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Brett Goldstein, the former chief data officer of the City of Chicago, reflects on how the CDO role is evolving, and where it needs to go.
The US continues to fall behind in preparing the next generation of STEM innovators to build the future. But, there's one big move that could help catch up.
John Weathington makes the case for embracing pair programming when structuring the workflows of your data science team.
Enterprise IT workloads are diverse, and CliQr Technologies wants to enable companies to better manage applications with the cloud of their choice.
Google, EIC, and the NCWIT are offering a new award for the best portrayal of women in tech. Here's why the award wants to change the perception of women in technology.
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of t...
Enterprise startup companies have often played major roles as hotbeds of technological innovation. Take our survey on enterprise startups and get a free copy of the research report...
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.
Megan Smith and new deputy US CTO Alexander Macgillivray will bring engineering talent, policy expertise, and deep understanding of the intersection of tech and society to the Whit...