RIM Co-CEOs Say Outsiders Just Don't Get It
Despite grim quarterly results, Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie maintained that Research In Motion is approaching the final phase of a significant transition and defended their management structure.
How Should RIM Right Its Ship?
After dismal quarterly results, can it reverse the perception by many that the BlackBerry is old school and manage to rekindle buzz about the platform and company?
Consumerization Of IT Is No Fad
If you need any more proof, check out Microsoft's thinking about the key rivals to Windows Phone 7 and Office 365 in the enterprise.
Want To Get Outsourced?
IT organizations delinquent at measuring and communicating the value of the services they deliver are doomed. We need to get better at transparency.
IT Help Desks Not Just For Large Enterprises
With compromised productivity a constant threat to business success, the question for SMBs isn't how can we afford a help desk, but how can we afford not to invest in IT support?
Can Health IT Do More Harm Than Good?
A doctor's brain can sometimes be fooled into seeing a disease pattern when none really exists. And by extension, so can a computerized diagnostic program.
Big Data A Big Backup Challenge
Backing up Big Data requires a system that is fast, cost effective, and reliable. These are conflicting terms in the world of storage.
iOS 5: Why Integrate Twitter And Not Facebook?
Apple's new iOS platform offered at least one surprise feature--integration with Twitter's microblogging platform. An interesting move, and one that has us wondering why not Facebook, instead?