Black women entrepreneurs raise pennies compared to other business leaders, new report finds

Black women are founding their own companies more and more, yet they aren't getting anywhere near the type of financial backing as other companies – including companies that fail. 

As technology pervades everything, the CIO takes on influencer role, Zeta's CIO says

For Jeffry Nimeroff, CIO of Zeta Interactive, being the tech leader for a billion dollar company that pushes CRM software, customer acquisition engines, and other businesses, IT is a game of finesse.

LibreOffice 5.1 now faster than ever, adds support for cloud

The Document Foundation on Wednesday took the wraps off LibreOffice 5.1, which comes with a variety of improvements and a performance bump.

Microsoft adds a new track to Windows 10 beta program

Microsoft has announced a new update track to its Windows 10 preview program that will be more conservative than the 'Fast' and 'Slow' tracks.

GitHub Enterprise update takes aim at the biggest dev shops out there

In the midst of reports of internal strife at Github, reportedly related to debates over whether the organization should cater to large businesses, the organization rolled out features targeted at its very biggest users.


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The Apple Watch may soon be able to automatically adjust the volume of iPhone alerts based on the sounds the Watch picks up on its microphone, according to a patent application the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published Thursday.


Bromium launched on Wednesday its advanced endpoint security product that integrates endpoint threat isolation, threat analysis, and continuous host monitoring to enable enterprises to protect against, detect and respond to targeted attacks, zero-day threats and breaches.