Good work, and good works, at Cloud for Good

2018 Best Places to Work in IT: For many of the employees of this Salesforce partner, the mission is a big part of why it’s a great place to work.

Dignity Health: Compassionate patient care and passionate IT

2018 Best Places to Work in IT: A mix of innovative assignments and a focus on community and personal engagement is this health care provider’s prescription for transformative IT. 

Best Places to Work in IT 2018

These 100 U.S. employers attract top tech talent with stellar benefits, challenging projects and plenty of opportunities for growth.

What does Cortana know about you?

Windows 10’s digital assistant is Cortana and, much like Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa, her usefulness depends on how much information you allow her to access.

What does Google know about you?

In order for Google to identify you, you have to have a Google account. Without one Google may well have anonymous data about you as a cookie on on a phone or computer, but it is impossible to know what data that is (just as it is impossible for Google to know who you actually are).

Chrome OS: Tips, tools, and other Chromebook intelligence

Your one-stop source for Chrome OS advice, insight, and analysis — from someone who's covered Chromebooks closely since the start.

Alexa for Business: What it does, how to use it

Voice-activated virtual assistants are showing up at home, in the car and – increasingly – in the office. Amazon hopes to further that trend by targeting Alexa for Business for the workplace. Here’s what it is and how it works.

How Centrica got to grips with Couchbase

Utilities giant Centrica turned to the NoSQL database from Couchbase three years ago to consolidate customer information in one place for field agents to access via a mobile app, but the experience wasn't smooth sailing.

Enterprise collaboration platforms: India market will take a huge upswing, say experts

For the period 2017-2022, collaborative applications is the fastest growing software segment in India with a CAGR of 47.8 percent, says research.

Apple and Google harden their smartphones against hackers and governments

As techniques used by criminals and law enforcement become known, the two leading smartphone makers are adapting to protect user data.