In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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June 10 is the Microsoft-imposed deadline for Windows 8.1 consumers to move to the Windows 8.1 Update in order to continue to receive future fixes and patches from Microsoft.
Airtel's new deal with IBM is an indication of the shift underway in telecom, where the biggies want to do a lot of the work required in-house rather than outsource the whole pie away
Microsoft officials are counting on consumer services around OneDrive, OneNote and Skype to translate into demand for the enterprise complements of those services.
The API director at Ancestry.com shares his secret to successful API delivery — consistency.
Survey of 9,200 IT professionals finds direct correlation between DevOps adoption and business success.
Region may be home to the largest number of Facebook users, but few marketers have the tools or knowledge to capitalize on the opportunity.
The Internet giant tries to convey to users that many emails are not secure once it leaves Google's hands.
Microsoft's OneNote business is getting a big push in the newly reorganized Office business. Here's what else the company is prioritizing with its latest moves.
Few are disputing the growth of connected devices of all kinds -- from office equipment to smartdust -- will be historic. But will it be critical to the survival and growth of the enterprise?
Survey shows IT professionals' workloads and stress is on the rise. Not a good scene for employers or employees.
On Wednesday, NBC's Brian Williams airs an hour long interview with now NSA document thief and 'whistleblower', Edward Snowden. He was also featured at SXSW this year. Do we really want to give him this much air time?
Microsoft is promising to be more transparent with major feature updates coming to Office 365, and is adding an opt-in 'First Release' program for customers to selectively test them internally.
The country now ranks seventh in tech investment worldwide, says IDC.
Two tracks seem to be emerging with today's enterprise collaboration tools. Either they're becoming full-sized suites with the kitchen sink, or they're focusing making a few core features work better than anyone else.
The relationship between IT and the larger business organization is fraught with challenge and opportunity. Here are practical steps you can take drive value and gain recognition.