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A new report from Intel on its efforts to increase diversity at work is noteworthy for its transparency. Will it spark industry change? Also: Yahoo struggling to keep employees; wearables' upward trend.
Private cloud computing comes with many benefits, but building and managing it is no simple feat. Does your company have what it takes?
MIT professor Marvin Minsky set artificial intelligence on its current, unfolding course. Also in Searchlight: EMC head says Dell deal is on track despite jitters; top Twitter execs take flight.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
Although a top CMS official has declared meaningful use dead, health IT observers say it is still quite alive but that it will change under the new MACRA healthcare law.
Population health management tool, eCaring, is helping one home healthcare company reduce ER visits of those with chronic diseases.
Coming up soon, the HIMSS 2016 conference and show in Las Vegas is a unique opportunity for sectors of health IT -- vendors, users, regulators and others -- to come together.
When planning for a multicloud deployment, be sure to account for the various management and integration issues that can arise.
The heaviest hitters in Docker Linux cloud containers are still Amazon and Google, whose battle is reaching a fever pitch, as Microsoft Azure gears up to join in.
For successful cloud deployment, IT teams should move away from the traditional break/fix model, and adopt a cloud broker mind-set instead.
The maker of the Vblock, VCE, is securing its role within the EMC Federation after the Dell-EMC merger as a converged platform division with new offerings in the works.
IT certification programs offer important skills for evolving technological needs. Data center pros will find a lot of clouds on the skills horizon, and can get these certifications to excel.
The Open Compute Project is like buying supermarket store brands -- you still get what you want without the high price in your data center.
Hadoop has been slowly plodding through the big data jungle, but SQL's integration may put a spring in the elephant's step.
Attention's been placed on Spark running on Hadoop, but there are Spark connectors for NoSQL that usher in a new class of operational analytics.
Consultant David Loshin says self-service data preparation software helps give data analysts broader access to business information than they typically can get in a data warehouse.
Roundup: A new report may explain China's cyber targeting of health insurers. Plus, malware activity shows a big rise at year-end; more software vulnerabilities were reported.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Wi-Fi Sense was designed to make hotspot sharing easy, but experts debate if the security risks are real and whether the new feature offers substantial benefits and relative safety.
When it comes to state-sponsored attacks infecting mobile devices, do users have any chance of tracing the attack? Expert Nick Lewis offers some answers.