Matt Kapko

Senior Writer

Matt Kapko specializes in the convergence of social media, mobility, digital marketing and technology. As a senior writer at CIO.com, Matt covers social media and enterprise collaboration. Matt is a former editor and reporter for ClickZ, RCR Wireless News, paidContent and mocoNews, iMedia Connection, Bay City News Service, the Half Moon Bay Review, and several other Web and print publications. Matt lives in a nearly century-old craftsman in Long Beach, Calif. He enjoys traveling and hitting the road with his wife, going to shows, rooting for the 49ers, gardening and reading.

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Were Apple's 'leaked' iPhone 7 tweets really a mistake?

Were Apple's 'leaked' iPhone 7 tweets really a mistake?

The recent iPhone 7 launch presented Apple with a fresh opportunity to tackle Twitter, but the company's first iPhone-related tweets came a half-hour before it officially announced the phone.

Google Drive gets machine-learning search features

Google Drive gets machine-learning search features

Google's Drive cloud storage service this week got a familiar search feature that has helped defined the Google experience for years.

CMOs much more likely than CIOs to lead digital transformation

CMOs much more likely than CIOs to lead digital transformation

Digital transformation is not just another buzzword; it's an escape plan for businesses that can't keep up with tech modernization. However, new research indicates many CIOs shy away from the challenge.

Twitter's live NFL debut a good start, but …

Twitter's live NFL debut a good start, but …

Twitter passed its first big live-football test last Thursday, but the social platform must cultivate more unique value for NFL fans if it hopes to steal them away from traditional TV broadcasts.

Why a leading PR firm chose Facebook at Work

Why a leading PR firm chose Facebook at Work

When Facebook released a live-video feature for Facebook at Work, Weber Shandwick was one of the first companies to put it to use. The service hasn't replaced the PR's firms other collaboration tools (yet), but it is quickly gaining...

Cisco spotlights iOS 10's best business features

Cisco spotlights iOS 10's best business features

Apple's latest version of iOS comes packed with features for Cisco's corporate customers. At least 30 organizations have already tested the iOS enhancements, and Cisco says they saw significant IT management gains.

Why IT will be key to successful VR marketing

Why IT will be key to successful VR marketing

Savvy CIOs have an opportunity to position themselves at the intersection of marketing and virtual reality, and their IT teams should get involved early and take a vested interest in the advancement of VR.

Facebook Messenger now supports native payments

Facebook Messenger now supports native payments

Facebook today announced Messenger Platform v1.2, and the company's head of Messenger, David Marcus, says it is committed to making the bot experience even better than traditional app experiences.

Why iPhone 7 might be a better fit for enterprise than consumers

Why iPhone 7 might be a better fit for enterprise than consumers

Apple's new iPhone 7 may not have an audio port, but it does pack many improvements that are much more important to business users.

Behind the scenes of Apple's iPhone 7 event

Behind the scenes of Apple's iPhone 7 event

CIO.com was at Apple's iPhone 7 unveiling this week and shot a series of photographs that provide an insider's view of the exclusive event.

Apple updates App Store developer guidelines ahead of iOS 10

The days are numbered for iOS apps that crash instantly upon launch or that use lengthy names to game search results, according to Apple's newly revised set of App Store developer policies.

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