Are Legacy Systems Keeping You Prisoner?
Does your organization depend on a decades-old IT infrastructure? Here are some strategies for breaking out of outdated systems that are too risky to leave in place.
HealthCare.gov Leaders Play IT Blame Game
It's not fair to just point the finger at technology or its implementers when IT projects go bad. Let's talk about the business team that originally defined the project vision.
The Truth About Why Stores Track You
Apple's iBeacon and other "contextual awareness" technologies might soon pop up on your smartphone as shopping advice. That's not as frightening as it sounds.
Tips for Smarter WLAN Design
Healthcare, retail, and warehouse/manufacturing have their own quirks when it comes to WLAN design. These tips will help you avoid cookie-cutter deployments.
8 More Facebook Buttons We Want
A Facebook engineer developed a Sympathize button for the times when Like just doesn't work. But why stop there? The TMI button seems long overdue.
Marketing Vs. IT? Here's A Better Approach
Join our live audio chat with Penske Truck Leasing's top IT and interactive marketing executives, who will discuss what it takes for their two disciplines to get on the same page.
SDN: What's In Store For 2014
Software-defined networking has been THE topic in the networking industry this year. As 2013 comes to a close, let's take stock of its progress and consider where it's headed.
Are You A Mobile Blocker Or Enabler?
When working remotely, viewing content is great, but teams also need to change documents, share updates, and kick off downstream tasks. Access-only mode doesn't cut it anymore.
What Windows 8 Needs Now
A game made Windows 3.1 users fall in love with the mouse. Now Windows 8 needs a game as satisfying as solitaire.
Don't Give Up On OpenStack
Analysts may be bad mouthing OpenStack, but all the open-source cloud platform needs is a well-defined technology roadmap to become a contender in the enterprise.