Usability testing for applications need not be an overbearing, expensive exercise. A UX expert describes a different way.
Microsoft is attempting to redefine 'productivity' with new apps like Sway and the coming 'Revolve' contact-calendar app that embed more intelligence inside.
It's said that younger workers know on their first day on the job whether they'll stay for any time with this employer, based on how much genuine human interaction occurs on Day One. Here's an interview with an HR executive who's got an interesting perspective on the matter.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's reorg memo from last week is worth a closer look. There are some interesting hints about Microsoft's plans for rumored business intelligence, data curation and meeting technologies.
The IT side of health care will be transformative over the next decade.
In a recent interview from her field station in Colorado, the renowned animal scientist describes the benefits of 'thinking in pictures,' misunderstandings about autism and what keeps her motivated.
30 cent noodles, nocturnal working hours and continually clicking the 'apply' button -- Generation Y may be 'screwed' but it's not completely hopeless.
The two contenders: Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Business. Which is your organization's best bet? Ed Bott and Chris Dawson debate the pros and cons of each.
While we run helter skelter towards the new, are we doing enough to sustain the business of tomorrow?
Young learners are using iPads in the classrooms of Burris Laboratory School. Will mobile device use become the future for classroom education?
Use Facebook to find work and catch e-reader fever with a gold-plated Kindle...
Signet Trading director of IT Alistair Fuller discusses how the jewellery firm is simplifying its IT...
Technologies don't change corporate culture, writes Matt Brown. People do.
A short tale for why my sister wants to work for Apple, and why I told her not to. At least, not just yet.
When a young Vittorio De Bortoli left Italy in 1924, escaping World War I to seek a better life in Australia, it is doubtful that he could have foreseen the slow path to prosperity and success that was ahead of him.
Labour IT projects axed, tech spending cuts and an eye on cybercrime...
A look at five points which may or may not help employers cope with the call from upstairs, asking them to recruit a new student for the office. Mostly seriousness with a slight element of irreverent British humour provided
In a rare off-topic post, tech journalism is full of bitching and scathing attacks. But should it be? When did idle threats and hostility overtake common sense? Article
Back in February I published the results of a social public relations survey that attempted to gauge client satisfaction levels with their current PR agencies. What showed up was dismal - and really showed that client trust in their agencies was low.