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Immelt: GE will use 100-year legacy to bridge physical and digital, create $15 billion software company
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt spoke at the Gartner Symposium about how GE will harness its knowledge to marry the physical and the digital and stay relevant for another century.
At the 2015 IdeaFestival, business leaders discussed how their companies stay relevant and profitable in the shifting global marketplace.
A roundup of tech for the pet who has everything. If you want a workday video chat with your dog at home or the ability to send treats remotely, now there is tech for that.
At the 2015 Dreamforce conference, three very different organizations spoke on how they built their business. Here are some useful takeaways and common threads.
IBM, along with ten other partners, want to use Watson and mobile technology to bring early diagnosis to at-risk dementia patients.
Researchers at Princeton University have observed the Weyl fermion, a massless particle first theorized 85 years ago. Here's how the discovery could change the way we make electron...
Mary Meeker, a partner at venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, delivered her State of the Internet presentation in May. Here are some highlights.
Windows Server Modernization: Risk Mitigation and Innovation for Future Preparedness Go Hand in Hand
This IDC white paper considers the approaching end of extended support for Windows Server 2003 and explores Windows Server migration options, hardware/software replacements, and su...
Developers are the future, so why do we force them to use programming languages of the past? Matt Asay takes a closer look at this problem.
Unprecedented demand for business growth is driving the introduction of new applications and a mobile workforce scattered across the globe. Security often becomes an afterthought,...