Software

Roasting coffee is complicated. Subtle changes in timing and temperature can noticeably affect the flavor of your coffee, and getting things right often requires meticulous tweaks to your roaster settings—or hands-on attention to the roast itself. But a company called Behmor wants to simplify this painstaking...

When bankers of the future decide whether to make a loan, they may look to see if potential customers use only capital letters when filling out forms, or at the amount of time they spend online reading terms and conditions — and not so much...

With Apple and Google pushing products into the enterprise, businesses need to rethink how they invest in new technology. Tech companies that made their fortunes in the consumer market have shifted their focus to what was once considered an archaic target -- the enterprise. This shift means...

In the daily quest to get things done faster and better, one thing often gets lost in the shuffle: the user experience. Unfortunately, many CIOs and other executive haven't received this memo. The end result? Products, services and functionality that either don't work or consistently...

The word audacity comes to mind when I think of the fine line brand leaders must walk. Audacious actions can mean bold and courageous, which will build brand awareness and positive feelings. Audacious can also refer to impudent or cheeky, detracting from the brand’s image....

Cloud computing adoption strategies are wildly diverse. The public cloud, hybrid clouds and private clouds dot the landscape of IT based solutions. Best practices and commonalities about adoption are hard to find. We asked Daryl Plummer, vice president and Gartner Fellow, about the state of...

Regardless of how you view "digital disruption" -- angst-inducing threat or energizing opportunity -- it's no longer a theoretical proposition. Digital innovations are now shaking up every industry -- the result of a confluence of three main trends. The first is a technological one....