This week on GigaOM Research, our analysts took a look at the root of industry disruption and the challenges of providing 24/7 IT, and they propose some improvements for the cleantech and electric car industries.
This week our latest batch of quarterly wrap-up reports proved to be some of the most popular content on GigaOM Research. Each report provides a cheat sheet to the major news events, executive shakeups, and new technologies to emerge over the past three months. And it has been an eventful quarter: Between the NSA leak scandal, announcements at WWDC, Fisker’s downfall, and more, there’s plenty to catch up on.
This week the most popular content on GigaOM Research included a deep look at what the future holds for the Xbox One, how to implement a smart mobile strategy, and why the death of Google Reader wasn’t such a bad thing.
This week, with news of executive shakeups at Zynga and Microsoft, GigaOM Research readers focused on the mobile arena. Cited as an Achilles’ heel for IT giants like IBM and Microsoft, our analysts have two takes on the near-term future of mobile in the enterprise.
It was another big week for the cloud on GigaOM Research. The most popular research content includes multiple perspectives on the cloud: its role in the internet of things and in enterprise IT and how it relates to national security.
This week, the cloud proved to be very popular on GigaOM Research – no surprise as we ramp up for our Structure conference this week in San Francisco.
California regulators have approved over $18 million to install more hydrogen fueling stations in the state in an effort to promote zero-emission cars and achieve its emission-reduction goals.
The U.S. solar market is continuing to grow quickly in 2013, and the residential market is looking particularly bright.
A growing number of startups is emerging to serve as matchmaking services among investors, project developers, businesses and consumers.
This week on GigaOM Research, our analysts closely followed IBM’s announcement around its acquisition of SoftLayer, while other popular research content looks at innovation at a systemic level as well as the changing role of the IT department.