Michael Brown becomes third Symantec CEO fired in four years

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Facebook reports that it’s killing it with revenue, users and mobile

Samsung explains why it’s all in on VR

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My year with the Apple Watch: Good-looking tech, still flawed

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Microsoft is making big data really small using DNA

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Philips Hue smart lighting gets a new app with more features

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12 reasons I still wear my Apple Watch every day

After 12 months and 1 day, my Apple Watch is still a constant companion, keeping me on time, on track, and more aware ...

Why enterprise developers could save Windows 10 Mobile

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You’ve been hit with ransomware. Now what?

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Intel's laying off 12,000 people: Five hurdles Intel faces in the near future

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Cybercriminals getting smarter, Indian organizations need to brace themselves for repeated attacks

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You have the power. Should you use it?

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Should hospitals pay up when it comes to ransomware?

Has the recent wave of ransomware attacks aimed at hospitals been a wakeup call for the healthcare industry? Or is this latest security plague just part of the new normal?

The post-acquisition blues

The company calls in our manager to take a look around at a small software company it’s acquiring — after the deal has been signed

How Snapchat paves the way for future of location marketing

Snapchat has made location a standout feature of its social network. The company's geofilters and live stories curated for specific locations demonstrate the importance of place ...

CIO banks on bots to bolster customer experience

USAA, the financial services firm for military veterans, will create messaging bots to automate financial services for its 11.4 million customers.

Mapping the major M&As of the video conferencing industry

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Pizza Hut turns to algorithms and GPS tracking to increase sales

Yup, it’s the 'Uber-ization' of pizza, as Pizza Hut joins the wave of chain restaurants embracing tech.

Greenply boosts field force productivity by deploying CRM on Mobile

Greenply industries implemented mobile CRM to increase the efficiency of its field force. The aim was to provide quick real time data to the back office.

3 misconceptions CIOs have about agile

Agile is making great headway in the enterprise, but some common misconceptions persist -- and what’s worse is they are held by IT leaders.

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Should hospitals pay up when it comes to ransomware?

Has the recent wave of ransomware attacks aimed at hospitals been a wakeup call for the healthcare industry? Or is this latest security plague just part of the new normal?

The post-acquisition blues

The company calls in our manager to take a look around at a small software company it’s acquiring — after the deal has been signed

What Apple's first down quarter in 13 years really means

All eyes are on Apple after the company suffered its first period of revenue decline since 2003. The next iPhone release will be a defining moment for the company, according to analysts.

CIO banks on bots to bolster customer experience

USAA, the financial services firm for military veterans, will create messaging bots to automate financial services for its 11.4 million customers.

Mapping the major M&As of the video conferencing industry

Mergers and acquisitions have a mixed track record of success in the video conferencing space. Some have catapulted the acquirer to unquestionable riches, some have been failures and a few have shaken the industry to the core.

Facebook in the zone: 5 things it’s doing right

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