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While the explosion in mobile device usage has led to an array of well-publicized IT challenges, it has nonetheless created tremendous business opportunities. Mobility is everywher...
Mental health is a serious issue in the US, but not enough people have access to professional help. Here are six ways tech is helping bridge that gap.
Jesus Vigo reviews options and best practices associated with backing up data on your Apple devices in observance of World Backup Day 2015.
Researchers are using big data to try to help solve the Ebola crisis. Human and other "on the ground" realities must be holistically factored into every analytics design.
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
Smartphones might create gadget envy, but it seems that nothing beats a PC for real work.
For computer networks, digital identities are the keys to the kingdom. Your identity credentials open doors to your corporate network, your medical records, your bank account, and ...
From R&D to patient care, technology has the opportunity to drastically improve the US healthcare system. Here are seven important ways it can happen.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Conn...
Big-data technology will eventually underpin the healthcare system, though to what extent and what that means to patients are questions needing to be asked.