Critical Thinking Insight includes two stimulating thinking assessments. The Reasoning Skills Test uses everyday scenarios to determine...
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The research firm claims that 75 percent of all mobile applications will fail basic security tests next year -- leaving the enterprise vulnerable.
Enterprise application software is vital for day-to-day IT operations. Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out favored vendors, as well as who is using it and why.
Want to print something out using your tablet or smartphone? Although many mobile printing applications are still rather rudimentary, here are some applications you might want to research.
"Despite Oracle’s extensive marketing efforts, our survey results and our daily inquiries with Oracle customers suggest that Oracle’s strategy and road map for Oracle Fusion Applications isn’t getting through," says Forrester Research.
The small demonstration project in Wyoming will run a series of compute-intensive research and modeling applications for the local university.
Surfmark is an online research application that encourages critical thinking and helps students learn how to synthesize and integrate...
According to recent global research we have carried out at Alcatel- Lucent, the UK shows the greatest reluctance to move to the cloud.The UK showed the greatest reluctance to moving their most valued applications to the cloud.
US research and development (R&D) company Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has set up shop in Victoria, with plans to set up a regional cybersecurity centre in Melbourne.
CoCoRaHS Observer for iOS is an application that lets registered volunteer Observers submit their daily precipitation reports via their...
More delivery options mean more bargaining power and also more complications in sealing software agreements, say observers, who advise IT buyers to know their business' software needs and not buy into hype.
According to Secunia's recently released "Yearly Vulnerability Research Report", third party applications rather than Microsoft programs are responsible for the majority of vulnerabilities.
Free mobile applications are actually more likely to turn a profit -- so long as they include a business model built around in-app purchases, according to new research.
Characteristics such as Internet access outpacing presence of physical retail outlets and strong consumer demand set to make China top global online commerce destination by 2015, new research finds.
Small and midsize firms already on social platforms to market themselves but lack sophisticated, substantive strategies to meet expectations of online users, insiders note.
Graphics specialist Nvidia has teamed up with the Beijing Genomics Institute to develop research applications that make use of GPUs.The link-up, announced on Thursday, will yield the creation of a Joint Innovation Lab to tweak bioinformatics applications for GPU acceleration.
Fragmentation and weak tablet sales see global developer interest decline for Google's mobile OS, while Apple's iOS is unchallenged as most preferred platform, reveals new report.
Which industry stands to gain the most from energy efficiency, power management, and other green IT strategies?According to research funded by technology giant Fujitsu, the answer is financial services -- which consume enormous amounts of computing power with their various mission-critical transactions and applications that demand real-time processing and response.
Federal Special Minister of State Gary Gray today announced the launch of a new data.gov.au site, which provides public sector information for developers and other parties to use for research or creating useful applications.
Tussle for power with app platform owners over subscriptions shouldn't deter publishers from digitizing content for tablets, note industry watchers, who advise them to boost app quality and bargaining prowess.
Mobile technology and applications that "mash up" public data will help to close the communication gap between government and the general public, according to a prominent research organization.
The market for power management software -- utility-type applications that help companies ensure that computers and servers are conserving energy when they are not in use -- reached roughly $168 million in 2010, according to Pike Research. But the category will surge in the next four years, reaching $783 million by 2015, the firm predicts.
Storage giant notes convergence of private and public clouds as one of several major trends for new year and company wants to be "at the intersection" of key activities, says exec.
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