It’s surprisingly easy to spend way more than you expected on cloud services. But with a careful reading of your bill and a willingness to change things up, you can keep the expense under control.
The Supreme Court’s decision to allow users to sue Apple for running its iOS App Store as an alleged monopoly could discourage others from building such platforms in the future, tech associations warn.
IT needs often fall to the wayside, resulting in outdated processes and solutions. Also: Ask members about their email preferences.
In the past half-decade, efforts to bring alternatives to the traditional password approach have picked up steam—thanks in no small part to the FIDO Alliance, which is playing the long game.
While more than half of chief technology officers surveyed by Korn Ferry expressed chief executive ambitions, most believed the role wouldn't be the next step in their careers.
The technology trade group, working from the wish lists of employers and industry pros, is hoping to bring certifications to areas such as data visualization and the programming language Python.
A controversial copyright directive passed by the European Union is more likely to complicate global copyright law than force associations to police copyright themselves, a legal expert on intellectual property issues suggests.
After a major bug left users of the Firefox browser without their add-ons over the weekend, the social media accounts of its parent company, Mozilla, kicked into gear. Your IT team should take notes.
In honor of World Password Day, change the behaviors that leave you vulnerable to a data breach. Also: how to de-stress during meeting planning.
The organization behind the popular licensing standard has launched a new search engine that aims to make it easier for creators to find works that can easily be reused and remixed online.