In the wake of breaches, US consumers are concerned more than ever about their data.
Despite the growing risk of a no-deal Brexit, many tech companies don't know how to prepare themselves -- or even whether they can.
Chinese businesses are projected to spend US$256.61 billion on tech this year and another US$272.84 billion in 2020, focusing their investments on transforming operations and improving efficiencies as they brace themselves for an uncertain geopolitical climate, says Forrester.
LG Electronics and GS Caltex will collaborate to change existing car fuel stations into what they call "Energy-Mobility Fusion Stations" that can charge, rent, and repair electric vehicles.
Australia telco claims its new rapid restoration service will reduce outages on subsea cables to under 30 minutes.
The good news is that employees are open to companies collecting data on them if it'll improve their well being and productivity. The bad news is that employees are worried about privacy and misuse and enterprises are too.
Microsoft's 315 pages of release notes about its coming April '19 updates for its various Dynamics 365 apps and Power Platform tools details what's coming next from Microsoft on the ERP, CRM and HCM fronts.
Understanding and keeping track of the relationship between jobs, tasks and skills is essential for the future of work. If current efforts fall short, how can we do this going forward?
Ricoh put some meat on its smart office and growth plans with an effort it calls Dynamic Workplace Intelligence.