Harlequin, a leading publisher of books for women, not only survived the digital boom, but flourished in it. Continuously innovative, Harlequin was the first publisher in the digital market. Read how the company's distribution center runs a cloud-based HR solution to automate and digitize its employee performance review process.
You may not have decided to fully decommission all of your server rooms yet. But asset capitalization and operational expenses will eventually lead enterprise CxOs down that path.
After being confined to the Amazon Echo, Alexa has been set free thanks to a developer preview for Alexa Voice Services. Where will she land next?
Microsoft is adding another CRM-related acquisition to its stable with its purchase of Incent Games, a vendor of a sales-gamification platform.
The number one complaint people have about Windows 10 is that it forces patches down their throat. Good! There are too many security dolts using Windows who are making the net unsafe for all of us.
Businesses are being threatened with network flooding attacks if they fail to pay a ransom.
Automation plays an ever-increasing role in IT and is impacting job and how business is done. Our latest survey digs into the subject and shows that 60% are already automating some IT jobs and another...
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explains why organisations should be open, agile and responsive. These are admirable ideas, although examples of their application in challenging conditions would be useful.
Xiaomi has reclaimed the top spot in China, as Huawei pushes ahead of Apple.
It doesn't matter how innovative a product is if it never ships.
If the United States were involved in a major cyberwar, just how badly would it be hit? Could the U.S. survive? Could modern civilization survive? In this thought experiment, David Gewirtz explores such a scenario in-depth.