Government CIOs and the IT Talent GapBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on September 23, 2016
Faced with an aging workforce, federal agencies are having a tough time hiring fresh tech talent. States, meanwhile, are getting innovative in recruiting IT workers.
Enterprise IoT Momentum Builds: SurveyBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on September 22, 2016
A new study from IDC reveals that a majority of businesses are moving full speed ahead with their IoT initiatives.
Tech Comics: Do You Love Me?By Oliver Widder
| News Article Published on September 16, 2016
Sometimes technology makes things exceptionally clear.
Samsung Exchanging Exploding Note7 HandsetsBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on September 12, 2016
Faulty batteries are causing some Note7 phablets to explode. To avoid further incidents, Samsung is urging buyers to exchange them.
Dell-EMC Megamerger is a Done DealBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on September 07, 2016
The companies close the book on the biggest technology deal in history, forming a new IT giant called Dell Technologies.
The Intersection of Alchemy and Open SourceBy Sean Michael Kerner
| News Article Published on September 01, 2016
The idea of being open has proven itself before in human history, claims Cory Doctorow in a LinuxCon keynote.
iPhones are Buggier than Android Devices: StudyBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on August 29, 2016
Apple iOS devices are likelier to exhibit problems than Android handsets, according to a study from the Blancco Technology Group.
IoT Blindness Strikes More than Half of All EnterprisesBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on August 25, 2016
Security is a prime IoT concern, compounded by the fact that more than half of all organizations can't account for all the "things" trading data in their networks.
Tech Comics: Auto-Complete?By Oliver Widder
| News Article Published on August 19, 2016
It's easy to spell a complicated word with auto-complete -- or, well, maybe not.