CRM is often seen as a technology for businesses, but once in awhile, though I'm still of the "its a strategy and set of programs" school first, you find a refreshing and smart way to look at the technology. This guest post is by CTO and co-founder of SugarCRM Clint Oram on why CRM is a technology for a person at a business. Not as subtle a difference as it sounds. Read up and let me know what you think.
Qatar has laid out an ambitious plan for the country's broadband market. From greater competition to 1Gbps for schools to fibre for the World Cup stadiums, Qatari broadband will be getting a makeover in the next few years.
Two ways to turn the Raspberry Pi into a media player and home entertainment hub
Google is partnering with Audi, GM, Honda and Hyundai to integrate the Android OS with their cars.
HP's Enterprise Services chief says it is responding to a fundamental shift in the way its customers are using outsourcing.
A new version of CyanogenMod's KitKat-based firmware is on the way to a host of Android handsets.
CIOs and CEOs who are developing IoT strategies will function best in an innovative environment that accommodates failed projects in the pursuit of solid initiatives that return value to the business.
Google, Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia are working together to bring Android and our vehicles closer together.
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A network of cycling routes above London's roads and traffic has been proposed to cater for almost six million riders.
Norwegian Air may be a loyal customer, but will continual Dreamliner problems sour the relationship?
The latest leaked documents from the NSA reveal a long collection, from 2007-2008, of software and hardware used to spy on computers, networks and to capture audio and video.
Google has confirmed the acquisition of Swiss app developer Bitspin, making a popular Android alarm app free in the process.
Country's public and private sectors are forecast to spend US$124.5 billion on IT, an increase of 10.5 percent over last year, and retain its position as the world's third-largest tech market.
That forecast is more conservative than the outlook provided by Forrester Research. Enterprise software is expected to be a hot market.
The big showdown in tech this holiday and into 2014 is Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4. Why do we still need game consoles anyway?
With each Snowden document release, it seems that the only way to avoid the NSA's tendrils is one's own obscurity, and there is so much more yet to be revealed.
A breakdown within its servers and software applications brought down the website of major Australian retailer Myer during the Christmas period.
HP reckons that the Android all-in-one would be useful as a kiosk, in verticals such as hospitality and travel and the SMB market.