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Business-Led Tech Spending Drives Innovation

As the roles of IT and business continue to blur, it's inevitable that an increasing share of technology spending is now overseen by non-tech managers. But there's a bright side to this trend: It's paving the way for more innovation, according to a recent survey from CEB (formerly known as the Corporate Executive Board). The accompanying report, titled "Executive Guidance: Harnessing Business-Led... Read More >

 
 

Fascinating Facts About the Internet of Things

If something isn't connected to the Internet—whether human, animal, household appliance, automobile, factory tool, etc.—does it exist? If you're going all-in on the Internet of things, you may conclude that it doesn't. Simply stated, the Internet of things refers to the possibility of providing online connectivity for every "thing" on the planet. In addition to computing devices, the... Read More >

 
 

Is Your Organization Ready for BYOW?

The bring-your-own-wearable (BYOW) movement won’t be like the smartphone revolution. It will be much faster and much less gradual—and it will start this year. Read More >

 
 

Tech Wins a Key Position at the 2014 World Cup

The 2014 FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup may go down in history as the most tech-friendly one to date, according to a number of published reports. Matches are currently under way, wrapping up with the championship in Brazil on July 13, as a total of 32 teams qualified for the final tournament. Given all of the intense global excitement, demand will... Read More >

 
 

Crowdsourcing Gets Pedestrian

IT leaders should take a page from the crowdsourcing playbook—used by companies like AT&T and IBM—to spur new ideas and rapid innovation in many industries. Read More >

 
 
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