As the Internet of Things takes hold, an expected explosion of RFID tags will improve the customer experience and help companies streamline operations.
Increasingly, businesses are deciding whether to host their entire infrastructure or to host none of it. Both can be the right answer.
The Tour has taken a deliberate approach to moving off its on-premises email system, and is gaining productivity tools for its users in the process.
The line is blurring further between customers’ physical and digital interactions with the stores they visit.
Being small — even medium-sized — pays dividends when it comes to developing technology designed to improve customer service.
As more companies embrace the agile approach that weaves IT development with operations, they must also figure out how to gauge their performance.
The anticipation of billions of IoT devices is spurring fresh developments in thin-film battery technology.
Pastor Mike Morris taps his tech background to serve his flock, and shows that there is much in common between running a nonprofit organization and a small business.
Great processing power, built-in protection and handy tools for sharing make the Surface Pro 4 ready for professional users.
With a big screen and brawny processor, this pro version of the Apple iPad aims squarely at the mobile workforce.
The swarm of devices heading toward offices increases your threat vector, but here’s how to keep workers and data safe.
With SQL Server 2005 support discontinued, here’s a clear strategy for making a smooth transition to a newer SQL version.
As SMBs move to the cloud, they will expand use of apps that let their workers easily collaborate.
A look at next-generation leaders reveals their agile approach to setting business models.
The next stage of cloud begins when you stop talking about it and start using it.