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2014-12-11 12:24:22

On InformationWeek Radio this week, host Curtis Franklin talks talent hunting from the CIO's perspective, security concerns during the holidays, and more. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-10 12:24:10

In 2014, big data started to move from the bleeding edge to the mainstream. InformationWeek spotlights 5 trends that led to this change. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-08 12:26:12

Managing tech is a hard job even in established companies, but what about startups? Interop Radio explores the issue with Joe Emison, founder and CTO of BuildFax. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-05 16:23:18

Geekend author David Wagner looks at Starbucks' new order ahead app, and it leaves him scratching his head while waiting for his latte on line. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-04 12:26:06

This week, InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin and his guests look at the debate over AI, what new server sales numbers mean for enterprises, and much more. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-01 23:02:07

IT executives and InformationWeek are saying the Internet of Things is overhyped.

2014-12-01 12:27:49

Interop Radio is back with InformationWeek editor and host Curtis Franklin giving a preview of the 2015 show in Las Vegas, which will focus on SDN, security, and virtualization. NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-11-25 08:30:27

With the Internet of Things market growing, wearables are in this holiday season. InformationWeek spotlights a dozen fitness trackers that can make great gifts. NEW YORK, Nov.

2014-11-21 16:25:48

Acting human and being intelligent are not the same thing. This week, Geekend author David Wagner offers up options for testing Artificial Intelligence. NEW YORK, Nov.

2014-11-20 16:29:56

On "This InformationWeek" host Curtis Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek discuss Mozilla's switch to Yahoo, BitTorrent for business, and the other important technology stories of the week.


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The word 'definiens' comes from the Latin word 'definire', 'to define'.
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