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More and more business users are taking on the role of IT decision maker -- but they may not know what they should ask vendors. If you find yourself in this boat, keep these 10 cri...
The Presidency of Mexico's national digital strategy coordinator, Alejandra Lagunes, speaks with Alex Howard about the country's plan for open government and digital innovation.
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.
According to Gartner, IoT and the convergence of the physical and virtual are elements of a digital business. Here are the emerging technologies that can propel your business model...
During your 2015 budget planning process, these are the big data topics that Mary Shacklett says should be front and center.
Today's "second screen" phenomenon means the mobile device is growing into the customer service platform of choice.
Corporate training and education is borrowing from massively open online courses to keep employees enriched and up-to-date
Wearable devices are still trying to gain a solid foothold with consumers. The concept is already boring some, so manufacturers are scrambling to figure out how to appeal to the ma...
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.