Most governments and some organizations are using IT to play Big Brother. Are technological advancements and legislative indifference pushing privacy to extinction?TM Arun Kumar Executive editor, IDG Media
New ideas and new ways will flourish only when your workmates are willing to fail as well.Vijay Ramachandran Editor-in-Chief, IDG Media
Much like many technologies that have gained traction in the recent past, augmented reality also packs in a lot of potential. Here’s why CIOs should consider adopting it before it’s too late.Gunjan Trivedi Executive editor, IDG Media
It amazes me that it's taken about 35 years to invent what could be called the "better mainframe"-and even more amazing that it took a software and graphics company partnership to almost do it.Enderle Group President and Principal Analyst
Indian organizations no longer invest in technology. Instead, they are funding business results.IDG Media Editor-in-Chief
Premier 100 IT Leader Sonya Christian also answers questions on career pathsWest Georgia Health CIO
Here are 10 shocking things I learned using only a Chromebook Pixel, Nexus 10, Nexus 4 and all-Google software and services.ComputerWorld US
Steve Duplessie, senior analyst and founder of Enterprise Strategy Group,explores the three approaches IT managers can take in their in the Integrated Compute Platforms initiatives.Senior analyst and Founder Enterprise Strategy Group
The Internet of Things seems inevitable in the near future. Should you be interested? Yes. Should you be concerned? Maybe. Should you be obsessed with the idea? Not yet.Gunjan Trivedi Executive Editor at IDG Media.
Collin Hachwi, IT Manager of DISYS LLC, a global IT staffing and consulting firm shares a few tips for a smooth VDI rollout.Collin Hachwi IT Manager, Digital Intelligence Systems LLC (DISYS)
The advent of tablets and smartphones, a declining PC market, and its reluctance to adapt to the changing dynamics of the PC industry have left Intel out in the cold.Arun Kumar Executive Editor at IDG Media.
What kinds of workers should be allowed to use their smartphones and tablets on the job, in a growing trend called "Bring Your Own Device," or BYOD? Opposing sides are forming about two distinct groups: hourly workers and salespeople.cio.com