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The processor giant buying Hacker League, a private organization that plans and organizes hackathons. Examples of previous events have not been limited to enterprise customers either.
We use information communications tools to ease the way we work. Over time, do these tools influence the way we work instead?
Silicon Valley startup is growing 30 percent each year, offering a cloud-based platform to manage corporate discounts--a concept new to the U.S. but mature in Japan, says co-founder Taro Fukuyama.
Nearly 3,000 workers demand the handset maker abandon alleged punitive measures, which were implemented following Nokia's plans to offload its mobile phone business to Microsoft.
Sheryl Sandberg brings the "Lean In" message to the cloud at Dreamforce.
As well as outlining the typical backgrounds of current chief digital officers, CDO Rich Gallagher offers his views on the skills they need and the issues they grapple with.
Stack ranking, an employee-evaluation process that has been roundly criticized by many current and former Microsoft employees, is being abolished at the company.
Anand Kulkarni, chief executive of Mobileworks, has a novel approach to closing more sales.
Reiterating the constant technical challenges in supporting a growing network of 1.19 billion users and counting, the new site lead declared Boston was "an easy choice."
Chief financial officers in Singapore have more say over their IT counterparts, with 50 percent of respondents in a survey pointing to these executives as the main IT decision makers in their organization.
With more than 1,500 businesses signed up, Cornerstone's total user base is approaching 13 million.
The Indian IT services giant has reached a record settlement with U.S. authorities in a case involving alleged misuse of temporary visas to undercut competitors, accusations which it has denied.
Analysts are going to have a lot of questions this afternoon given the Intro security debacle.
Following the acquisitions of Dodo and Eftel, telecommunications company M2 has announced a restructure of the company, with up to 100 positions being made redundant.