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.
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.
The Document Foundation on Wednesday took the wraps off LibreOffice 5.1, which comes with a variety of improvements and a performance bump.
Microsoft has announced a new update track to its Windows 10 preview program that will be more conservative than the 'Fast' and 'Slow' tracks.
Microsoft continues to flex its artificial intelligence muscles with the release of a new app, Fetch!
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.
Stephen Pratt, head of IBM's cognitive business solutions group, has left the company after just nine months, according to Fortune.
Opera's board of directors announced late Tuesday its unanimous recommendation for stockholders to accept a $1.2 billion offer for the company's acquisition by a Chinese consortium.
Gmail will now alert users to unsecured or unauthenticated email messages as part of a bid to ratchet up the security of the popular email service.
Microsoft on Tuesday issued a Windows 10 update that fixes a problem with InPrivate browsing on the Edge browser and starts a new precident where the company will issue release notes with updates going forward.
The White House will reportedly announce a drastic increase in cybersecurity spending today, according to Computerworld.
Zenefits cofounder and CEO Parker Conrad stepped down Monday amid reports that the company let health insurance brokers operate without proper licensing. Chief Operating Officer David Sacks, cofounder and former CEO of Yammer, will succeed Conrad.
Some OneDrive users who should be grandfathered into an unlimited storage plan through the rest of the year, say they're being capped.
Microsoft uses the App Store like a menu for acquisitions and there's little Apple can do to stop it
The app store approach has allowed Microsoft to invade iOS and Android. While the company would otherwise be wallowing in mobile irrelevancy, its war chest has allowed it to continually cherry pick some of the most popular productivity apps for acquisition as well as build out its own offerings.
Accenture hopes to improve diversity in the copany by not only taking steps to change hiring practices, but to encourage inclusion and understanding among its ranks, and not just in terms of ethnicity or gender.
Amazon spent $9.4 million on lobbying in 2015, a figure that puts it in the company of other big spenders like Microsoft and Facebook.
SAP announced a set of new features for its SuccessFactors Performance and Goals solution that will allow users to better keep track of and plan for continuous performance management.
In January, the U.S. added less than half the number of IT jobs than it did in November of last year, according to analysis by Foote Partners of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics release of data on Friday.
Microsoft reportedly engaged in a back-and-forth online examination of its new Windows Server licensing rules, including disagreements on changes that some see as confusing and possibly exploitative.
IT jobs have always been - and will likely always be - a hot topic. Demand for IT talent has ebbed and flowed over the past year, and is finally on an upswing. So what kind of jobs are companies looking to fill? Sarah Lahav of SysAid thinks DevOps, mobile and security are the hottest areas when it comes to the IT workforce.