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Companies have little incentive to invest in cybersecurity, says Benjamin Dean. The security expert says the reason why may be moral hazard.
In this interview, the UK's first CDO, Mike Bracken, says he will be looking for ways to set standards and get more useful data flowing across siloed agencies to improve governance...
From implementing real-time big data processes to managing internal social media, 2014 brought many changes and challenges. Drawing on those experiences can help you build your str...
Quality Independent Physicians, an accountable care organization, recently implemented the Red e App for secure communications between physicians in their network.
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Ruthe Farmer is the chief strategy officer for the National Center for Women in Information Technology. She talked about bringing computer science to Girl Scouts and NCWIT's impact...
See what six weeks have brought about in the wake of Heartbleed, one of the most famous vulnerabilities in history.
The South Tyneside NHS Foundation in the UK implemented iPads and Huddle for iPad to take its board of directors paperless.
Amazon. Salesforce.com. Microsoft. Rackspace. The economics and efficiencies of the world's largest cloud and hosting service providers are an aspiration for some in enterprise IT....
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.