By encouraging employees to suggest innovative ideas, and rewarding them whether the ideas succeed or fail, the maker of Huggies and Kleenex has been able to increase efficiency, reduce costs and boost morale.
Some firms offer training in new skill sets; and some embed IT workers in business departments.
The SugarSync syncing and storage service redesigned its app from the ground up for the iPad.
Seagate says it is the first hard-drive maker to achieve the milestone storage density of 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) per square inch on a disk platter.
The sales of storage software in 2011 produced record revenues of more than $14 billion, IDC said.
The consumerization of IT offers workers many opportunities -- and creates huge challenges for IT.
The vendor best known for its hard drive defragmentation technology has changed its name to Condusiv and is readying new utilities.
Hospitals are embracing 'Bring-Your-Own-Device' initiatives, but with varying levels of access to business applications.
With the beta of Windows Server 8 to be released in the next few weeks, Microsoft executives said the next-generation OS is focused squarely on storage.
While users and experts typically point to processor chips and wireless network connectivity as the culprit of poor smartphone performance, researchers say storage is more of an issue.
As the circuitry of NAND flash-based, solid-state drives shrinks, performance drops precipitously.
Telemedicine has been around since the 1990s, but psychiatrists say it's increasingly used to treat remote patients as technology and security improves.
While data storage has always been a necessary building block for technology, it's rarely garnered as much attention as it has in the past two years.
Dell today announced its first deduplication appliance, along with an upgrade to its Compellent Storage Center management software.
Two other enterprise-class storage vendors have also raised their hard drives prices in as many months, and Lenovo said it had run short of certain drives for its PC systems.