Inforocked.com has highlighted a number of Tech Heroines lately and for good reason, as women have become a major part of the progress of some of the largest technology success stories since the internet explosion.
Clara Shih is the co-founder and CEO of Hearsay Social, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) social media marketing management platform. She is also a board member at Starbucks.
39 year old Jack Dorsey is one of the co-founders of micro-blogging social media site Twitter, and is also the CEO of the financial and merchant services provider, Square Inc. He is an American businessman and web developer.
Kim Reid is one of the pioneers of e-commerce in South Africa, and the founder and co-CEO of Takealot.com, one of Africa’s biggest retail websites.
The temptation to idolize an international role model seems as natural as the globalization of business celebrities, who becomes more mainstream with young entrepreneurs, regularly glorified as they sell their start up for millions, rather billions of dollars. Why stray so far away when these stars can be found on our shores.
At their latest event, Blackberry has revealed all the details of a surprising new deal. Samsung mobile and Blackberry will be teaming up and making communication safer for companies, with Samsungs Knox software, that will be running on the new Blackberry server, known as BES12.
If you’ve ever streamed online content, you’re likely familiar with the “Mega” brand, which includes sites such as Megaupload.com and Megavideo.com. The man behind these websites is Kim Dotcom.
We seldom hear about women in the tech industry, but they are making waves, seemingly behind the scenes. One of them is Cher Wang, a Taiwanese businesswoman and the co-founder of HTC.