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Today’s data-driven learning across every subject and department has created a relentless demand for extra storage capacity. Staff, students and leaders expect their ICT to be at t...
Australian farmers are increasingly under pressure to improve productivity, and they are now turning to technology in search of a solution.
The 2014 Energy Datapalooza focused on the Green Button standard, an EPA proposal to limit carbon emissions, the National Geothermal Data System, privacy concerns about data disclo...
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
Tom Olzak describes the signs that an employee might become an insider threat and recommends the various controls and monitoring that can be implemented to mitigate such threats.
To enable its renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, GE Appliances had to completely reboot IT to act like an agile startup. TechRepublic has an inside look at the groundbreaking proje...
An interview with Kevin Gemmel, whose job it is to move people from Windows 7 to Windows 8. He talks about platform integration, the closing windows for XP support, and the hurdles...
CIO Jury: While bring your own device might be an idea that appeals to staff, CIOs are not so sure, as concerns about data security remain.
Ensuring data privacy in compliance with government regulations and consumer protection laws presents a complex set of challenges for financial firms. Coupled with the rising sophi...
Supercomputers will soon be one thousand times more powerful than they are today, and the UK has enlisted an IBM Blue Gene/Q to help develop software for the machines.