Here are the influential voices leading the conversations where nonprofits and technology overlap.
While some might have labeled 2013 the "lost year in tech," we witnessed significant progresses made in business IT on several fronts.
In the world of sports, more teams invested in outfitting their teams and venues with technology, including beefed up wireless networks, tablet-based playbooks and customized mobile apps aimed at boosting the digital experience for fans. On the networking side, software-defined networking gained more steam and in the startup world, the nation's capital made a big splash with the launch of the Challenge Cup, Washington D.C.-based incubator 1776's global startup competition .
Standing at the top of the heap this year is our annual Must-Read IT Blogs list. This list was created in part with the direct input of our readers so it makes it even more special that the story ended up being the most popular BizTech article of the year.
Be sure to check the Must-Read list out along with the other top posts of 2013.