With Oracle and Microsoft now offering their core technologies via Amazon, is it time to trust the cloud?
Early adopters, analysts reveal the pros and cons of the wireless broadband service.
The tools are largely there, but not the visibility needed for regulators and banks to catch problems early.
Energy savings throughout the company can be cut if IT applies its technology know-how to managing facilities.
Wikis are a simple technology for managing information -- but used simplistically, they can do more harm than good.
In tough times, companies look to shift tech work to outsiders, whether offshore or down the street. Be careful: This "cure" could be deadly.
Expect cuts in budgets for contractors, services, and hardware --including delays in cloud computing.
CIOs plan sharp reductions in contract staff, professional services, and hardware -- and almost no investment in cloud computing.
Experts say that Apple must move to standards-based ways of doing things to gain traction in the business market.
Analysis: The line between "church and state" slides down a slippery slope.
Articles by Ephraim Schwartz