hello? Microsoft’s biometrics security system explained

Windows Hello gives Windows 10 users an alternative way to log into their devices and applications using a fingerprint, iris scan or facial recognition. Here’s what the technology does, who uses it and the hardware required.

The 14 best Firefox add-ons of 2017

The 14 best Firefox add-ons of 2017

These extensions for Mozilla’s browser can help boost your productivity, reclaim privacy and automate mundane tasks.

What is EMM? Enterprise Mobility Management explained

What is EMM? Enterprise Mobility Management explained

The EMM market is evolving to provide ever more comprehensive (and specific) services for device and application management. Here’s a look at what it is and how it can meet the divergent needs of different companies.

The 10 must-have Safari extensions of 2017

The 10 must-have Safari extensions of 2017

For most macOS users, Apple's Safari browser is their window to the online world. These add-ons can make the browsing experience even better.

How collaboration improves IT outcomes

How collaboration improves IT outcomes

Blackstone and Coca-Cola CTOs encourage colleagues to restructure IT to deliver a more collaborative model for technology innovation.

Digital advertising surpassed TV ads in 2016

Digital advertising surpassed TV ads in 2016

Television has finally been ousted by smaller and smarter screens. Digital advertising jumped 22 percent in 2016, beating the TV market for the first time.

Twitter adds 9M new users, revenue beats low expectations

Twitter adds 9M new users, revenue beats low expectations

Twitter turned in an impressive quarter to kick off 2017, but 9 million new users and better-than-expected, but still declining, revenues won’t keep investors happy for long.

LinkedIn passes the 500 million registered user mark

LinkedIn passes the 500 million registered user mark

On the heels of rapid improvements across much of the platform LinkedIn now has 500 million registered users on board, one analyst says it could double or triple its reach under Microsoft.

Facebook claims Workplace success

Facebook claims Workplace success

Workplace, Facebook’s social network for business, is gaining more large customers such Starbucks and Viacom. The service, launched six months ago, is also expanding third-party integrations for key enterprise features.

Could Amazon become an enterprise collaboration contender?

Could Amazon become an enterprise collaboration contender?

Amazon has a series of apps that compete with Office 365 and G Suite, but they currently aren’t packaged and sold as a collective portfolio. Here’s how Amazon could become a major player in business software.

Microsoft Teams readies for battle in highly contested collaboration space

Microsoft Teams readies for battle in highly contested collaboration space

Microsoft's recent release Teams, a chat-based collaboration app, is counting on it's tight integration with Office 365 to succeed in a crowded collaboration space.

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