Nancy Gohring


Nancy Gohring is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

Desktop-as-a-Service: Your BYOD assist

Using virtualized desktops delivered from the cloud is a way to bring apps to wherever your users are working and whatever they're working on.

Google steps up push for Chromebooks in the office

Just as new low-cost Windows laptops are about to hit the market, Google is introducing new capabilities aimed at making Chromebooks more appealing to business users.

Zoho aims for improved information sharing with integrated suite

Zoho is integrating its suite of products in hopes of delivering a service for sales people that matches and in some cases beats market leader

Bime: The time is right for cloud BI

Bime, an early provider of a cloud BI product, is rolling out an update that includes an improved UI and simplified pricing.

How the new iPhones could help scientists predict the weather

Scientists hope to crowdsource barometric data so that they can do a better job at predicting the weather.

Auth0 wants to make it easy for devs to add authentication to apps

Auth0, a provider of identity services that developers can build into their apps, scored a $2.4 million investment.

Early Microsoft Delve users worry about privacy

Just a couple days after Microsoft began rolling out Delve, its new enterprise social offering, some people are worried and confused about potential privacy implications.

Early PaaS provider CloudBees to shut its service

CloudBees is shutting down its PaaS but will continue to offer products around Jenkins.

Tableau Software consumerizes data analysis with Project Elastic

Data analysis software vendor Tableau is developing a new iPad app that might solve one of the problems the company faces with expanding its reach.

Top CIOs: Start with 'yes' when it comes to new technologies

CIOs are finding a middle ground between dictating what kinds of technologies to allow and letting workers use anything.

Wanna get rich? Don't build an app

ComScore found that six brands -- Facebook, Google, Apple, Yahoo, Amazon, and eBay -- built nine of the top ten mobile apps.

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