Sharon Gaudin

Senior Writer

Sharon Gaudin covers the Internet, social media, cloud computing and emerging technologies for Computerworld.


Could politics pull Zuckerberg away from Facebook?

Could politics pull Zuckerberg away from Facebook?

An interesting line in a proxy Facebook issued earlier this year has some wondering whether CEO Mark Zuckerberg might be eyeing politics.

NASA forges ahead with robotic space mechanic

NASA forges ahead with robotic space mechanic

The project is designed to lead to a greener, more sustainable space program since the satellites could be refueled and their lives greatly extended.

Zuckerberg shows off upcoming Facebook features

Zuckerberg shows off upcoming Facebook features

Facebook executives are showing off new features and technologies that could be added to the social network next year.

Amazon Go aims to change retail by eliminating check-out lines

Amazon Go aims to change retail by eliminating check-out lines

Amazon.com is using technology to try to change the shopping experience, and the retail industry in general, by eliminating check-out lines.

Capital One rides the cloud to tech company transformation

Capital One rides the cloud to tech company transformation

Capital One, one of the top 10 largest banks in the U.S. with $313 billion in total assets, wants to be a tech company that also is a top financial services provider.

AWS looks to take the drudge work out of data analysis

AWS looks to take the drudge work out of data analysis

The new service is designed to be a fully managed data catalog and ETL (extract, transform, load) system.

American Heart Association looks for cure in the cloud

American Heart Association looks for cure in the cloud

Executives at the American Heart Association are betting that the cure for heart disease, stroke and diabetes lies in the cloud.

Enterprises start to migrate critical legacy workloads to the cloud

Enterprises start to migrate critical legacy workloads to the cloud

Enterprises that got their feet wet with smaller cloud projects, are starting to focus on migrating large, critical legacy workloads.

AWS comes out swinging with A.I. services

AWS comes out swinging with A.I. services

Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy announced three artificial intelligence services that will be available to enterprise users this year, with more expected in 2017.

Researchers work to tame deadly selfies

Researchers work to tame deadly selfies

Researchers hope an app could save people from being killed while taking dangerous selfies.

More than half the world's people still off the Internet

More than half the world's people still off the Internet

Less than half of the world's population still isn't using the Internet, although the numbers are improving, according to a United Nations report.

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