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Mobility can help you transform your business into a digital enterprise, says Jim Haviland of Vox Mobile. Just don't wait to act on mobility's possibilities, or there might be disa...
Looking Beyond Technology: Barriers of E-Commerce Privacy in Building E-Loyalty Intention on Internet Banking
Privacy is considered now a key differentiator in electronic commerce, and it is vital for building and maintaining customer's loyalty. Since online transactions involve many uncer...
Alex Wheeler started Squify to shake up expectations of how a search engine should operate. Will Squify's focus on visualization and charitable giving be enough to secure a foothol...
The challenge in analyzing the Apple v. Google rivalry is deciding which metrics to use. Here are four data points to get a grip on who's winning.
2013 promises to bring increased demand on IT resources, but automated solutions can help organizations save money, reduce downtime, and operate more efficiently.
Dominic Vogel offers some tips on mitigating web-based threats. What works and what doesn't in the fight against malware?
Ryan Boudreaux looks at some of the latest reports on how users are spending their time on the web. Keeping an eye on trends is one way for web developers to stay current.
Electronic Business (e-Business) is revolutionizing the way of communication between internal and external stakeholders in an organization. E-business can lead to competitive advan...
Whether the Skype deal ultimately ends up being a coup for Microsoft depends in large part on what the company does with the technology.
Jason Hiner spills the beans on the most nefarious aspects of working in IT. From bursting the bubble of newbies to explaining how techies cover their butts, here is the tell-all.