The newly unveiled Apple Mac Mini is meeting a lukewarm response from existing users--as well as a raft of complaints on its repairability, upgradability.
Legacy modernization projects often fail due to the large number of unknowns and lack of organizational capability. Deanne Wertin offers her advice on how CIOs can successfully deliver on the ideas and commitments being made.
News Scan: Sprint cuts 452 IT jobs at Kansas headquarters; most firms unable to detect, deter or predict insider threats; More
The top news stories for Oct. 21, 2014.
Apple has released a mega security update that affects multiple products including the OS X operating system, OS X Server and iTunes.
The DevOps environment requires a new breed of technologist says Nathen Harvey: one that spans developer and operations functions and aligns closely with the C-suite: the automation expert. He offers advice on how CIOs can find and develop this key talent within the existing organization.
There has been some disagreement in recent salary surveys on what the year ahead holds on the salary front. FierceCIO spoke with Jack Cullen, president of the IT staffing firm Modic, about its recent 2015 Salary Guide and what IT managers should expect.
News Scan: Microsoft to place new focus on equal pay, diversity hiring; IT budgets not increasing at the pace many IT managers expect; more
The top IT news stories for Oct. 20, 2014.
Security researchers last week demonstrated how a newly uncovered security weakness could allow a malicious Android app to be embedded within another app to avoid detection.
Soon you you'll be able to buy McDonald's fries--and the rest of their food--with your Apple iPhone 6, 6 plus or Apple Watch, thanks to Apple Pay.
California has emerged as the place IT workers would most like to live and work, according to a new study by staffing web site Dice, which looked at which markets draw the most out-of-state applicants.
News Scan: Enterprise mobility management market exploding; FCC asked to exempt security alert restrictions for mobile; More
The top news stories for Oct. 17, 2014.
Apple takes the wraps off a slimmer iPad Air 2, and the iPad mini 3 with a 128GB storage option.
A recently discovered security weakness in the obsolete SSL 3.0 standard may stay with us for some time yet.
The financial services industry remains among the most heavily targeted for cybercrime. As a result, the American Bankers Assocation has released a series of tips for consumers aimed at helping them thwart identity theft.
The Silicon Valley wage suit picture got further complicated this week, with word that a former employee of Oracle has sued the company for allegedly conspiring with Google to prevent the hiring of certain IT professionals from each other.
News Scan: Latest wearables hit the runway; WITI issues CEO challenge to review gender pay rates; More
The top news stories for Oct. 16, 2014.
Facebook has announced that it is doubling the cash award that it is paying for security bugs that researchers find in its ad code.
Google takes the wraps off its iteration of Android devices with a new tablet and a phablet.
News Scan: Cost of data breach rises by 23 percent; Dairy Queen and Kmart confirm major cyber breaches; More
The top news stories for Oct. 15, 2014.
In the wake of Apple and Facebook announcing that they are willing to pay for female employees to freeze their eggs, a prominent business professor comments that the move is creative and forward-thinking on the one hand, but rife with publicity risk on the other.