IT

After graduating in 2007 from Loyola Marymount University, Rachel Jones was laid off from two jobs consecutively in her chosen field, public relations. In the grueling nine-month job search that ensued, she sent her résumé to more than 130 employers, initially applying for just about...

How enterprise software giants separate you from more of your company's money? Here's how the software business really works: A software company charges your firm an enormous upfront licensing fee and locks you into escalating costs for decades to come, often using a set of...

The federal government can use IT to help lower the cost and improve the quality of healthcare in the United States, federal CTO Aneesh Chopra said Wednesday. Efficiencies and cost savings will come from investments made in health IT product innovation, funding of data infrastructure used...

To cope with this increasing workload at a time of shrinking budgets, legal departments are doing what other areas like sales, finance and human resources did long ago: namely, leveraging technology. Previously they may have relied on service providers offering expensive white-glove service, now they...

The CIA’s interest in social networking is due to the abundant supply of what they call open source intelligence. Could their definition of open source be the same as ours? Let’s find out. Wikipedia describes open source intelligence (OSINT) as: “OSINT is a form of intelligence...