Dr. Ed Catmull talks team building, brain trusts and infusing corporations with creativity and problem solving.
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SuccessFactors on Thursday said that it will acquire Inform Business Impact, a privately held company that focuses on performance measurement and workforce planning software, for $40.5 million.
CEO Ron Johnson has big IT plans and touts state-of-the-art Oracle systems on deck. The problem: The fundamentals are so bad at JCPenney that Johnson and his big IT plans could run out of time.
Guest blog: Bob Warfield has founded three startups, run R&D at Borland, developed software for Callidus and Oracle and created tools for Rational/Pure Atria. He currently works for SaaS customer service company Helpstream.
Jane Aboyoun, CTO of the New York Public Library, talks about how she approaches cloud computing, digitizing and storing content and the future of the institution.
The new Roomba 880 ditches the traditional vacuum cleaner brush. Why? iRobot is on a mission to cut down on two customer pain points: maintenance and cleaning frequency.
A Xerox routine backup turns into a food stamp disaster in 17 states. IT failures are becoming everyman's business.
Facebook aims to fend off Twitter in capturing public sentiment as well as become a dashboard for marketers, who are likely to pay up for analytics tools.
Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts brings customer experience, fashion, design and tech cred to Apple's already powerful retail business.
The pharmaceutical giant is standardizing its supply chain and IT systems to put over-the-counter drugs on the shelves more effectively. Part of the long-term project is consolidating more than 60 ERP systems.