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As enterprises discover the need to build their own software, they're ending the romance with Silicon Valley vendors.
Microsoft recently showed an early preview of Windows 10. What does this mean for mobility?
On a daily basis, CXOs deal with myriad pressures and deadlines. But that doesn't mean they should get a pass on these common oversights that affect the company's success in the lo...
Patrick Gray thinks Microsoft's Surface tablet is a necessary but bold step for Microsoft. Do you think their bet will pay off?
Donovan Colbert thinks that things are still sorting themselves out for tablets in the enterprise, but an argument could be made against tighter control by Google. Do you agree?
Now that we've had a chance to see some of the things Windows 8 can do, let's talk about a few of the things it SHOULD do.
Technology executives indicated this week that the recent stock market volatility could impact tech spending. But, they also noted that customers are better off than in 2008.
The folks who control IT budgets -- chief financial officers -- are not going to be very enthusiastic about spending on tech projects amid the current market volatility.
Whether the Skype deal ultimately ends up being a coup for Microsoft depends in large part on what the company does with the technology.
Interview: DHL Supply Chain CIO Hugo Patten...