Twitter Ups Security for Shared Accounts


For many professionals, celebrities, and enterprises, Twitter is a branding boon. Instantly connecting with thousands or even millions of followers – providing up-to-the-minute information about sales, promotions, activities, or special events – presents a world of opportunity for those in the public eye. Unsurprisingly, high-profile Twitter accounts are prime targets for vandals and hackers. Often, […]

Please join us at LinkedIn for discussion


We exist, dear readers, for you. And we have noticed that you have been changing the way you interact with us. Fewer and fewer of you interact by leaving comments on posts. Increasingly you interact with us via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. And some really interesting/cool people interact with us via Google Plus. We want you […]

Our Freemium Future: Development teams take advantage of free, entry-level versions of software 

Michael Williams

CTOs should consider having their development teams take advantage of free, entry-level versions of software – known as freemium software – to test out the functions of commercial products. From the perspective of Michael Williams, BIRT Product Evangelist & Forums Manager at reporting and analytics leader Actuate, freemium software is a resource that can really […]

Twitter’s Fight for Transparency Targets the U.S. Government


American interest in online privacy and surveillance programs has jumped since Edward Snowden’s revelations about digital government surveillance in the United States. Deteriorating public relations have plagued intelligence agencies that have been identified as participating in the mass surveillance phenomenon, and many tech companies have already responded to their customers’ concerns with more encryption or […]

Windows 10 Evidences Transitions at Microsoft


When Microsoft released Windows 8 two years ago, its massive departure from its predecessor made a big splash in the technology community. Windows 8 represented a big change for Microsoft, which was investing heavily on the fact that desktop computers, laptops, and tablets were quickly converging toward a common platform. While the incorporation of touch-screens and […]

Changes to CTOvision Reporting: Select your options to ensure you don’t miss a trend


CTOvision provides context for the enterprise technology community. We disseminate our content via a special LinkedIn Group  of vetted technologists, via Twitter feeds, through Facebook and via newsletters designed to provide tailored information based on your needs. Please confirm you have selected the newsletters you need by visiting the URL Here is a list of […]