Evernote CEO Phil Libin on Turning Loyal Users Into Paying Customers

In the second part of a Q&A, the company’s founder also talks about its security breach earlier this year, plans for an IPO and new data centers, and why good problems are worse than bad problems.


NetSuite Speeds Data-Center Rollout Amid NSA Spying

Cloud application vendor NetSuite Inc. is accelerating its construction of data centers in Europe as a result of the National Security Agency’s eavesdropping activities.

What’s Next for GPU Chips? Maybe the Network.

We’re a long way from gaming now.

How Reliable Will Facebook’s Windy New Iowa Home Be?

If it’s wind power Facebook wants, the Hawkeye state is the place to be.

Cisco Warns That 2014 Is Going to Be a Tough Year

After a tough quarter, analysts are surprised by the negative look ahead.

Nutanix Teams With RiceHadleyGates on Global Expansion Push

Growing international business is tricky.

NSA Hacked Links Between Google and Yahoo Data Centers, Says Latest Snowden Revelation

The so-called MUSCULAR project grabs data from fiber-optic cables. That would be illegal on U.S. soil, but it takes place overseas.

Cisco Checks on the Cloud and Confirms That It’s Getting Bigger

You probably knew that. But did you know how big?

Fusion-io Rises on Speculation It Might Be the Next Flash Company to Sell Out

After two big flash acquisitions, will Fusion be next?

Cisco Catches Flash Madness With Whiptail Acquisition

Another day, another flash deal.

My, Look at ARM’s Healthy Sales