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In this CIO profile, Yodle's Eric Raab talks about CIOs and company culture, and his passion for working at start-ups.
Deb Littlejohn Shinder thinks Microsoft should takes steps now to turn the Xbox brand into much more than just a way to play games.
Steve Jobs resurrected Apple by slaying five dragons. See how he did it. This reprint of a 2010 article is published in honor of Steve Jobs' passing.
NetIQ president and GM, Jay Gardner, discusses the challenges of helping technology end users avoid diminishing benefits and gain incremental value from their IT investments.
For the last edition of the Windows Desktop Report for 2010, Greg Shultz did a little poking around on the Internet to see what I could learn about the new, as well as existing, Wi...
Most of the leading notebook makers are planning their own tablets to respond to the iPad, but here are six things they can learn from the iPad to make their laptops better.
If iPads become as popular as iPhones, they could creep in to enterprise environments. For business users -- and the IT department that supports them -- here are five essential ent...
RingCentral provides a business-class phone system in the cloud that can be accessed from anywhere at a relatively low fixed cost.
Creating trust within the business, automating processes, serving a broad range of requirements - and climbing Mount Everest. See how one CIO has tackled his professional and perso...
Jack Wallen had the opportunity to interview the finalists in the latest Cisco "Think inside the box" contest. Read about what the finalists had to say about developing for open so...