IT pioneers lead in revenue growth
Findings from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
Findings from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
Rethink advised in the wake of growing adoption of flexwork policies
New appointee to advise C-level customers
Four disruptive factors are set to force dramatic changes in the data centre market by year-end 2016.
The CTO of a Costa Rica-based payment network that U.S. prosecutors allege primarily served the cybercriminal underworld pleaded guilty on Thursday to one count of conspiring to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business.
Group CEO Chua Sock Koong said the leadership reorganisation was aimed at “strengthening our market leadership and increasing our relevance to customers.”
An overwhelming majority of executives from companies that have brought big data projects to production are pleased with the results, according to new research by Accenture Digital. However, they also cite security as the major challenge they face.
CIOs are spending more on IT, worrying most about security and privacy, and staying on the job a little longer, according to the latest data from the Society for Information Management (SIM).
Nation should invest in activities that utilize knowledge, innovation, design, IT sciences, software, and marketing.
Wearable tech and Internet-of-Things (IoT) gadgets are all the rage. A new survey from Acquity Group, though, illustrates how different generations are embracing these new developments.
In this interview, CEO Rod Snodgrass clarifies the ways in which ideas are built and killed in the unit, while explaining the underlying focus to be the long-term wealth of the group.
For all the enthusiasm surrounding the government's move to the cloud -- and there's no shortage -- one prominent federal CIO is emphatic that cloud computing, for all its virtues, is no panacea for the government's technology challenges.
CEO Tim Cook leads biggest product rollout since the first iPhone to trumpet new smartphones, a digital payment service and a foray into fashion.
Over-provisioning seen as a 'necessary evil'
With the latest Apple launch, the consumer electronics market leader is now fast following, not leading.
Pay matters, while millenials share same priorities as older colleagues.
Wednesday was another big day for Internet action as hundreds of thousands of Americans made their voices heard over the Federal Communication Commission's proposed "Open Internet" guidelines for Internet Service Providers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't speak publicly often outside of events and the company's quarterly earnings calls, so it was a special treat to watch his interview with Charlie Rose this weekend. We've put together edited highlights from his first hour chatting with the ABC talk show host about Apple's new products, the Apple TV, Steve Jobs, and the future of the company.
A U.S. appeals court has thrown out a US$368.2 million award against Apple in a patent infringement case brought by patent-holding and software company VirnetX.
The BPO provider will run the bank's wealth management back office in Singapore.
Applying more process 'rigour' to technology projects with issues is not the answer, argues Colin Ellis.
The Malaysian government is rightly creating a Big Data Analytics framework to drive progress in multiple sectors, says SAP Malaysia's Yew Mei San.
Federal IT executives urge cloud service providers to offer agencies a glimpse of their roadmaps to help guide procurement strategies, which is often a byzantine process hampered by perpetual government tech talent shortages.
It hopes to quadruple the size of its data centre business to US$4 billion by 2018
The upcoming Android phone packs a 1-inch image sensor on par with dedicated cameras.
PIKOM's ICT Strategic Review 2014/2015 expects double-digit growth of Malaysia's national ICT industry will continue and will achieve US$29.53 billion revenue by 2017.
Online TV viewers who like Scripps Networks' channels such as DIY Network, the Food Network, HGTV, and the Travel Channel will be able to see them on Dish Network's planned over-the-top TV service. Slated for rollout by the end of 2014, the Dish OTT service will be aimed at "cord cutters, cord nevers and what we call cord haters," said Adam Lowy, Dish's GM of Interactive and Advanced TV. Cable TV insiders expect the service to have between 20 to 30 channels, and to cost around $30/month. That's a price that Dish hopes will be attractive to non-subscribers, but that won't eat into its existing satellite subscriber base.
Subway will soon allow customers to pay for their sandwiches with the tap of a smartphone.
IsatHub connectivity provides an assured 3G service in regions that have no or very poor mobile signal, and also in areas much closer to home, such as cellular ‘blackspots’.
The iPhone 6 finally has NFC but you can't do much with it
Wyvern securely rolls five programming languages into one.
Micron's new firmware can dynamically change flash from SLC to MLC and back again
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