This year end checklist offers suggestions that will enable you to take control of your digital strategy in 2015.
Constellation Research analyzes how disruptive technologies transform business models for an early adopter audience.
Hangouts announces a new feature. Is your privacy protected?
Cisco's Intercloud finally allows CIOs to focus more on management and less on technology.
In all the excitement over IoT's potential, industry experts have glossed over some basic details regarding how exactly IoT will work. How will things be identified? How will things be policed? What types of conversations can things have with each other?
Box faces challenges in its adolescence as it struggles to retain relevance.
Even if we accepted the ridiculous premise that privacy is at odds with progress, no it's not too late, for a couple of reasons.
Is a bigger iPhone a good idea for business users? Let’s take a look at five ways the two phones -- with a 4.7 and 5.5 inch screen, respectively -- can improve your productivity.
The FIDO Alliance was launched barely 18 months ago to help solve the “password crisis” online, but it’s already proven to be one of most influential security bodies we’ve yet seen.
New Discovery Advisor solution helps researchers answer the tough problems never answered before.
Last week Facebook data scientists revealed a study in which they tested how "implicitly consenting" Facebook users respond psychologically to timeline posts. Steve Wilson dissects the privacy implications of Facebook's latest experiment.
Big trends in the No Design Database era and other takeaways from MongoDB's first user conference.
In late May, SAP released the latest version of their collaboration platform, Jam. Alan Lepofsky shares some insights about the product.
Disruption, collaboration, and the future of work are highlighted in GE's fourth annual survey -- a must read for business leaders.
This was Cisco's third chance to show they can deliver compelling collaboration experiences that include both social networking and communication features. You know what they say about three strikes...
Steve Wilson examines a private sector surveillance project that has been going on for years in social media: facial recognition. Maybe you'll think twice before you post your next selfie.