Today's patent push includes rich, established companies in a variety of industries where IT is becoming the business model: healthcare, automotive, retail, insurance, consulting, airlines.
Baxter International wanted to allow employees to bring their own devices to work, but legal concerns related to e-discovery had to be resolved first.
Economist and author Umair Haque says future economic prosperity depends on using IT for more than improving efficiency. CIOs need to focus on making consumers’ lives better.
CIOs want to integrate social media updates with enterprise CRM systems, but the tools to do so are still emerging
Thanks to Facebook, people have become willing to share information, creating a workplace culture ready for collaboration. Here's how to make the most of it.
Using cloud services like Iland for disaster recovery produced quick financial returns for Help at Home, a company that assists the elderly.
Videoconferencing helped a financial services company save $1 million on travel, but the greater advantage comes from enabling faster decisions
Today, many companies are largely unprepared while text messages replace e-mail as the digital smoking gun.
How is information security failing? Let's count the ways.
Facebook's VP of Technical Operations Jonathan Heiliger tells how he manages the social networking site's technical infrastructure.
Business intelligence helps a mortgage company cut cell phone bills more than 30 percent per month. Top talkers get reported to the boss. Part 5 of 5
PC power management software helped Washington Mutual cut electricity use for a projected $3 million in savings. Part 4 of 5
The Defense Department saved money and improved security by getting tough on unneeded, unsanctioned, unsupported software and hardware. Part 3 of 5
ID management tools help system administrators simplify user access to Unix, Linux systems. Part 2 of 5.
AT&T, Hewlett-Packard offer better deals after Lafarge hires a negotiating advisor. Part 1 of 5.
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