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Discover some of the best books about technology and society from the past year, along with great science-fiction novels hinting at what's yet to come.
Mobile is getting more critical to enterprises. According to Crittercism's Andrew Levy, mobile pros will need the analytics chops to shed more light on app performance and revenue ...
Google has never been afraid to drop some serious cash acquiring innovative companies. Here's a look back at Google's acquisitions in 2014, and what it means for its focus moving f...
IT Operations Analytics is becoming a hot field as technology grows ever more complex. Find out what it means and the benefits it can provide.
Customer insights with big data come from multiple sources, and analysts need quick, direct access to data, according to BitYota's Dev Patel in a Q&A with TechRepublic.
PCCS owns and operates the largest data center campus in the Middle East. As an innovative cloud service provider offering secure IaaS solutions, PCCS required a dynamic, easy-to-d...
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is generating interest in the networking realm. Learn why it's important, what Cisco is doing about it, and what the competition has to say about ...
The future of big data, the Internet of Things, wearables, and BYOD are among the predictions in this roundup of technology leaders.
Big Data and mobility are converging offering mobile workers access to real time data via mobile dashboard apps.
Security metrics are supposedly a way for upper management and IT departments to converse intelligently about in-house security programs. Why aren't the metrics working?