[Wired News] - Social media didn't play a role in and neither did mobile,” said Bill Schlough, CIO of the Giants. “It did this time (for all three players).” The last time more than two Giants players were chosen for the All Star Game was in Even last year
[InformationWeek] - San Francisco Giants Chief Information Officer Bill Schlough told BYTE: "...at a typical game, fans download data over our Wi-Fi network at a rate roughly double the pace of uploads. At the perfect game, we set a new record for total data uploaded via
[InformationWeek] - San Francisco Giants CIO Bill Schlough and AT&T work hard so you can BYOD to the ball park. Watch our 12 minute... Inside The MIT Media Lab Where Technology Can Sense Emotions MIT researchers demonstrate what they are trying to do to
[Mobile Sports Report] - With his team having clinched the National League West, it made sense that San Francisco Giants CIO Bill Schlough was in a good mood at the AT&T event last week (where he was telling folks all about the wireless wonderland inside the stadium walls).
[Mobile Sports Report] - The Giants' Bill Schlough, in orange shirt, talks about stadium Wi-Fi. Credit: John Britton, AT&T. For the Giants and Schlough, every year afterward it became apparent that the initial outlay of 121 Wi-Fi access points wasn't going to be enough. The 50