“I was more of a strategist and wanted to interact with people, rather than being confined to behind my computer screen. … I really appreciate human interaction. I love having really deep, intimate conversations in person.”
Starting this fall, all students living in on-campus housing will have access to the Xfinity…
Mistake in Some Google Groups Permissions Left Sensitive Info Accessible to BC Students, Faculty, Staff
Until December 2017, Google Groups containing hundreds of University communications and associated documents with restricted,…
Google’s “20 percent project” lets employees explore future roles for themselves in the company.
“Technology and marketing is not separate,” Jenni Mannion said. “It is one. They’re just so intertwined, it’s almost hard to see the difference in a lot of ways.”
As a part of the second annual Advancing Research and Scholarship at Boston College day, Marvin Chow, senior director of marketing at Google and BC ’95, spoke on Google’s collection of lots of data, and how Google uses that data to make the world a better place.
The BC alum recounted five important realizations to which he has come on his unconventional path from school to the social media industry, the first of which is that having a 10-year plan does not always make sense.