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Margaret Franco, SVP of Marketing EMEA at Dell EMC, shares her insights on how predictive modeling and personalizing content has helped to improve Dell EMC’s marketing results and enhance the customer journey.
Dan Rogers, CMO of ServiceNow, shares his thoughts on the importance of metrics-driven marketing, the dynamic relationship between marketing and culture and how to utilize content to guide the buyer’s journey.
IDG.tv host Jimmy Conrad is live on the show floor today with Alexander Whitley, Choreographer/Director of the Alexander Whitley Dance Company, Lucy Dusgate, Digital Programmer at The Lowry, and Tom Higham, Creative Director of Mediale. Join these fascinating folks and our host as they tackle the question of how to merge the traditional arts and new media. Find more on the featured companies here: The Alexander Whitley Dance Company http://www.alexanderwhitley.com/ Tom Higham https://tomhigham.net/ Lucy Dusgate http://www.thelowry.com/
Margaret Franco, SVP of Marketing EMEA at Dell EMC, discusses the CMO’s evolving role, the relationship between marketing and culture and how Dell EMC uses account-based marketing to better understand the needs of the customer.
IDG.tv host Jimmy Conrad is live at the Great Britain House at SXSW 2017 with Deepa Mann-Kler and Luke McNeice of RETNE and Tim Harper, Brand Director of The Tin talking VR and the future of interaction and entertainment. Find more about RETNE here: http://www.kainos.com/appliedinnovation #NIatSXSW Find The Tin here: http://www.thetin.net/ http://www.bandexplorervr.com/
The UK's Minister of State in the Department for International Trade, Greg Hands, joins host Jimmy Conrad at SXSW 2017 to talk about the importance of the British presence at the festival, and how he sees his nation's creators and innovators driving global business.
CIO.com senior writer, Sarah White digs into recent research to look at the impact employee engagement has on your business and the economy as a whole.
Gareth Edwards, director of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sits down to talk about the influences British cinema has had on the global filmmaking community, and how his crew in particular conquered the imposing challenge of tackling a Star Wars film.
Logitech Professional Presenter R800 gives you powerful control for high-impact presentations. The brilliant green laser pointer is easy to see, even on flat panel displays, projection screens, and in brightly lit rooms. Manage your time with silent, vibrating alerts and controls that are easy to set and adjust. Move about for greater impact, with a range of up to 100 feet (30 meters) you can cover every corner of the room.
Apple is against Trump's executive order.
Apple celebrates diversity, but a big test to its commitment to being inclusive will come at next month's shareholder meeting.
Chinese search giant Baidu has named former Microsoft business group head Qi Lu as its COO and group president.
New York's smart city strategy centers around multiple small pilot projects. Computerworld pounded the Manhattan pavement to see how citizens are taking to the tech changes around them.
Apple CEO Tim Cook's total compensation took a dive for 2016, as the company missed its financial targets for the year.
There'll be a to-do list from the IT department in the president's 'in' tray when Donald Trump enters the White House later this month.
John Gallant, Chief Content Officer for IDG Enterprise, sits down with Kirill Tatarinov, CEO of Citrix, to discuss the company’s vision and transformation over the past year.
IBM’s pledges to hire 25,000 professionals in the U.S. and invest US$1 billion in employee training and development over four years don’t represent new plans, the company confirmed late Tuesday.
IBM will hire 25,000 workers in the U.S. over the next four years, the company's CEO said Tuesday on the eve of a meeting between technology industry leaders and President-Elect Donald Trump.
Here's what data each telemetry level collects and the price you pay to send the least telemetry to Microsoft -- at least for enterprises.
The internet of things is so complex that some enterprises would rather turn to one vendor to determine the business case for an IoT deployment, design the system, roll it out and operate it as a service. At least that’s what IBM believes.
In networking these days, big cloud companies like Google and Facebook are at the top of their game. Here are five things that most enterprises can’t do to become like the Internet giants, followed by five things they can.
Data visualization specialist Tableau Software is bringing in seasoned talent to help it compete in an increasingly cloud-based world. The company has hired longtime Amazon Web Services executive Adam Selipsky as its CEO, replacing cofounder Christian Chabot.
These 5 courses will take you from newbie to Linux pro. Complete with two classes designed for Linux beginners, the Linux Essentials Bundle is the first step to a system administrator career, or to making a lateral move to your IT department.
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner is leaving after 11 years in the role. His role will be divided among five senior executives.
Intel, SAP, Lyft, Spotify and VMware are among over 30 Silicon Valley companies that on Wednesday signed a pledge that they would take action to make their technology workforce "fully representative of the American people, as soon as possible."
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