From the Digital C-Suite

In Good Company: Congrats to the AlwaysOn Global...

Those of us who work in the technology space are a fortunate bunch. There is an indescribable energy when it comes to the startup world, which I suspect is a combination of fun, ambition, talent, and possibly the kegs and in-office espresso machines. I can still remember when, just a few years ago, Bizo was comprised of just a few guys in a tiny... Read More »

Microsoft “Do Not Track” Default Doesn’t Track...

Last week, Microsoft announced that its upcoming Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) browser will ship with the “do not track” (DNT) function turned on by default.  While Bizo has been a leading and vocal advocate of consumer transparency and control since the conceptions inception, we strongly believe that Microsoft’s pending move will be a bad one for... Read More »

With Great Data Comes Great Innovation: New...

The Department of Commerce (DOC) recently announced the “Commerce Business Apps Challenge,” a contest designed to help business create jobs and new opportunities by challenging developers to use DOC and other publicly available data to create an application that helps businesses. Now this is something to get excited about. Large data sets, or “big... Read More »

Will Data and Online Ad Targeting Determine the...

I recently spoke to the NY Times about how political candidates can use targeted online display advertising to precisely reach their audiences—in this case, voters. While the article focuses on how geo-targeting, online behavioral targeting, and even voting records are being used to determine how many of today’s political ads are being targeted,... Read More »