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With approval from Europe's regulatory authorities now in the bag, Oracle's planned buyout of the retail and hospitality firm is approaching its conclusion.
The State Controller’s Office is launching an assessment to recover its failed payroll project. This new project seems doomed even before it starts.
Just as news breaks about Google X's drone program targeted toward Amazon, the secret lab's chief could be headed to Washington.
Workday is landing customers for its financial applications to go along with its core HR business. The goal: Rule the admin cloud. We catch up with operating chief Mike Stankey to talk about Workday's hiring, innovation and culture.
Workday's CFO promised a "strong second half of fiscal 2015," offering Q3 revenue guidance of $200 million to $205 million.
No IT or business leader can afford to be pushed around by their inbox. These simple steps will automatically lighten your burden of incoming email.
New analysis from IBM highlights how organisations are using so-called citizen developers and other alternatives to narrow the skills gap.
CEO Charles Phillips explains why his enterprise software company has cultivated design as a core strategic competency.
Can the QR code replace user names and passwords? Verizon Enterprise thinks so -- at least for some companies looking at two-factor authentication.
The HubSpot deal also reflects analyst predictions that the tech IPO is bound for a second-half comeback and then some.
Facebook made some updates Monday that it says will help weed out the spammy, 'click bait' posts that keep cluttering up News Feed.
Patty Hatter, CIO of McAfee, explains the need to evolve and shift relationships with other parts of the company. She offers practical and important advice for anyone working in IT.
UPDATED: Perhaps Deep Nishar will show up on the LinkedIn feed with a new job soon.
Three percent of revenue spent on research and development may not sound like a lot, but for HP it's an innovation step in the right direction.
The consensus says that Windows XP has boosted corporate PC sales and acted as a performance enhancing drug. There's an argument that enterprises may keep refreshing PCs because the installed base is ancient.