The enterprise software giant is trying to end the days where it's a whipping boy for failed implementations. The key question: How do you avoid a project failure?
There are more than 40,000 health-related apps on the market. Yet there is little oversight or organization, leaving even the professionals scratching their heads over what to formally recommend.
Docked in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the mystery four-story structure is sitting idle day after day. It's not known why construction hasn't re-commenced.
In yet another open letter, CEO John Chen attempts to get businesses to stick with BlackBerry.
The IT trade association is now offering an exam to certify technology pros who need to make sure their data centers and IT resources are environmentally friendly.
The retail giant launches an employment incentive program that pays for employee career training in certain high-demand but unrelated fields like nursing or aircraft mechanics.
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CNET editor Jessica Dolcourt takes on the Incredible Hulk of cell phones in a durability test, and wins. Maybe.
The review of notebooks from Apple, Lenovo, Samsung, and Toshiba comes after Apple quietly but briefly withdrew from the environmental group's device certification program.
The only thing cooler than a monitor with a million colors is a monitor with a billion colors, and Acer is offering both.