CES 2013: T-Mobile Places All Its Chips On LTE
January 09, 2013
T-Mobile announced a slew of changes headed to its network in the coming months, including LTE 4G, HD Voice and yes, the iPhone.
Samsung At CES: TVs, Tablets And Even Refrigerators
January 08, 2013
Huge TVs dominated Samsung's offerings at CES, but the company also demoed cutting-edge cameras, refrigerators, and laptops.
CES 2013: PaperTab Tablet Boasts Flexible Display
January 08, 2013
U.K. display technology researchers join Intel and Canada's Queen's University to develop 'paper' tablets.
Research: 2012 Mobility/BYOD Staffing Survey
IT is forging ahead with mobile computing plans but may not be able to find the desired skills--or the budget to pay for them. While 15% of respondents to our survey say they plan to increase staff in the area of mobility in the next year, 38% of those who identify it as a top area of staffing increase say a shortage of workers is holding them back from adopting mobile tech, and 19% worry that salary demands will exceed their budget or that they won't be able to afford the people they need.
Research: 2013 IT Budget Outlook
Forty-seven percent of companies expect an increase in IT spending in 2013 and just 18% expect a cut. But budget tactics aren't changing to recognize shifts in IT's strategic role, with just 22% saying their IT governance board has a major influence on budgets.
Research: 2012 InformationWeek 500 Full Report
The rules for IT are changing: While 29% of participants in our annual ranking of business technology innovators say lowering business or IT costs is a priority, that’s down sharply from 47% just three years ago. Today's focus is on the customer, with 37% citing widespread deployment of customer-facing mobile apps. Add cloud computing and big data analytics to the mix, and you can see it's a whole new game. Find out how the very best companies are changing to play by the new rules.
Research: Innovation Mandate: Take II
Is the U.S. rising or falling as a global IT innovation leader? An update of the exclusive research we conducted two years ago shows that business technology pros think the country is making modest progress in some areas.
Strategy: SaaS, Social and Your ESB
As software-as-a-service and social media become more popular, IT needs to ensure that the enterprise service bus infrastructure is ready for hybrid systems--and the orchestration thereof.