Thursday, August 14, 2014

Around The Net

  • Google Heads Into The Enterprise WIth HP Cnet

    Google is in talks with Hewlett-Packard to bring its Google Now voice recognition software to enterprise applications -- similar to the way it developed a search appliance or engine for businesses. The partnership would allow Google Now to become the workhorse for company data. It means Android would have the ability to dig out financial information or inventory data when needed. HP would be valuable to Google in this case because of its wealth of relationships with corporate customers. ...Read the whole story

  • How U.K. Residents Consume Media Econsultancy

    Take a look at how U.K. consumers consume media. For 16- to-24-year-olds, laptops are more important than television. Adults rank phone calls, email, text messaging, live TV and books as the most important media. The top 10 Internet properties where people spend their time include Google, Facebook, Yahoo, BBC sites, Microsoft sites, eBay, and AccuWeather. ...Read the whole story

  • Searchmetrics Appoints Robyn Forman VP Marketing Searchmetrics

    Searchmetrics appointed Robyn Forman to VP of marketing to lead global branding, product marketing, demand generation, and marketing communications. Forman comes to Searchmetrics from SugarCRM, where she built the company's global marketing organization. Prior, Forman co-founded Pipeline Demand, a marketing consultancy to venture backed start-ups and large enterprises; and Engine140, a social media software company acquired by Vocus. ...Read the whole story

  • How To Quantify Mobile Data WordStream
Why Cognitive Computing Is A Big Deal For Big Data

When IBM's Watson won against humans playing "Jeopardy," most of the world considered it just another man against machine novelty act, going back to Deep Blue's defeat of chess champion Garry Kasporov in 1997. But it's ...More