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Apple's next OS X release, El Capitan, is due in the fall. The new release packs several features business users will appreciate, including Pinned Sites, Mail improvements, and not...
Tasmania will be the first state to introduce a coding curriculum to the primary school classroom as part of a new partnership between Code Club Australia and the Tasmanian governm...
When vendors come bearing gifts of "standards," you better take a closer look. Matt Asay explains.
Financial acumen is a nice feather in a CEO's cap. These five things will help CEOs build a good foundation in corporate finance.
In an interview, MasterCard executive Mung Ki Woo discusses more details about Apple Pay and how it works within the larger credit and debit card processing system.
Rival companies compete against each other in business and therefore they try to obtain data that is usually held in the hands of seaports. If a company succeeds to damage one of i...
Jack Wallen insists that it's time to let go of browsers that will tether Linux to the past. Do you agree?
IT is project-driven -- and if a project goes off track or fails to deliver, the consequences can be dire. These strategies will help ensure a positive outcome.
CIOs with the business savvy, technology smarts, selflessness, and will to sponsor big data efforts can make positive differences for their businesses.
Recently announced Ubuntu Edge -- a high-powered Android phone that will offer a full desktop experience -- could have a profound impact on the mobile world. If it succeeds.