A large part of big data management is knowing what data to analyze, what to back up and what to
The next generation of low-power Atom chips for microservers is due in the second half of 2013, ahead of rival
Today’s IT groups make too many ROI guesstimates and have too little accountability, says this financial industry IT exec, in
You don’t need to always be closing, but you should always be challenging.
In this sixth installment in our series, Howard Anderson profiles the pioneers of radio.
How can you avoid cost overruns with infrastructure as a service (IaaS) from Amazon and other cloud services? Cloud usage
Only a few short days after the announcement of Facebook’s new Home on Android, leaked builds of the software
Our 2013 State of Database Technology Survey shows IT teams finally gaining leverage thanks to cloud, virtualization, open source.<br style="clear:
This CIO looks to the venture community for insight into the latest technologies.
As we reported a couple of weeks ago, Google’s unified messaging service is well on its way to being
U.S. Department of Justice updates to the Americans With Disabilities Act could broaden guidelines on Website accessibility for the disabled.<div
NEWS ANALYSIS: Things are looking up for T-Mobile now that Apple will start selling T-Mobile-friendly iPhones and the mobile service
Google Glass, which is said to have competition in the works, is also expected to kick-off a wearables market more
As time goes on, the robots we build are becoming more advanced, and if Terminator and The Matrix have anything to say
At an event in Washington, IBM discusses cyber-security best practices for the electric power sector to adopt and live by.<div
Companies see a malware-related event every three minutes while attackers are using various new techniques to better evade defenses.
The company’s latest report revealed 133.7 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones, good for 57 percent mobile market penetration.<div
A new piece of malware is floating around, but that seems like par for the course these days. What
Art does not have to be a confusing presentation all about the tragedy of modern consumerism in western culture.