IT

Tech employers say good people are hard to find. Job hunters see a broken hiring process. Both sides need to shake their frustration and find new ways to connect....

For reasons that would take too long to explain I find myself in Durban, South Africa, this week at a gathering of 6,000 architects from around the world. I haven’t yet found one who likes Steve Jobs’ design for the new Apple headquarters — the...

With customer experience at the heart of many insurance companies’ technology investments and initiatives, it comes as no surprise that Doug Fick’s experience heading up CRM and e-business for The Principal(Des Moines, Iowa; $483.2 billion in assets under management) has led to a distinguished career...

China, which has dozens of official languages, is now mocking Americans for being impressed by knowledge of just one. "U.S. media wowed after Mark Zuckerberg conducts Tsinghua University Q&A in Chinese," reads a South Morning China Post headline about the Facebook CEO's Wednesday speaking...

Despite building its entire existence around real identities, social network giant Facebook today unveiled Rooms, its new anonymous app. The project was created by the Facebook Creative Labs team. In the new app, users can create individual chatrooms around various topics they’d like to discuss, customize...

Two years ago, a team of engineers and designers on Google’s Gmail team decided that Gmail wasn’t cutting it. Google’s signature email program first hit the Web in 2004. In its earliest days, it was a godsend to everyone who battled against a daily rush of...

Are you tired of reading about the CIO-CMO relationship? Bored of hearing about the alleged war between the two roles and of how the CMO is becoming more tech-savvy, spending more on technology, bypassing the CIO and marginalising the role of IT in the process? Gartner...

Many companies walk backward into digital in the sense that they are wrapping their existing processes and operations in a digital wet blanket. But doing old things with new technology doesn’t represent innovation. Upgrading the past with plans to replace it in the near future...