Posts tagged “Opinion Analysis”
Microsoft is starting to show maturity in its evolution to address the "cloud-first, mobile-first world", reporting positive corporate growth for the first time in more than a year. With this maturity, Microsoft struggles to drive traditional software growth but has maintains relatively stable margins in the mid-20 percernt range, says TBR analyst.
You have to wonder why major stores, corporations, and Internet stalwarts keep getting hacked. A Tripwire study may point to the reason.
The share of women in the U.S. computing workforce will decline from 24 percent to 22 percent by 2025, according to new research from Accenture and Girls Who Code.But interventions beginning in junior high school could make a big difference
The role of healthcare IT services in IBM's services turnaround is escalating says TBR analyst.
Worldwide IT spending is forecast to reach $3.5 trillion in 2017, up 2.9 percent from 2016 estimated spending of $3.4 trillion, driven by growth in software and IT services revenue, according to the latest forecast by Gartner Inc.
Investor sentiment saw a decisive uptick in the results from the most recent StreetWise, E*TRADE's quarterly tracking study of experienced investors. a decisive uptick in positive investor sentiment: Among other things, when asked which movie best expresses how they feel about the market now, "Easy Rider" is gaining on "Dazed and Confused."
IBM's commitment to restructuring its business to more closely align with evolving customer demands continues, and its impact on revenue performance can be seen in IBM's ongoing slowdown of year-to-year revenue declines. So say analysts at TBR.
This might scare you, but the Terminator version 0.1 is already here. Autonomous killing machines are already being used by militaries and it is very likely that they start creeping into civilian situations. This is the subject of my new column, coauthored with Aaron Johnson, a colleague at Carnegie Mellon Engineering who has been researching this subject.
This is one of those things no one talks about until you bring it up, but then when you do, everyone knows exactly what you're talking about and totally agrees with you: Revenge is an awesome motivator, especially in startup, says veteran entrepreneur, author and blogger Joe Procopio.
Donald Trump's campaign says a government plan to give up managing key operations of the internet poses a threat of outside censorship of online information. But does it? No, says the group ICANN, which already administers key net functions, and others. But the debate continues, and a group continuing to speak out against the move is Americans for Limited Government, a Washington-based organization. Robert Romano, the group's senior editor, offers his analysis of what's happening.
What can entrepreneur support organizations and economic development organizations do within cities to avoid becoming bureaucracies and simply remove barriers to quick growth and success? Here are recommendations.
Guest opinion: The distant future is no longer distant, writes former Triangle tech entrepreneur turned academic and author Vivek Wadhwa. The pace of technological change is rapidly accelerating, and those changes are coming to you very soon, whether you like it or not.
2016 has proven to be a year of online extortion through various malicious attack methods. Trend Micro Incorporated , a global security software and solutions company, has published its security roundup report, "The Reign of Ransomware," which analyzes the trends in attacks and vulnerabilities seen throughout the first half of this year. showing a 172 percent increase in ransomware and $3 billion in losses due to business email compromise scams so far in 2016.
Even though social media spending by marketers has tripled since 2009, it still falls short of levels predicted five years ago and companies say it contributes little to their overall performance. So says the CMO Survey from Duke University.
Analysis: Now, just as in 1960 and almost every election since, today's presidential contest focuses on the economy. One of the big economic issues is relatively slow growth. Which candidate offers the best plan? Each of us has about two months to decide which best fits reality! Here's an overview of both plans.
- AT&T to close flooded Goldsboro call center; workers offered chance to transfer
- Some buyers call classes by 'Flip or Flop' stars misleading
- SAS ranks No. 2 in global Great Place to Work list
- US stocks mostly slip; real estate falls, industrials climb
- Report: Women won't earn as much as men for 170 years