9 Myths About Wearable Computers
Wearable devices represent a major opportunity for the technology industry, but the makers of these devices still have some work to do.
VMware + Desktone: A Game-Changer For VDI?
VMware's acquisition of Desktone may signal the technical capability, cost savings, and user acceptance necessary for desktop virtualization to break through in the enterprise.
8 Reasons To Hate Windows 8.1
Sure, it's an improvement over Windows 8. But for many PC users, Windows 8.1 is a clumsy hybrid that's a pain to navigate.
2014 Digital Business Survey
When it comes to digital strategy, size matters. We broke 510 respondents down by employee count: 326 hail from orgs with fewer than 1,000 employees, while 184 have more than 1,000. We found that 62% of smaller shops have digital strategies vs. 73% of large companies. And that's just the start of the disparities.
Welcome To The New InformationWeek
We're leaving behind the old, one-way publishing model of business technology journalism and pioneering an approach that emphasizes community and true multiway discourse.
Stop Worrying About The CIO Role
The role of the CIO is evolving, thanks to customer-facing technologies like analytics and the cloud. Successful execs must embrace change to drive company growth.
Intel's Mojo Returns
Intel is finally putting together a sensible set of solutions that should bring back marketshare in emerging markets and stave off challenges in its profitable server business.
How PayPal Got Its Swagger Back
PayPal CTO explains how the move to OpenStack and a more agile development process put the mojo back in PayPal's product line.
LinkedIn Adds Pulse For News
LinkedIn pushes customized content with the integration of news curation app Pulse for desktop and mobile versions.
IW500 Executive Survey Results
Just 12% can switch between public cloud infrastructure and in-house datacenters based on demand; only 26% use PaaS; 54% do predictive revenue analysis; and 30% have widely deployed mobile apps for employees.
Server Innovation Moves Slowly
Companies may be planning big data and Internet of things strategies, but they aren't buying the next-gen hardware to support them.