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Companies including Monoidics, Myrrix, Summly and TweetDeck have all been acquired in recent months
Disrupting the status quo is a delicate matter, says Jay Hallberg
Are visitors fleeing from your website almost as soon as they get there? There's a lot you can do to change that
Tablets, cloud storage, flexible working hours, telecommuting, web-based documents, enterprise social networking are the new office tools
Even if you're happy with Windows XP or Windows 7, these five reasons might be enough to make you want to upgrade to Windows 8
This week we sat down with the CTO of Layer 7 Technologies to talk management and challenges
Three reasons you should be using Office 365
London Olympics are a chance for CIOs to show business acumen to their C-level colleagues by championing telecommuting
IT departments need to accept that social networking is not just recreational, says Peter Coffee
Sites like Kickstarter offer both established businesses and startups a chance to finance their dreams
The question is now less how do I become a CIO, but what kind of CIO do I want to become?
Get the most out of enterprise social networking
The face of data science is changing, are you ready?
Several automotive and tech groups are researching the technology, but a fully self-driving car could be far off
The Windows To Go feature of Windows 8 Enterprise eliminates many of the concerns and headaches of allowing users to bring their own PCs.
It's about partnership and managing expectations
Cloud computing has much to offer organisations, but if the end user experience is poor the technology could fail to deliver
Move follows Red Hat, Rackspace and VMware in releasing free or low-cost options for their cloud computing platforms
This new tool should enable you to send focused messages to your fans.
Why for some businesses a standalone hosted solution may be best
The ability to scale up or down with ease is clearly beneficial to an organisation whose size may fluctuate in the next five years, or who may simply have to cope with occasional peaks in demand
The need for business process management has never been greater
By stealing the march on consumer IT and providing your own app store, you could control authentication, configuration, and distribution of your mobile app inventory
The New College Swindon BYOD scheme offers mobile support for 1,800 of the school's 13,000 students
While midsize businesses are more willing to outsource IT compute cycles to public cloud providers, larger organisations are selectively testing the waters