Facebook recently unveiled plans to launch a professional network called Facebook at Work that would compete with sites like LinkedIn. The service would allow users to message their colleagues, connect with people in their professional network and collaborate on work-related tasks. Is this a needed service or a future failure? In this installment of CIO Voices, top CIOs weigh in on Facebook at Work.
Speaking of Facebook at Work, in this week’s Searchlight roundup, Associate Site Editor Francesca Sales discusses whether the service can rejuvenate enterprise social collaboration. Also in Searchlight: Russian hackers stream live footage from 600 U.K. webcams; Firefox ditches Google for Yahoo.
Cop-turned-CIO Brett Goldstein has taken his commitment to Chicago to the next level by using open data to make his city smarter and more connected. Learn how Goldstein endeavored to break data out of silos in a cost-effective manner that didn’t require a complete overhaul of the city’s infrastructure.
Hortonworks Inc., a major distributor for Hadoop, announced last week that it was going public. What does this mean for big data and the enterprise? Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski evaluates the Hortonworks IPO and the future of open source data in the latest Data Mill.
With big data often comes big risk. In this Q&A, ARMA 2014 Conference presenter Barclay T. Blair discusses the benefits of information governance strategies and analytics in mitigating big data risk and improving the value of information.
How healthy is your mobile user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design? It’s clear that without proper attention to UX, your app could be headed for the sick ward. In this #CIOChat recap, participants share their UX and UI best practices in mobile app development to ensure a healthy, lasting and user-centered mobile app.