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Alison Diana 12/6/2013 2 comments
Server revenue fell to $12.1 billion in the most recent quarter, IDC reported.
Alan Reiter 12/6/2013 1 comment
At last, Google recognizes the benefits of developing and promoting apps specifically for tablets and smartphones.
Todd Watson 12/5/2013 Post a comment
IBM expanded its Cloud Consulting Services portfolio with a customizable cloud strategy offering for industry and line of business buyers.
Todd Watson 12/5/2013 Post a comment
Phil Gilbert, CEO of IBM Design, is the subject of an in-depth interview in Forbes.
Jon Carter 12/5/2013 6 comments
Move over Rudolph: Santa is muscling in on the drone game.
Editor's Blog 12/4/2013 18 comments
Robots are taking over every industry, from manufacturing and logistics, to deep-sea exploration and agriculture.
Wagner James Au 12/4/2013 16 comments
Like Second Life before it, Bitcoin generates lots of love -- but is short on results.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 12/3/2013 5 comments
Rather than continue using multiple vendors' disparate systems, the University of Concepciůn strengthened and simplified operations by standardizing on IBM PureSystems.
Mary E. Shacklett 12/3/2013 2 comments
Though marketing and IT leaders want different things from web metrics, smart companies should satisfy both.
Christine Parizo 12/3/2013 13 comments
Shopkick, iSign, Apple, and ShelfBucks are only some of the services linking consumers to savings (and differentiation) within brick-and-mortar stores
Tam Harbert 12/2/2013 7 comments
Enterprises are finding new business and enhancing training through gamification initiatives.
Editor's Blog 11/29/2013 45 comments
iPads, Android tablets, and other such devices will make up nearly half of PC shipments next year, beating notebooks and desktops as design categories.
Lillian Pierson 11/27/2013 36 comments
Doppler is merging with location analytics and social sentiment to create Social Doppler, a new way of conducting mobile marketing.
Editor's Blog 11/27/2013 29 comments
Technology companies, government agencies, and executives have been serving up turkeys throughout the year. Here's our list of birdbrained decisions from the past 12 months.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 11/26/2013 66 comments
IT salaries are projected to increase only 3% next year, but at least that's ahead of inflation, according to a projection from Computer Economics.
Alan Reiter 11/26/2013 136 comments
Designed by AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, this new mobile payment system is a lot like the incompatible Google Wallet.
InformationWeek 11/25/2013 56 comments
IT veterans pick their favorite -- largely obsolete -- job titles of yesteryear. Join us on a 20-year-stroll down memory lane.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 11/25/2013 45 comments
Google glass and other smart glasses will likely see their greatest benefit in field service industries, according to a recent Gartner report.
Todd Watson 11/25/2013 1 comment
Wal-Mart announces a change in top leadership as it gears up for Cyber Monday.
Joe Stanganelli 11/25/2013 19 comments
A look at how big tech vendors' bounty programs compare with one another.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 11/23/2013 12 comments
Cloud deployments are being undertaken by businesses looking to achieve scalability, reduced deployment time, cost savings, and improved availability.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 11/22/2013 15 comments
Content marketing fails to use analytics to generate qualified leads and sales, according to a report by the Pedowitz Group and Lenskold Group.
InformationWeek 11/22/2013 23 comments
Cloud services are forcing a reassessment of conservative habits.
Editor's Blog 11/22/2013 17 comments
We target computers more intelligent than their creators, a spying scandal that doesn't involve the NSA, and a new Bob Dylan video.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 11/21/2013 4 comments
Intel users' demands are growing, and response time is shrinking, says David Aires, general manager of its global IT operations and services.
Editor's Blog 11/21/2013 2 comments
Author and consultant Frank Wander joins us to talk about transforming IT culture and releasing creativity and innovation.
InformationWeek 11/20/2013 66 comments
Ageism might be a taboo topic among employers, but veteran IT pros say it's very much an industry reality.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 11/20/2013 2 comments
SANS Institute's NetWars is one example of new age of security training.
Ron Miller 11/20/2013 13 comments
Could we one day see countries set up their own Internets? Whereas this concept was once restricted to totalitarian states, NSA spying allegations are bringing new support to advocates of this approach in Europe.
Todd Watson 11/19/2013 Post a comment
Enterprises are digging in with mobile. Nearly all global organizations are willing to sustain or increase their investment in mobile technologies over the next 12 to 18 months, according to a recent IBM survey.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 11/19/2013 60 comments
Some of your prospective employees in generations Y and Z want to create the next Facebook or Tumblr. The only problem is, they don't want to do any work to get there.
Alan Reiter 11/19/2013 22 comments
Helpouts could be the start of a new business for Google and a useful opportunity for enterprises and individuals around the world.
Paul Korzeniowski 11/19/2013 15 comments
Given technological changes, new metrics may be needed to measure the effectiveness of IT investments.
Taimoor Zubair 11/18/2013 10 comments
Market basket analytics are reshaping retailers' shelves and marketing promotions.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 11/16/2013 16 comments
IBM says it hopes to attract partners of all sizes, from startups to big businesses, to build apps that use Watson's cognitive computing intelligence.
Todd Watson 11/15/2013 6 comments
Pinterest is offering API "endpoints" to allow retailers to hook into the social network.
Editor's Blog 11/15/2013 59 comments
Google tops the IE Whitelist this week, winning a big lawsuit over scanning ebooks, as well as starting a furor over a change to YouTube comments policy.
Analytics Clan Editor's Blog 11/15/2013 17 comments
Retailers are using mobile technology to track customers inside stores. The tools bring business benefits, as well as raising privacy concerns.
Todd Watson 11/14/2013 1 comment
IBM will make its Watson technology available as a development platform in the cloud, so that developers can build a new generation of applications infused with Watsonís cognitive computing intelligence.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 11/14/2013 49 comments
Government needs to encourage STEM education to fill the gap, say executives in a CompTIA/Technology Councils of North America study.
Maria Korolov 11/14/2013 14 comments
Overwhelmed by choices, enterprises should look at app stores before standardizing. Available addons, integration capabilities, and ease of use can eliminate some options.
Harry Hawk 11/14/2013 17 comments
Mobile payments give quick-serve restaurants a big opportunity (and challenge).
Alison Diana 11/13/2013 7 comments
IT departments are doing more to educate employees and provide them with security guidelines, but many end users continue to do everything wrong.
Todd Watson 11/13/2013 Post a comment
IBM will expand its bring your own device (BYOD) capabilities to deliver a complete mobile management and security solution.
Jason Mick 11/13/2013 15 comments
Nobody likes CAPTCHAs. But what's coming next might not be any better.
Editor's Blog 11/13/2013 Post a comment
Join us for Smarter IT Clan radio with NYC DoT's Cordell Schachter, followed by a live text chat.
Editor's Blog 11/12/2013 14 comments
Through inventions, donations, and volunteers, members of the vast technology community are helping in the Philippines' slow recovery.
Alan Reiter 11/12/2013 18 comments
Developing a build-your-own smartphone is fraught with challenges.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 11/12/2013 9 comments
Undergoing a digital transformation is critical to every organization's future livelihood, experts say.
Tam Harbert 11/12/2013 3 comments
Whether you call them software-defined networks or software-defined datacenters, CIOs are having a tough time figuring out how they'll fit it into future technology plans.
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