Queueing Theory Lets Any App Offer A Mailbox-Like Reservation System (Even If It’s Just For Building Buzz)
Ever since Google announced that access to its then-new email application Gmail would be invite-only at first, startup founders have been angling to reproduce that same kind of fervor for their own services.
Just under three weeks ago, Facebook announced a new look for its so-called Timeline pages. The new look reverses a two-column design Facebook introduced in 2011, replacing it with a simplified, single-column
Because the company is in ongoing negotiations with investors, Dell filed a copy of the email with the SEC. The company's founder and CEO has a lot of PR work to do with Dell employees, some of whom could
When you first switch on an iPhone, you are asked for your Apple account. Switch on an Android device and nine times out of ten you’ll be asked for a Google account (the other ten percent will be Amazon
All enterprises, regardless of what they produce or the services they deliver, are really information businesses. The accuracy, speed and precision of IT systems means the difference between winning or