Feds Pull Plug On 'One Stop' Cloud Portal
The General Services Administration plans to decommission Uncle Sam's Apps.gov site, which was supposed to make it easy for agencies to acquire software as a service.
Dwolla Shakes Up Online Payments
Online payment darling Dwolla adds three new services as it tries to speed up merchant and consumer acceptance of its electronic transactions.
Apple iTunes 11: Visual Tour
Take a closer look at Apple iTunes 11 and see how the venerable music application and e-commerce interface has been redesigned for the better.
5 Ways Microsoft Can Save Windows 8
Microsoft's new OS holds plenty of potential, but so far consumers aren't loving the radically redesigned desktop. Microsoft should consider these changes.
Feds Fall Short On IT Project Management
Government agencies, including Health and Human Services, do a poor job of following federal IT investment guidelines, reports Government Accountability Office.
8 Essential Black Friday Apps
Braving the Black Friday crowds? Don't even think of leaving the house without these applications on your smartphone.
6 Risks Your BYOD Policy Must Address
Strong company policies are a must for managing legal and other risks of personal devices used in the workplace. Are you addressing all the issues?
Windows 8: 8 Big Benefits For SMBs
Windows 8 adoption carries some possible trouble and many potential benefits for small and midsize businesses. Use these factors to decide if it's worth the risk.
iPad Heist At JFK Highlights Mobile Tech Risks
Two thieves made off with 3,600 iPad Minis in a brazen robbery at New York's JFK Airport, demonstrating that crooks can strike in unexpected ways. Here are tips to protect your smartphones and tablets.
Time To Deliver On Federal IT Reform
First four years of the Obama Administration were marked by the beginnings of significant changes in federal IT. Execution will be the name of the game during the next four.