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Posts Tagged With ‘ ReadWrite articles ’

‘LinkedIn Cofounder Wants To Teach You How To “Blitzscale” Your Company’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Gregory Ferenstein says, “Stanford is continuing its ultra-popular course series on creating tech startups. Starting this month, LinkedIn billionaire Reid Hoffman will be teaching a specialized version of the course on scaling businesses from small product ideas to large companies (or what he calls “blitzscaling”). “When you examine the history of iconic Silicon Valley companies, […]

‘Two-Factor Authentication Has Finally Become More Convenient’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Maxim Oliynyk says, “You have probably already heard it said: Important information needs to be kept as secure as possible, especially if it is stored online. But you cannot rely on a regular login and password for that. Such credentials can be easily surveilled, guessed or obtained through one of the hundreds of hacking tricks. […]

‘5 Trending Markets That Are Capitalizing On Virtual Reality’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Konstantin Andreev says, “Virtual reality is still in the early stages, and it still has several waves yet to go before entering the mainstream. But, with established companies dabbling in VR campaigns, it’s already proving to be a compelling storytelling tool that breaks both physical and economic barriers. Here’s how five industries are using VR […]

‘Google’s Alphabet: It’s All About Getting New Ideas Into Orbit’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Christopher Lochhead says, “Asking why Google created Alphabet is the wrong question. The right questions to ask are: Why did Google miss social networking? How is it that limo company Carey didn’t see the opportunity in smartphone-powered transportation and Uber’s founders did? Why did it take SAP until 2011 to get into cloud apps, twelve years […]

‘You’re Managing Your Customer Journeys All Wrong’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Pini Yakuel says, “Marketers have a veritable arsenal of tools to help them understand and manage their customer relationships. One that has become de rigueur these days is the customer journey map, which is essentially a flowchart that lays out the customer’s experience of dealing with your company. They can be very helpful, acting like visual aids […]

‘Yahoo Courts Developers With Tumblr In-App Sharing And Native Video Ads’ – ‘ReadWrite’

David Nield says, “At the Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference in New York Wednesday, the company announced the arrival of in-app sharing. The new framework aims to make it easier to share photos, videos, links and other media to Tumblr with one tap. The update, integrated into the Flurry software development kit, follows reports earlier this year that […]

‘Google Gets Going With Update For Go Programming Language’ – ‘ReadWrite’

David Nield says, “ Google’s attempt to kill off C just got a new development: Today, the company announced a new update for Go, its own 6-year-old programming language, bringing it to version 1.5. It’s the sixth major update since Go’s inception in 2009, and it finally removes all traces of the C language it’s built on. […]

‘Amazon Joins Adobe Flash Hate Parade’ – ‘ReadWrite’

David Nield says, “Amazon has announced that ads on its network (including the Amazon.com portal) will no longer be able to use Flash from September 1. It’s another nail in the coffin for the ailing interactive Web technology, which became the go-to tool for displaying videos, animations, games and other types of content online in […]

‘How To Run Remote Teams Effectively’ – ‘ReadWrite’

Hugo Messer says, “When compared to office-dwelling counterparts, managing a remote team has always been a challenge. But at least these days, modern technology helps the cause more than ever. Today’s tools enable communication and work in ways previously thought unimaginable. That doesn’t mean challenges don’t persist. Over the past 10 years, I have built many […]

‘Google Gets Going With Update For Go Programming Language’ – ‘ReadWrite’

David Nield says, “Google’s attempt to kill off C just got a new development: Today, the company announced a new update for Go, its own 6-year-old programming language, bringing it to version 1.5. It’s the sixth major update since Go’s inception in 2009, and it finally removes all traces of the C language it’s built on. Putting […]