Setting the Record Straight on Big Data

In this episode of “Voices of KPCB,” KPCB Partners Anjney Midha and Mike Abbott join RelateIQ’s VP of Product DJ Patil to discuss all things big data. Is there too much hype? What will be the hits of the future? And, most importantly, where will human touch and intuition find a place in all of this?

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How to Build a Successful Business in China

Eric Feng has many years of experience expanding a U.S. business in China – never an easy feat, especially for startup firms. Feng is now CTO of the Internet-based personal magazine service Flipboard. Earlier in his career, he worked in China as an entrepreneur, building a company that was later acquired by Hulu, where he became CTO.

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calling all engineers: uncle sam needs you

a year ago today, i began one of the most interesting stints of my career: i became part of the technology surge team brought in from the private sector to fix HealthCare.gov. my time in washington was an eye-opener because i saw firsthand the endemic problems that undermine the government’s IT efforts, and i also saw what we need to do to overcome those problems.

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How Are Non-Healthcare Professionals Creating a Revolution in Healthcare Through Consumer Apps?

As part of the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) Leadership Salon series, KPCB Partner Beth Seidenberg hosted a panel of leaders in the booming digital health field. Ray Bradford, Founder & CEO of Spruce Health, Jason Oberfest, Co-Founder and CEO of Mango Health, and Andrew Rosenthal, Group Manager for Platform and Wellness of Jawbone, discussed the genesis of their various products, the increased need for privacy and data security, as well as how digital health can help revolutionize how consumers interact with their medical providers.

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Why We Invested In Magic Leap

Learning to race a sports car by the seat of your pants, finding the open receiver between the arms of giant pass rushers, swimming with whale sharks, climbing Everest without oxygen, taking your wizard owl from room to room, actually having a monster sleeping under your child’s bed, mining asteroids in orbit, warping the space time continuum, walking through your dream house before hiring a contractor, picking a college without buying a plane ticket, remembering the name of your boss’s spouse and your ex-boyfriend, learning by doing.

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10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT

When it comes to corporate IT, revolution is in the air. The way companies buy, build, manage, optimize and secure information technology is changing dramatically. From cloud computing to big data analytics to ubiquitous mobile connectivity, corporate IT systems are getting faster, more efficient, cheaper to operate and easier to use. In the process, a new wave of tech companies has emerged to challenge established players.

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