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With Congress stymying the Startup Visa in 2011, the Obama administration has proposed a new pro-immigrant entrepreneur rule that is unbeholden to Congress.
Video software provider Panopto is prepping for major market competition with a $42.8 million round of funding, as more mainstream companies join the fray.
Cheap rents and sources of investment see modest increase in number of digital tech firms in Wales.
The media's displays of misogyny during the Rio Games highlights a business challenge that SAP says technology can help humans to address.
Getting employees to use enterprise software—and not shadow IT—has been a constant uphill battle for CIOs and IT departments. Why? Because enterprise software can be complex, difficult to use and difficult to access and, quite simply, it offers a poor user experience. The introduction of software-as-a-service...
The business and IT sides of any company haven't always been on the same page. Often, the IT side has wanted to move forward on a project only to discover that it doesn't have buy-in from corporate business decision-makers. IT leaders also might find the business side more interested in new,...
A release of a preview version of Microsoft’s Upgrade Analytics service; AT&T CEO's call for a concerted effort to stop robocalls; new graphics technologies from Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices.
Unisys reported its second-quarter results, showing a revenue increase in its technology segment of nearly 31 percent and an increase in profit margin.
DAILY VIDEO: Latest iPhone 7 rumor suggests a new, larger model is possible; Samsung confirms fix for leaky Galaxy S7 Active smartphones; Uber flaw discovery shows why bug bounty programs are important; and there's more.
New standard combines three key metrics—PUE ratio, IT Thermal Conformance and IT Thermal Resilience—to supply needed real-time visibility into data centers.