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Get rid of risky mobile app behaviors in your workplace

Bad behavior is not just an issue regarding employees. It can also be an issue with mobile apps coming into your workplace.

Twitter the latest Silicon Valley firm accused of discrimination

If ever a region of the country needed a really good PR agent it is Silicon Valley, as the latest public attention focuses on a gender discrimination suit at Twitter.

IBM: Twitter data can help forecast demand, identify trends

IBM said it has worked with 150 customers in retail, agriculture, healthcare and other industries on mining Twitter data and is now rolling out a couple more services aimed at making it easier for more businesses to tap into this data source. 

News Scan: Security managers still struggle with staffing, threat pace; Successful CIOs need strong social skills; More

The top news stories for March 12, 2015.

News Scan: SAP to cut 2,200 jobs; Malware continues to elude detection tools; More

The top news stories for March 6, 2015.

Mobile startup shakes up staid legal contract world

Shake, a New York-based startup that provides a mobile legal technology platform for freelancers and small businesses, is now targeting enterprises with its Shake Pro product unveiled on Wednesday.

IBM, Juniper bringing embedded analytics to switches

IBM and Juniper Networks are working together to build networking infrastructure with built-in analytics that take advantage of big data to boost performance of applications.

How CIOs can have a favorable digital profile

Making it in business today is as much about establishing a public presence as anything else. With that in mind, CIOs can benefit from these tips on how to create and maintain a positive digital profile--one that confirms your credibility and authority.

Spotlight: Twitter blames Apple for loss of 4 million users

Twitter is blaming Apple, more specifically iOS 8, for the loss of 4 million users, reports Business Insider.

Twitter data used to predict heart disease mortality

Analyzing tweets is not just an activity befitting marketing efforts. Such has great value in medicine and public health too. One great example of that is a recent study titled "Psychological Language on Twitter Predicts County-Level Heart Disease Mortality" by University of Pennsylvania researchers published in the journal Psychological Science.