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Regulation and the "sharing economy" was the topic of a recent panel discussion in the U.S. House of Representatives. Alex Howard summarizes the highlights.
Google has developed a way to coordinate the power required by a server's processor with the workload issued to the server.
The major portion of total power consumption in the integrated device is leakage power dissipation and is expected to grow exponentially in the next decade as per the International...
CloudPages can add more options to your Google Apps environment such as single sign-on, password recovery and contact sharing features. Find out what it offers and how it came abou...
Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops have captured nearly 20% of the educational market
Kentucky Country Day, an independent private school, recently began requiring Chromebooks for their middle schoolers. What started as an R&D experiment has yielded some striking re...
Get to know Ben Fried, the CIO of Google, and learn some of his views on technology management.
Heidi Ambler, director of IBM Social Business, offers these tips to help your organization devise a successful social media strategy.
Jeff Cerny talks with Peter Price, the co-founder and CEO of Webalo about the effect of BYOD on the enterprise.
Hunter TAFE: Institute Uses Content Management System to Create Enterprise-Quality Web Site in Two-Month Rapid Deployment
Hunter TAFE wanted to make their public web site a more powerful marketing tool. They needed a consistent brand feel across the site, better search functionality and more intuitive...
'If you talk about servers and datacentres, you'll lose your audience'