SAP co-founder Tschira dies at 74
Klaus Tschira, an SAP co-founder who helped pioneer the development of modern ERP (enterprise resource planning) software and turn the Germany-based company into a global software powerhouse, died Tuesday in Heidelberg at 74.
Samsung launch new 'enterprise friendly' smartphones
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge provide better security, faster charging.
HP hits former Autonomy execs with US$5 billion suit
HP filed a Claim Form against Lynch and Hussain on Monday alleging they engaged in fraudulent activities while executives at Autonomy, an HP spokeswoman said via email
IBM to pump US$3 billion into new IoT business unit
IBM General Manager Chris O'Connor will oversee the new unit, which will initially court enterprises in travel, logistics, insurance, public utilities, transportation and retail.
Choosing the cloud that's right for you
There are degrees of commitment to the cloud, and more than one cloud model to consider.
BlackBerry shocks with Q4 profit but CEO Chen can't stop sales slide
BlackBerry surprised Wall Street by getting its bottom line back into the black in the fourth quarter, but sales shrunk significantly again, putting in question CEO John Chen's assertion that the company's turnaround is on track.
Facebook reveals the logic behind its forced Messenger split
It made Messenger a separate app and then turned it into a platform all its own
5 freshly-funded cloud computing companies worth watching
Venture capitalists pour funds into cloud companies old and new, including Aryaka, Hedvig and BetterCloud
5 ways to use virtual reality in the enterprise
As Facebook and others push VR forward, there will be more uses for it than just games and social networking
Profile: Microsoft's Phil Goldie
Microsoft's partner boss discusses Cloud, wine and M&A.
IT chiefs now firmly entrenched in senior management
But only 15 per cent sit on the board of their current organisation, according to new research
Shadow IT: To shut it down or embrace it?
Steve Redman, APAC Vice President, Palo Alto Networks explains what Shadow IT is truly all about – its relevance to BYOD, the security risks and benefits it poses to a company, and how it affects the role of CIOs.
Taking IT reorgs to the extreme
IT departments are constantly reorganizing, but a few companies have gone so far as to break the traditional IT department into pieces.
CIOs discuss how they nurture IT talent
In the latest installment of CIO Quick Takes, three IT leaders discuss how they nurture tech talent.
S.E. Asian CIOs want to change their management styles
They should adapt their leadership styles to succeed in digital business, according to Gartner's latest survey report.
How to work with millennials
Millennials – they're disobedient, they ask too many questions and I can't relate to them. Does this sound like you? If so, it's high time you made working with this fearless, tech-savvy age group a top priority, because if they're not working with you, they're with your competitors, and you're going to lose valuable competitive advantage.
The true cost of video conferencing solutions
To have or not to have (a video conferencing solution) is not the question anymore. Here’s why.
How recruiting software firms help close the diversity gap
Gamergate and the Ellen Pao trial are two of the most recent examples of the IT industry's ugly side, not to mention some of the most widely publicized instances of discrimination. But IT isn't all harassment and misogyny. The same incubator environment that's spawned some horrific examples of bias also has given rise to firms that are using technology to actively increase diversity in IT.
Four takeaways from 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine'
The film isn’t about letting us in on Job's secrets. It’s about perspective.
Why companies opt to insource for IT innovation
IT outsourcing customers are increasingly demanding IT innovation and will either look to providers to deliver real business outcomes or take their innovation-related business back in-house to run themselves.