IT leaders must be doing something wrong of late, as a number of recent tech media articles have focused on topics related to bad management practices.
Potentially hundreds of IT workers at Target Corp. are waiting to learn their fate, as the retail giant announced it would lay off "thousands" of workers under a $2 billion cost-saving plan.
A serious vulnerability has been found that could allow an attacker to compromise a SSL connection by downgrading its encryption.
BitTorrent Sync 2.0 has been officially released, and comes with a Pro tier that offers business-centric file sharing.
The top news stories for March 4, 2015.
Federal government agencies have been revealed to be among the worst violators of good cyberdefense, despite all the rhetoric that comes out of Washington around bolstering IT security.
The Lenovo Superfish debacle is just the tip of the crapware iceberg.
Several recent IT salary studies have suggested minimal salary growth for 2015, but top IT certifications continue to draw higher pay for the right individuals, and they are what convince many hiring managers to open the purse strings.
The Internet of Things has been projected to grow substantially this year, and a primary reason turns out to be the growing use of IoT devices to capture big data.
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The top news stories for March 3, 2015.
With all the attention paid lately to the emerging role of the chief digital officer, one would think there are tens of thousands of job openings for the taking. But the reality appears to be far different.
Marc Benioff wants all of Salesforce's meetings to be made up of at least a third, and hopefully half, women, he noted at the second-annual Lesbians Who Tech summit in San Francisco on February 27.
Lenovo has announced that it will reduce the amount of bloatware on its consumer PCs, a week after a debacle over its inclusion of advertisement software Superfish on PCs-- which introduced an inadvertent but serious security vulnerability.
SanDisk has announced a new microSD card with a capacity of 200GB, making it the highest capacity microSD storage card in the world.
The top news stories for March 2, 2015.
The top news stories for Feb. 27, 2015.
A significant proportion of respondents to a survey suffered a malfunction with their solid-state drives (SSDs), says Knoll Ontrack.
Docker has released a trio of tools designed to make it easier to scale and manage large-scale container deployments.
CIOs and IT hiring managers arre resigned to facing another year of challenges in 2015 when it comes to filling job openings in their IT staff, writes CompTIA president and CEO Todd Thibodeaux.
IBM plans to spend big--$4 billion this year--on cloud, mobile and data analytics, as it works to shift its business away from its traditional hardware and software roots. That kind of investment should be good news for enterprises, which will presumably get better services from IBM.