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Gartner Digital Workplace Hype Cycle: Get Ready for an Exciting Ride

Digital workplace technologies constitute one of the biggest disruptors the global workforce has ever seen, according to Gartner distinguished …

Corpa on the App Store

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Why European Islam’s current problems might reflect a 100-year-old mistake

EVERY time a European city is shaken by an act of mass violence, the continent's heavy-weight newspapers host agonised debates over what has gone …

Larry Ellison explains why life isn't about money: 'At some point, you can't spend all of it. Trust me, I've tried'

Ellison's commencement speech was quite the coup for the USC class, but there's a good reason why he was there.<p>He was granted an honorary doctorate by USC, a Doctor of Humane Letters. He has just donated $200 million to the university, one of the largest donations in USC's history, to establish a …

Mobile is Eating the World

Consumer & Enterprise<p>In the 1970s, Martin Cooper, a brilliant engineer from Motorola, had a brilliant idea: He wanted to make phones mobile and …

Introducing Corpa: True Enterprise Mobility

Enterprise software changed the way organizations manage their resources — processes, workflows, people, assets and more. We have come a long way to …

NYC Rises As A Hub For Software-As-A-Service Startups

Brad Svrluga Contributor<p>Brad is a co-founder and General Partner at Primary Venture Partners.<p>Debating the importance of Software-as-a-Service long ago became a great way to flag yourself as a luddite.<p>The enterprise software market has become the SaaS market, and historic enterprise titans like …

How companies can enrich shareholders—and the planet

A quiet corporate revolution is underway: Companies are beginning to compete to change the world for the better. The drive for profit, often …

Navigating The New Waters Of Fundraising

Andy Tang Contributor<p>Andy Tang is CEO of Draper University.<p>As a VC that has been in the industry for 15 years, I have watched many trends come and go. For the first few years of my career, my colleagues and I spent most of our time sourcing these trends and then incubating new innovation right here …

BMW Unveils Retro-Liveried 3.0 CSL Hommage R at Pebble Beach

Forty years ago, BMW, eager to establish a larger presence in the United States, took the Batmobile IMSA racing. The E9 3.0 CSL, festooned with a honkin’ wing and fender flares large enough to qualify as affordable housing in some parts of San Mateo County, acquitted itself quite admirably in …

Batmobile

21 Women Tell Straight Guys What It Takes To Be “Good” In Bed

1. Listening<p>Listening. When we say “right there” do NOT change what you are doing!! That usually means we’re close to an orgasm and if you change …

You Are Not Late

Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was available? All words; short …

Why platforms beat products every time

Is the product business model broken?According to Professor Marshall Van Alstyne, Digital Fellow of the IDE, and moderator of the MIT Sloan CIO …

This man's startup solves such a big problem, everyone he showed it to invested

AtScale came out of stealth a couple of months ago, and on Tuesday Mariani announced that he raised a $7 million series A round of funding.<p>That's not a lot of money by today's Internet Bubble 2.0 standards, but it's the people who have backed this company, and the story of how they came to back it, …

Blendle Signs German Media To Its Pay-Per-Article Journalism Marketplace

Blendle, a Dutch startup that’s applying a Netflix style marketplace to journalism, has signed up the mainstay of German publishers to its pay-per-article market. It said today that all major newspapers and magazines in the country have announced they will start selling individual stories via its …

Stories at the Edge

How Everyone Gets the ‘Sharing’ Economy Wrong

Uber isn’t the Uber for rides—it’s the Uber for low-wage jobs<p>If you want to start a fight in otherwise polite company, just declare that the “sharing economy” is the new feudalism, or else that it’s the future of work and all the serfs should just get used to it, already.<p>The “sharing economy” …

Startups

A Product Person’s Perspective on Enterprise Selling - by Steven Sinofsky

Many of the technical founders I have the opportunity to work with are well-versed in the architecture and features of their products (and products …

Product Management

Why Tesla’s announcement is such a big deal: The coming revolution in energy storage

<i>This story has been updated</i>.<p>Late Thursday, the glitzy electric car company Tesla Motors, run by billionaire Elon Musk, ceased to be just a car company. As was widely expected, Tesla announced that it is offering a home battery product, which people can use to store energy from their solar panels or …

Clean Energy

Life advice upon turning age 30, from the president of Y Combinator

<i>I turned 30 last week and a friend asked me if I’d figured out any life advice in the past decade worth passing on. I’m somewhat hesitant to publish this because I think these lists usually seem hollow, but here is a cleaned up version of my answer:</i><p>The days are long but the decades are short<p>1) …

Self-help

How to Configure Gmail with OS X Yosemite Mail – MacStories

My friend Amy is having her first experience with using Gmail, and, it, <i>um</i>, isn’t going as well as she’d like. The good news is that although Apple's Mail.app and Gmail have had a rocky relationship in the past, Mail.app in Yosemite works pretty well with Gmail, but there <i>are</i> some things that you …

Apps

LinkedIn acquires online education company Lynda.com for $1.5B to help progress your career

LinkedIn has revealed it has acquired online education company Lynda.com in a deal worth $1.5 billion.<p>Lynda.com first came out of the starting blocks 20 years ago with a book on how to design websites, before going on to hit profitability in 1997 and then establishing itself as a web-based resource …

Online Education

American Entrepreneurship Is Actually Vanishing. Here's Why | Inc.com

The growing dominance of established players in the retail and services sectors has a rough parallel in the tech industry. New research from Play Bigger, which advises business leaders on creating new markets, found that tech companies today achieve market-cap milestones--$500 million, $1 billion, …

Entrepreneurship

7 hot mobile start-ups to watch

By any traditional definition, Artemis may not qualify as a start-up, since it was founded in the early 2000s. Still, much of that time was spent in …

Startups

Fan killed, several hurt in horrific Nurburgring crash

Factory Nissan got airborne, flipped over the catch fence, and landed among spectators.<p>One motorsports fan is dead and several more are injured in the wake of a horrific crash during today's VLN endurance race at the Nürburgring.<p>Nissan factory driver Jann Mardenborough's GT-R became airborne—it's …