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As Microsoft's search for its next CEO continues, new rumors and reports abound.
Yahoo is betting users won't leave no matter what it does with its service. It could lose that bet.
Six percent of respondents to a survey admit to having fallen asleep on an audio conference. Introducing video collaboration to your organisation could improve face to face relationships – and keep meeting participants awake.
Data as an asset, expanding consumption of enterprise automation to smaller companies and marketing automation are three themes worth watching, according to Cowen & Co.
CxOTalk brings together top executives, authors, and analysts to a live forum every week. Here is what you need to know.
Twitter is hoping its latest executive appointment will put some angry Tweeters to rest -- at least for awhile.
Although many senior finance executives are planning double-digit rises for IT spending next year, there's a difference of views among the money men about where the funds should go.
The two co-founders of the Singapore-based short film streaming platform say their success so far has been partly due to their process of resolving conflict, and their lean methodology in building up the site.
New study reveals that the vast majority of Australian CIOs report to the CFO or COO.
Former NSA technologist Edward Snowden rocked the IT world in 2013 when he leaked classified documents revealing the agency's digital surveillance programs. Here are the three biggest impacts.
A contest on BYOD, and similar, failures in the enterprise exposes rifts and missed expectations between users and IT.
Useful innovation is one of the most meaningful outputs of human creativity. Today, technological aids are increasingly employed to improve and amplify the innovation process. Now new social methods, especially crowdsourcing, have fundamentally altered how innovation is achieved and even who does it.
Shadow IT means marketing, HR and operations are running their own projects. But this might not actually be bad news for the CIO.
In an unusual public relations strategy, IBM lashed out against Bridgestone over fault on an IT failure. Although one-sided claims on both sides lack credibility, there are important PR lessons to learn.
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