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Beth Noveck, the former director of the White House's Open Government Initiative, spoke with TechRepublic about how the government can take advantage of new technology to become co...
Exclusive: Inside the ProtonMail siege: how two small companies fought off one of Europe's largest DDoS attacks
What started as a simple digital ransom quickly escalated into a trans-continental networking battle.
Using robots, underwater iPads, 3D printing, and other new tech, scientists are discovering shipwrecks that are rewriting our history. Read the inside story of the Antikythera and ...
Making changes to your business strategy can often create new risks. If your business continuity management (BCM) plan is not part of an organization-wide, integrated program, it m...
Anne-Marie Slaughter offers an alternate reality check on the future of women, tech, and the workplace
TechRepublic talked to Anne-Marie Slaughter about being honest with women and men about making it, the risks of overlooking women who left the workplace, and taking the longer view...
Chopra: Health care is about to get a lot more entrepreneurial, data will improve personalized health
At the Louisville Innovation Summit, former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra outlined his vision for a future of healthcare managed by "information fiduciaries."
The term Big Data is a bit of a misnomer. Truth be told, we’re not even big fans of the term—despite the fact that it is so prominently displayed on the cover of this book—because ...
Cyberwar isn't going to be about hacking power stations. It's going to be far more subtle, and more dangerous.
There's a lot of health-related data floating around in the world. IBM wants to help patients and healthcare providers make better use of it and keep it secure.
Andy Wolber explores the long-term implication of the new Google/Alphabet corporate structure.