As the management of information assets become more important, chief data officers (CDOs) are beginning to emerge. Together with chief technology officers (CTOs), the CDOs may render the role of the CIO redundant, according to Gartner analyst Douglas Laney.
Virgin Australia has reported a five-fold increase in Global Distribution System bookings since bringing in the Sabre booking system, the company reported today.
Most iPhone shatter incidents occur when transitioning from one situation to another (like getting out of your car). Here are a couple simple tips for extending the lifespan of your iPhone.
Works on a building's windows too! Offer void in dark places.
[UPDATE] Philippines's Globe, Australia's Optus, Singapore's SingTel, and Indonesia's Telkomsel ink a deal to tap the mobile advertising vendor's Pulse platform, bringing "big data" capabilities to the mobile ad space.
Which U.S. cities have the highest proportions of independent workers, and where do they earn the highest wages?
The future of Office is in the cloud, and as Office 2016 evolves, it's Office 365 subscribers that will get the most benefit from new features.
For Salesforce, Service Cloud Mobile includes co-browsing, mobile communities, mobile chat, touch interfaces and cloud customer service.
Country's 2G spectrum re-auction planned for March will not happen as major telcos did not submit their bid for GSM airwaves, while only one telco applied for CDMA airwaves. Report points to possible cartel behavior.
Fourteen video games are now part of the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection. They're cultural artifacts -- and enduring examples of effective interaction design.
Does Mike Quigley's surprise support for an FttP-FttN tete-a-tete suggest that NBN Co is preparing for a change of government? Or is it just Labor's way to pre-empt a Coalition CBA?
Economists envision future urban centers that spur economic investment and growth. So why is it so difficult to build them?
Malaysian police have uncovered an alleged credit card manufacturing syndicate involving locals and foreigners, arresting 25 suspects in the process.
Asian country leads the way with its advanced mobile broadband network and high adoption of gadgets, becoming the first to see data revenues surpass voice revenues, says GSMA.
Yahoo's command and control move of all employees back onsite may be a pyrrhic victory: Bricks and mortar economics don't add up now that the epicenter of modern firms is the screen you're reading this on.
The 23,000 who signed up for a class-action suit against Vodafone in 2011 will need to sign up again in the next three months in order for the suit to proceed, law firm Piper Alderman has revealed.
A society of US editors and journalists should embrace modernity and the hyperlink: The single most defining element of the world wide web.
Charging users to participate in its social network has meant that App.net doesn't serve ads and won't have to sell user details. But it has now opened up a free tier, meaning almost anyone can join.