The company that turns boring household chores into a fun spectator sport has introduced a new addition to its pool
There’s a segment of Android users that take pride in their ability to tweak and adjust every part of the
A columnist says this is the year IT may lose its seat at the strategy table. A focus on the
Microsoft-friendly IT services firm Avanade shares its social collaboration experience, which includes weaning employees off email lists.
CIO Brett Goldstein says Chicago’s 30,000 civil servants will migrate from their current email and desktop applications to Microsoft 365.<br
Numbers released by IT hiring specialist Dice suggest the tech sector is faring far better than the rest of the
Outlays on personal devices and enterprise software expected to lead global recovery in IT market, according to forecasts from Gartner
The Raspberry Pi has kicked off a number of hardware and software projects, but it can also help to breathe
It pays to assess risk properly in making IT and other big decisions. Here’s what not to do.<br style="clear: both"
One in three customers who went live with an EHR in the last year believe they made the wrong decision,
U.S. Postal Service pilots an implementation of the Federal Cloud Credential Exchange to facilitate use of government online services.<br style="clear:
Consumer Electronics Shows have launched great technologies like VCRs and HDTVs, but many product reveals turn out to be duds.
Anyone picking up a used Wii U console in this post-holiday lull is in for a nice surprise. It seems
Letter to Office of Civil Rights calls for stronger data security protections, business associate agreements with cloud computing services.<br style="clear:
Amazon Web Services once again cites human error spread by automated systems for loss of load balancing at key facility
NCR is buying uGenius Technology, which makes the software for video ATMs that offer customers remote teller services from a
We’re used to Mars being the red planet, but it probably looked much different in the distant past. What might
The looming issue in big data isn’t technology but the privacy and ethics decisions associated with how, when and if