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Context is becoming a key element in the mobile app universe. Find out why it matters and what it can do.
Christian Reilly, CTO of Citrix's Workspace Services Division, spoke with TechRepublic about his history in IT, the role of consumerization in the enterprise, and how he defines hi...
Startup Sapience gives enterprise leaders the data and insights on employee workflow to help them improve productivity. Here's why it's a little more than just big brother for the ...
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Lindsay Crudele tells TechRepublic about the importance of social media in everyday government processes, and especially during emergencies like the Boston bombing.
Google Fiber has established gigabit internet in three US metro areas, with nine more targeted for the near future. Our research has turned up the metros most likely to be targeted...
As nations spend billions of dollars stockpiling digital weapons and tension grows between them, the risk of world cyber warfare has suddenly turned offensive.
The Open Data 500 study is an index of US companies using open government data to generate business and develop products. Read our interview with Joel Gurin, the project's director...
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.