Verizon Hops on Voice-LTE Bandwagon
Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in Calif.
Do You Need a Chief Customer Officer?
Small Biz at High Risk for Data Breach
Earthquake Damage Could Reach $1B
Wireless provider Verizon is gearing up for a nationwide launch of its Voice-over-LTE service over the next several weeks, promising clearer and crisper phone calls and a Skype-like video service.
California’s new law -- signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday -- aimed at deterring cellphone theft could mean most mobile phones sold in the U.S. will soon include similar “kill-switch” tech.
Good question. Curtis Bingham, founder and executive director of the Chief Customer Officer Council, has a good answer: Yes. As Bingham sees it, the question really isn't whether you need a CCO but when.
The big data breaches like the Target hack and Heartbleed bug make headlines. But for every high-profile case, there are dozens of threats to confidential data held by everyday enterprises.
The destructive 6.0-magnitude earthquake in Napa County, California, that injured scores of people, ruined historic buildings and buckled streets may have caused as much as $1 billion in damage.