Half of Fortune 500 companies and U.S. federal agencies infected with DNSChanger malware
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Only 6% Of Top 100 Fortune 500 Companies Have Sites That Comply With Google's Mobile Requirements

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Last month at the SMX Advanced Conference in Seattle, the head of Google’s webspam team Matt Cutts briefed the audience on the importance of mobile SEO. “You really need to be thinking about mobile,” said Cutts during his keynote session, “We’re starting to think a lot... Please visit Search Engine...
Only 6% Of Top 100 Fortune 500 Companies Have Sites That Comply With Google's Mobile Requirements

How do Fortune 500 companies implement cloud?

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Is the CIO your supervisor, your peer or your ideal customer? Discover how IT professionals are embracing (or eschewing) the latest trends in infrastructure. How do you run more than 500 business applications in a virtualized environment? Which architects are building with OpenStack? How do you support a multibillion dollar...
How do Fortune 500 companies implement cloud?

BlackBerry Says Fortune 500 Companies Are Already Getting On Board With Its New Smartphones (BBRY)

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BlackBerry's latest operating system suffered months of delays, and its Z10 smartphone had a rocky debut. But the company says big US companies haven't lost interest in its products.  BlackBerry claims that 60 percent of Fortune 500 firms are either testing or using the software for managing its first two...
BlackBerry Says Fortune 500 Companies Are Already Getting On Board With Its New Smartphones (BBRY)
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13 Companies That Could Be New York's Next Billion-Dollar Exit

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Tumblr was New York City's first $1 billion exit since DoubleClick sold to Google in 2007. But it won't be the last. A number of other startups in New York have become huge businesses, expected to exit for at least $1 billion. Others probably won't get the billion-dollar acquisitions they're...
13 Companies That Could Be New York's Next Billion-Dollar Exit
Mary Meeker highlights US immigration hypocrisy

Erply Raises $2.15 Million Series B Led By Redpoint For iPad-Oriented Retail Software Tech

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Erply, the startup that makes iPad-oriented and cloud-based point of sale and inventory management software for retailers, has raised $2.15 million in new funding, co-founder CEO Kristian Hiiemaa tells TechCrunch. The round, which is Erply’s Series B, was led by Redpoint Ventures with the participation of Index Ventures and Dave...
Erply Raises $2.15 Million Series B Led By Redpoint For iPad-Oriented Retail Software Tech
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Fortune 500: Brands that last

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What we learned visiting Fortune 500 companies around Silicon Valley. FORTUNE -- I heard a wise person say recently that we don't work for companies. We work for brands. That resonated for me. I work for Fortune, one of the great American brands, a name that stands for quality journalism, seriousness of...
Fortune 500: Brands that last
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