ZDNet's panel discussion threw up several interesting talking points such as the importance of reviewing analytic tools, the need to convince employees to adopt such tools, and user privacy.
Knowledge workers are working more than ever, but increasingly on their terms, on their schedules, and at locations of their choosing.
For the first time, China's patent office is the largest in the world.
Pigs might not yet be able to fly, but dogs can now drive, thanks to the efforts (and a lot of training) by a New Zealand charity.
With so many cloud storage services available, a small business should definitely utilize them to store and sync critical files.
It's been a busy year for SAP. What do I make of it?
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
Government wants Supreme Court to lift the temporary restraining order on the controversial law, because petitions against it had failed to show strong enough evidence.
Want to avoid being a victim of digital identity theft? IBM's Kevin Skapinetz explains how to write passwords designed with security in mind.
Controversial as airport body scanners may be, one airport has decided: No scan, no flight.
The National E-Health Transition Authority has said that the work IBM was doing for the e-health project before being dumped can now be done internally by the organisation, thanks to advancements in technology.
EMC is updating its Atmos cloud services portfolio with updates and links to products from Microsoft, Amazon and Intel.
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Research by a professor at North Carolina State University (NCSU) has found that Android's built-in app verification service misses about 85 percent of known malware.
A company claims that the U.S. military has verified the light-bending capabilities of a breakthrough fabric codenamed "Quantum Stealth."
The Queensland government may chase IBM down through a royal commission in how Queensland Health's payroll system failed to perform as expected.
In China, Alibaba's two biggest online shops recently hit sales milestones, but taxation and monopoly can jeopardize the exploding growth.
University of Pennsylvania doctors have achieved, in a handful of patients, one of the holy grails of cancer research: getting the patient's own immune system to attack cancer cells.
If you're male and live in the United States, your chances look pretty slim.