When inaccurate data began to eat at Omnikan’s profits—the marigold managed farming arm of Omniactive—the company turned to a mobile app and weeded out losses.
By using a system that allows Flipkart’s engineers to launch multiple versions of its website in real time, IT drives a new level of innovation.
Producers at MLB.com suffered from email overload and needed to streamline their workflow and increase collaboration. Here's a look at how they greatly reduced email and simplified its publishing processes.
Microsoft's mail and calendar software introduced new features that change the way you can zip through your inbox, calendars and contacts.
Even as patient information moves to electronic records, important data is often siloed.
How IT needs to get ready for the next wave of connected devices.
No more excuses! Microsoft, Google, and Facebook make it easy to improve your account security with two-factor authentication. Here's how.
The health of your small business is only as good as the way people perceive it.
When Facebook open sourced its data center and server specifications it paved the way for enterprises of all sizes to save money by following the social network's radical hardware designs. The Open Compute Project Foundation has formalized Facebook's designs into specs, which are freely available. Here are tips for implementing them.
Shabbir Baliwala, solutions director for ASEAN, Compuware Asia, explains how organisations and retailers can cater to consumer needs through social media and make sense of big data.
Bienfait joined the BlackBerry team in December 2006 after serving as AT&T's SVP of Global Network Services and Chief Compliance Officer, where she was in charge of the company's business-continuity and disaster-recovery efforts.
Rajesh Varrier, CEO ActiveCubes talks about how the company is helping in the fight against counterfeit drugs.
BlackBerry began its efforts to regain share and opened up a battle with Microsoft for third place in the large U.S. market with the debut of the first phone running its BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Downloading a few apps before you take your smartphone abroad could save you a lot of headache and money.
In this week's tech update President Barack Obama signs cyber threat executive order, BlackBerry readies a special edition Z10, a Fujitsu project serves smartphone ads from TV commercials and more.
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.
Jive Software has released an add-on to its enterprise social networking (ESN) software that automates and simplifies the process of integrating Jive's suite with third-party systems.
Here's a look at five of Gmail's newest features, including quickly adding appointments to your calendar, customizing your background image and using advanced search to find the email you're looking for.
Over the past few years, cloud computing has matured from being an ‘emerging’ trend to a necessary technology. Be it increasing efficiency or saving costs or improving productivity, the cloud can help different organizations in different ways. Here are some best practices organizations need to follow in order to get the best out of the technology.
The CIO of Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center learned a few things last week
The bulk of the shops (two-thirds) that allow BYOD let employees bring in and use what they want, while roughly one-fifth say they give employees an allowance to buy the tools they like.
Don't live your life in Facebook? Try one of these exceptional Android launchers to spice up your home screen and make your device do more.
From conducting video meetings to coordinating to-do lists, these collaboration apps for iOS, Android and more will have your far-flung team working in sync in no time.
Facebook today debuted Facebook Home, a new app launcher for Android phones.