Online News Editor, Network World
Bob Brown, BU grad and 1-time yo-yo champ now editing Network World, tracking Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, CIOs, IT pros, network research, VCs, startups
businessinsider.com — When people think of tech startups, two places typically come to mind: the Silicon Valley and New York City. The average person probably can't think of a major tech company from anywhere else. That's why it's such a surprise to see the huge startup community blossoming in Kansas City, Kansas.
networkworld.com — Network World - Accel Partners Tuesday announced a $100 million fund to back software companies exploiting the technology foundation built by the first wave of Big Data start-ups. Accel refers to this next round of startups as builders of data driven software used by organizations to make better decisions.
networkworld.com — It was -- assuming past tense remains applicable here -- one of those Internet Easter eggs that would often show up on lists of Internet Easter eggs: Click on the exclamation point after Yahoo on the Yahoo homepage and you'd hear a chorus of yodelers sing "Ya-hooooo-oo."
networkworld.com — Wi-Fi is blossoming in the enterprise as organizations find new ways to leverage the wireless infrastructure and workers, having benefited from mobility, demand increased range and better performance (and support for all those devices they are bringing in from home).
networkworld.com — Colorado State University researchers have been awarded a three-year, $850K National Science Foundation grant to help make the next generation of supercomputers more green. [ The 10 Fastest Supercomputers on Earth] Sudeep Pasricha, H. J.
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