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- Principal CIO tells how large enterprises use cloud for agility and bursting
- How the cloud is enabling real-time data and IoT at Ford
- Video: CXOs sound off on the critical challenges facing IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Video: CXOs see big opportunities at the intersection of IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Ending life of BYOD products
Got young ones? Maybe it's time to turn the old phrase on its head: Bore them to life!
Various are learning to build their sites based on a standard template to improve ease of use and enhance the government's online identity.
In a strange move, new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer pulled the rug out from under telecommuting employees. It won't help fix Yahoo's problems, but it's interesting to watch.
DELHI -- In a city choking in plastic, shopkeepers and shoppers are flouting a new ban on plastic bags and transparent wrappers.
The Gates Foundation is awarding grants for the next generation of condoms that preserve (or enhance) pleasure so more people will use them.
Is DevOps about the delivery pipeline or is collaboration the key? The answer often depends on the companies that make a commitment to it.
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In this feature, ZDNet explores how fibre deployments across the UK, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States are being achieved, at what cost, whether they have been successful, and how they compare to Australia's NBN.
A supposed partner build of Windows Blue shows off some of the early interface tweaks Microsoft may be making with its Windows 8 successor.
Apple is not the only one able to bring your phone's text messages to your tablets. Verizon has launched its own integrated messaging platform for Android and iOS devices that lets you read and answer phone texts using a free app.
Many of you shared your fears of being enslaved to the Cloud. But groups who have traditionally been on the disadvantaged side of the digital divide are already using it to gain their respective freedoms.
Rumors would have you believe that no fewer than four companies are busily readying smart watches for public consumption. Problem is, the public hasn't asked for them.
Most of the commentary I've read so far about the loss of Google Reader has been about its use as an RSS client. But that's a red herring. The real victims were companies that had planned in 2005 and 2006 to build RSS sync engines. Google stomped them out of business like Godzilla sweeping through Tokyo.
Microsoft has reason to celebrate being that it just cleared through a patent suit against Google and Motorola Mobility.
Nvidia has broadened its portfolio, stepped up product development, and bet everything on a version of Tegra with integrated 4G LTE wireless in a bid to become more competitive in the cut-throat mobile chip business.
The not-for-profit organisation's CIO talks about the technology he likes to use when travelling.
If you're interested in trying out Apple's new two-step ID authentication, you might want to hurry up.