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Technovation is trying to build the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. Today, it launched a gallery of apps created by teams of young women around the world.
While AWS can credibly claim to be cheaper, cost isn't what's driving its expanding empire. Innovation is.
For years, Amazon's competitors have focused on the wrong strategies. Now, with Google, developers are important again, and AWS finally has real competition.
Although Business Intelligence& Analytics (BIA) systems are increasingly seen as a source of competitive advantage, limited research, to the authors' knowledge, has examined the fa...
Jeff Cerny talks with Peter Price, the co-founder and CEO of Webalo about the effect of BYOD on the enterprise.
Ubuntu's powerful and new slogan, "Avoid the pain of Windows 8," was retracted for a generic, watered-down tagline. Jack Wallen thinks it was a mistake to retract it. Here's why.
Without tough measures by employers, the volume of dodgy job applications could hit confidence in India's outsourcing workforce.
Glu Mobile CEO Niccolo De Masi opens up about the challenges of running an agile enterprise in the mobile gaming space.
The boom in India's services has spawned the growth of new engineering colleges. Yet the outsourcing industry thinks too few of their graduates are up to scratch.
What started with the Indian services industry's attempts to attract talent through women-friendly policies now extends to all parts of the equality agenda.