Intel launches Broadwell-H chips for desktops and laptops, but world waits for 'Skylake'
While the world waits for Intel's next-generation "Skylake" chips, the company rolled out the latest members of its fifth-generation Core lineup: the "Broadwell-H" line of socketed processors for desktop and mobile PCs.
CSO's CISO executive career and leadership success guide
A lot has changed since the early years, when enterprises first began embracing the CISO position. Back then, the CISO role was primarily a technical one: control user access, secure the databases, find and patch vulnerabilities, keep the malware out, and eventually to help build secure websites and eCommerce platforms. In those days, most of the highly proprietary data resided within the local area network, the data center, or within PCs and notebooks.
CA names Xbox cofounder its new CTO
Xbox cofounder Otto Berkes may have spent the bulk of his recent years focusing on consumer technology, but his next career move will be set squarely in the enterprise arena, as CA Technologies on Monday announced that it recruited him to serve as its next CTO.
CIOs are refocusing their staffs on customer-centric IT
CIOs are giving their teams new marching orders to turn their attention from internal matters to external customers, who have ultra-high expectations.
Build supersonic shuttles: Hyperloop CEO Dirk Ahlborn slates UK's high-speed rail ambitions
Reveals plans to bring Hyperloop to Europe but not before Asia and the Middle East.
Becoming an innovative anticipator
Avoid moving up the maturity curve too quickly, says Lou Markstrom.
What Jony Ive's new job means for Apple design
The company's first ever Chief Design Officer will play a bigger role than ever.
Is there really a correlation between effective risk management and profit margin growth?
The relationship between risk management and profit margin growth is stronger than correlation, it is cause and effect. You can guide risk management in support of profits and push them higher.
Coca-Cola finds innovation with startups
The odds of a 129-year-old mega corporation unearthing innovative ideas or technology in-house are virtually impossible. Instead, the company turns to startups – and not your typical Silicon Valley startups.
Acronis set to grow in India and China
After winning customers in Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, the data backup company wants to grow in India and China, says John Zanni, Senior Vice President & Head of Global Cloud Business at Acronis