PC Sales Slump Continues
Desktop and laptop shipments are even worse than expected, according to IDC, and they haven't yet hit rock bottom. Still, don't count PCs out.
20 Great Ideas To Steal In 2013
IT innovators turn great ideas into action. Use these winning InformationWeek 500 projects to spark your creativity and advance your plans.
New York State Chooses Office 365
Microsoft's Windows 8 might be struggling, but Office 365 is a cloud juggernaut. Its latest customer: New York State, which will move 120,000 employees to the popular cloud office suite by the end of the year.
Ignore Facebook At Your Peril
Facebook continues to make consumer inroads, yet the social networking site makes 'real business' uncomfortable. Time to adjust.
Microsoft Expands Surface Tablets To New Markets
Microsoft has expanded its Surface line to channel partners in 17 new markets. With Windows 8.1 coming and Windows XP going, Microsoft hopes the push will turn things around for its struggling tablets.
Windows 8.1 Faces October Challenge
Microsoft looks to have given itself just eight weeks to polish its delivery before heading into two substantial tests: holiday consumer sales and 2014's anticipated enterprise upgrade cycle.
Why Feds Are Embracing Agile
Agile development can save costs, but it also can help improve the position of the CIO and the IT organization in the agency.
Microsoft Touts Windows 8.1 3-D Printing
3-D printing might not be mainstream, but Microsoft wants in on the ground floor. It's demonstrating Windows 8.1's 3-D printing at 18 retail locations in the U.S.