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Analytics thought leader Tom Davenport revisits Competing on Analytics, 10 years after his book on the topic was originally published. We ask him what has changed in that time during this interview.
Activists consider the searches a violation of First and Fourth Amendment rights, while United States officials say they are rare and lawful.
Before taking that big step into DevOps, here are 12 core DevOps terms you'll want to understand.
A successful digital transformation initiative starts with an organization's leadership instilling a culture that supports the idea of the entire business operating under one digital strategy.
Hardware and software that declutters the phone screen and makes it easier to use can be a big help for nontechnical users.
The struggling Japanese company will negotiate with the group over a deal that will be worth billions, but it left the door open for other offers.
One of the largest sources of Bitcoin can be found in the grasslands of Inner Mongolia, despite Chinese skepticism over its potential for risk.
The company announced its most expensive iPhone, priced at $999, at an event on Tuesday. Read our analysis of what Apple unveiled.
The page, posing as an activist group, was one of hundreds of fake accounts Russia used in an information campaign during the election, a revelation that has put Facebook on the defensive.
Mike Cagney, the chief of the lending start-up, is stepping down after questions over sexual harassment at the start-up. Inside the events that led to the change.
Apple’s annual program is an odd streaming TV event: an extended commercial that the faithful watch willingly.
People complain that virtual agents are too impersonal and can't handle complex requests.
Ten years ago, a steady drumbeat of excitement over the iPhone turned into a frenzy. Soon it was being referred to as the “Jesus phone.”
Mike Cagney, a co-founder of Social Finance, is stepping down as chief executive and chairman after sexual harassment claims at the start-up.
If Microsoft’s choice in typefaces doesn’t align with your tastes, you can change your default font for new documents.
Just how quickly are enterprises moving workloads to the cloud? InformationWeek is searching for the answer.