A Cynic Predicts IT and Media in 2011 (Prove me wrong or shut the heck up.) As pondered by Tony Greenberg and Alex Veytsel 1.
Tag: Media Companies
Sourcing Advisor 2011 was a very busy year for us at RampRate. I’ve spent nearly 20 years, on many sides, of the technology business and
Buggy Whip Business Who’s in the buggy whip business in technology these days? By that, I mean, what companies are about to become obsolete thanks
IT services transparency SANTA MONICA, Calif.─Nov. 16, 2010─ Because Fortune 1000 and Internet firms often spend millions of dollars on top-rated premium technology and telecommunications
Format War Everyone loves a format war. These things happen once every five years or ten years. The last one that happened was about ten
CDN Pricing Content Delivery Network (CDN) industry watchers recently reported seeing pricing of $.01 per GB of data transferred. What does this mean? Let’s translate into plain
YouTube as a millstone around Google’s profitability is a mirage. Contrary to Credit Suisse’s estimates of a $470M annual loss, Google is more likely losing
The Digital Music Forum Thanks to Marty Lafferty and the Distributed Computing Industry Association for inviting me to speak at the Digital Music Forum East last week.