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In the "so bad it's good" category, we honor eight PowerPoint slides that will make you say, "Holy $#@%, What were they thinking?"
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Ambitious, digitally inclined and young, Starbucks' Stephen Gillett is a new breed of CIO who hopes to turn around the coffee giant.
How to make presentations so bad that they might make others laugh.
Nintendo Wii repeats gaming history, defeating supply chain critics.
More than 300 tech professionals reveal what they most need to get their jobs done.
Here's how to safely travel with your tech gear and not become another statistic of lost laptops or data.
What if a company defaults on a loan for a multimillion-dollar SAP ERP software purchase? Or can't repay IBM Global Financing for the hardware, software and services?
In past holiday shopping seasons, Nintendo has received as much attention for the brilliance of its Wii gaming system as for the dearth of consoles on retailers' shelves.
How do they come up with technology product names like "BlackBerry" and Windows "Azure"? In this Q&A, David Placek, the guru whose company came up with those two and many more, takes us inside the product name game.
Here are five ways to hitch a free ride on the Internet connectivity train.
A new survey finds that mobile users actually do make sure to use secure Internet and Wi-Fi connections, they love IT for helping keep them on the go, and they'd rather live without their car than Internet connectivity.
Wal-Mart's super-streamlined retail supply chain fantasy is still just that, but there's good news on the RFID front. Tag technology has improved, and a number of companies now successfully use RFID to track high-value IT assets in house or on campus -- exactly where RFID makes the most sense.