Author: WTN News

The old ways are gone forever -- CIOs must adapt to a new environment fully engaged with operations, customers, and revenue generation. The global recession that's crushing weak companies and challenging great ones has trashed -- permanently -- the traditional role of the CIO and the...

Google is in "late stage" talks to acquire microblogging service Twitter, according to a report on Thursday on TechCrunch citing two unnamed sources. All Things Digital's Kara Swisher, however, on Friday said the report isn't true, also citing unnamed sources and saying the companies have only...

Apparently, Sun has agreed to accept a lower price in return for stronger commitments from IBM that it will complete the deal even if it faces intense regulatory scrutiny, the Wall Street Journal quoted inside sources as saying. IBM is apparently closer to closing a deal...

Shifts the popular suite to extended support plan on April 14 Microsoft Corp. has announced that it will drop mainstream support for Office 2003 on April 14, the same day it starts to retire Windows XP. Office 2003, which was last updated in September 2007 with Service...

Each season brings a slew of interesting books. This spring is no different. Works from consultants, academics and business leaders dominate the top offerings, covering topics like IT leadership, collaboration, IT careers, customer strategy and innovation. Titles explore topics including the repercussions of toxic personalities...

The Washington Post reported that key lawmakers this week pushed for legislation that would, for the first time, give teeth to security standards for private industry against cyberattacks. Proposals set to be introduced in the Senate on Wednesday, would give the government power to...