Author: WTN News

The drive along the U.S. 36 corridor between Denver and Boulder offers stunning views of the mountains that make up Colorado's Front Range, as well as impressive perspectives on the state's economic growth. Technology companies in the life sciences, telecommunications, energy and aerospace have found a...

Compuware Corp. announced today that it plans to separate its mainframe support business into a separate company operating under the Compuware name. Chris O’Malley will be the president of the new company. The splitting off of the company from its parent corporation is pending the closing...

College students have a reputation for spending countless hours updating their Facebook status, tweeting with friends on Twitter and watching online videos. But University of Wisconsin-Madison students who work as consultants through TechShop, a student-based technology assistance program for Madison-area nonprofits, are finding a way to...

On Saturday, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency set out to learn how quickly people could use online social networks to solve a problem of national scope. The answer: 8 hours 56 minutes, at least when said problem involves $40,000 and a bunch of red balloons. Read...

Managing resources has been the core of IT for the past 40 years. IT management started by managing scarce technical skills transforming manual functions into automated processes. Resource management has evolved into demand management disciplines including program/project management; PMO, chargeback and IT service...

As a long-time IT journalist, I’ve heard over and over—and have come to believe—that IT drives innovation. It’s the IT systems, networks and data that create the foundation and build the bridges on which companies innovate, by enabling them to gather, process and leverage knowledge...

Sugar CRM is opening its platform for better third-party web integration with LinkedIn, Jigsaw and Hoovers.The service is part of a broad upgrade launched today that includes features similar to Salesforce.com's newest offerings. New features include social feeds that provide statuses, alerts and notifications similar to...

A big pile of city crime reports is not all that useful. But what if you could combine that data with information on bars, sidewalks and subway stations to find the safest route home after a night out? In Washington, a Web site called Stumble Safely...