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Recently, Google announced a new, affordable computing device called the Chromebit. Here's how enterprises can get the most out of it.
30 years on, virtual reality is experiencing another hopeful wave. Here's why this is the right time for VR, and how it can avoid floundering. Again.
Enterprise upstart Huddle was founded to help people work better together. Here's how the company put its stamp on enterprise collaboration.
Too many firms lack security visibility into their networks, while hackers prowl using stolen credentials. The solution, says Exabeam, requires user behavior intelligence.
As organizations build their tech roadmap for the years ahead, the wrong choices and strategies could have unfortunate repercussions. Here are some pitfalls to watch out for.
IT staff may need to get used to training and supporting users on applications, because the benefits are two-fold: better software ROI and improved communication between the two gr...
Innovation offices are US government entities specifically tasked with catalyzing and enabling improvements. IBM researchers are optimistic about the approaches, though cite possib...
Here are ways for C-level officers in a "back office" role such as HR, IT, or customer service to establish credibility and value in what they deliver, and to gain the attention of...
PlayerLync can transmit video and files to enterprise tablets to deliver content using new techniques. Learn more about what it can do and how it works.
There are enormous benefits to business process automation. The trick for C-level executives is how to balance these benefits with BPA's potential drawbacks.