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IBM said its Strategic Imperatives—cloud, Watson and analytics, security, social and mobile technologies—drew $8 billion in Q3 of 2016, yet revenues were flat.
Improving diversity in the workforces of U.S. tech companies represents an economic opportunity of potentially $570 billion, according a joint report from Intel and strategy advisory firm Dalberg. On Oct. 6, The Anita Borg Institute (ABI), a nonprofit focused on the advancement of women in...
Every business needs IT help, but not all are big enough to have an in-house IT staff. We asked an IT contractor about the advice he gives and how to hire wisely.
As Apple's revenue-generating Services act as a counter-balance to its falling iPhone sales, it plans to bring together its Service teams at Infinite Loop, says a report.
Spiceworks, the professional network for the IT industry, has published its annual State of IT report, and once again, the findings have a mix of good and bad news for the industry. The survey results, which include responses from nearly 900 IT professionals around the globe, show that spending...
The Labor Dept. studied job candidates and hires for three listings and found the ratio of Asians to non-Asians that Palantir hired showed bias against Asian candidates.
The move will expand OpenText's information management capabilities while enable Dell to shed a profitable but non-essential business.
Digital Ocean, a popular cloud platform provider, debuts a program to give training, mentoring and infrastructure credits to startups.
The deal between Micro Focus and HPE Software will create a strong Agile and DevOps solution provider in the newly merged Micro Focus entity.
Apple CEO Tim Cook vehemently disagrees and says his company will appeal the EU's ruling. Analysts say the battle opens key taxation issues.