Worry of data protection from theft or loss weighs heavily on IT executives' minds, a new study reveals.
In this Q&A, Shai Agassi speaks about his reason for leaving SAP and his vision for the electric car.
We all know we shouldn't write down passwords on Sticky Notes, but we do because our brain can't possibly recall them all. Or can it? One researcher says we can memorize much more if we change the way we recall and store this information.
Huge demand for third-party ERP implementation services has pushed "availability of resources" to the top of customers' vendor scorecard and nudged customers to look at SaaS models. And look out: Here comes Microsoft.
Sure, CIOs can be clueless. But so can the programming staff. It's time for the other side of the story: CIOs and IT managers explain just how out-of-it their application development staff can be.
In their quest to get Wi-Fi Internet connectivity, people have done some pretty desperate things. Here's a countdown, with comments.
Nearly two years after the hot videogame console's debut, U.S. consumers can still find only a wee number of Wiis for purchase. Nintendo has been tight-lipped as to why the chronic shortage continues. But some industry analysts and supply chain experts say it's no accident.
Results from a new survey show the unsafe, illegal and downright bizarre things people do for Wi-Fi access.
Wi-Fi wants to be free, but businesses ponder how to best provide this increasingly expected retail service.
Apple's self-inflicted wounds during the iPhone 3G, App Store and MobileMe rollouts and iPhone software upgrade could have been prevented. And while CEO Steve Jobs has owned up to the mistakes, will they have a lasting effect on Apple?
Retailers try a variety of approaches to free or cheap hotspot service to figure out which method pays off.
Angelina Jolie wants you. Well, not really, but spammers want you to think so. Today's hot spam trend is using celebrity names to get people to open up e-mails and unleash a virus or Trojan attack. Which starlets appear most? We've got the top 10.
Al Tarasiuk, the CIA's CIO, is on a mission to modernize the agency's IT practices and connections to the intelligence community. It's just like any other IT-business alignment project, except that he has to get disparate departments to share data while supporting the White House's war on terror.
PC power management software helped Washington Mutual cut electricity use for a projected $3 million in savings. Part 4 of 5