Would you trade your thousand-page outsourcing contract--the one that provides commitment, certainty, and clear-cut requirements and pricing--for a much simpler master services agreement and a handshake with your IT service provider? - Thomas Young Partner at outsourcing consultancy and research firm Information Services Group (ISG)
Microsoft's mail and calendar software introduced new features that change the way you can zip through your inbox, calendars and contacts.
In its endeavor to make school buses safer for its 750 students and optimally use its Rs 5 crore fleet, Indus International School turned to a unique solution.
Here’s a slideshow of illustrations—designed by the folks at Alexandra Institute in Denmark—to give you a glimpse of what can be done with Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things (IoT), which enables an advanced level of interaction between machines. This slideshow of illustrations—designed by the folks at Alexandra Institute in Denmark—to give you a glimpse of what can be done with IoT. Source: If you want to read the entire comic, please visit this link.
Less than 2% of CIOs have a strategy in place to fully exploit the emerging connectability associated with the Internet of Things. - Thornton A. May Executive director of the IT Leadership Academy at Florida State College, Jacksonville
Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Unless you're a Yahoo employee, there's a very good chance you are working from home or at a coffee shop at least part of the week, according to Forrester Research.
Did you know how to exclude certain search terms. In this week's Tech Tip Nick Barber shows you how to do some more advanced search features.
Google Now notifies you of information you need, when you need it, without you ever needing to actively search for it. It's essentially your laissez-faire brain in the cloud.
Calculating the real ROI of cloud apps requires the analysis of a lot of factors, and cutting corners on that process means you might not save money.
How do you sort through all the choices and find the right software vendor for your business? IT executives offer eight suggestions (along with four bonus tips) about what questions to ask software vendors as well as how to properly vet them and their product offerings.
The most recent zero-day exploit is the latest evidence suggesting that client-side Java is past its prime, not to mention dangerously insecure. It's time for consumers and enterprises to pull the plug on Java before Oracle sells it off and leaves it for the vultures of cyberspace. - Rob Enderle president and principal analyst, Enderle Group