• April 22, 2016 22 Apr'16

    Intel's job cuts: The 'PC is dead' or PC evolution?

    Intel sheds 12,000 jobs in its shift away from PCs. The PC is dead -- or is it? Also in Searchlight: Google faces more antitrust charges; Viber encrypts all its messages.

  • April 15, 2016 15 Apr'16

    Facebook's new 'chatbots'; the art of innovation

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants consumers to think of businesses as their friend. Sounds like a stretch? With the company's new "chatbots," it could soon be a reality. Facebook opened up its ...

  • April 15, 2016 15 Apr'16

    Facebook's chatbots pave way for centralized mobile platform

    Facebook's chatbots aim to change the mobile experience. What are the implications for IT execs? Also in Searchlight: Microsoft sues feds over consumer rights; Box expands global reach.

  • April 15, 2016 15 Apr'16

    Guy Kawasaki on the art of innovation: Ten steps

    As the former 'chief evangelist' at Apple, Guy Kawasaki has had plenty of experience selling the next new thing. Here's his take on the art of innovation.

  • April 14, 2016 14 Apr'16

    Building a CIO-CFO partnership that pays dividends

    As companies continue to transform their businesses to meet an ever-changing digital economy, it's crucial to nurture strong CIO-CFO relationships.

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  • April 14, 2016 14 Apr'16

    A blockchain database takes a village

    Banks and other businesses are coming together to test blockchain database technology. New uses -- and standards for the industry -- could result.

  • April 14, 2016 14 Apr'16

    The 'touchability' factor: Why mobile performance should be priority No. 1

    Mobile performance is an element app dev teams often overlook in their race to get mobile apps and websites to market. That's a big mistake, says Forrester Research analyst Michael Facemire.

  • April 09, 2016 09 Apr'16

    Microsoft jumps on blockchain bandwagon; Instagram roundup of Fusion symposium

    Blockchain, the distributed-ledger technology the cryptocurrency bitcoin is based on, is garnering a lot of attention. Although it isn't mainstream yet, that could change after this week's ...

  • April 08, 2016 08 Apr'16

    Hip to be square: Microsoft gets in early on blockchain technology

    The tech giant announces a partnership with big banks to develop blockchain technology. Also in Searchlight: IT spending expected to slide; Trump hotels get hacked -- again.

  • April 06, 2016 06 Apr'16

    Malware intrusions at hospitals: Why so many?

    The recent spate of malware intrusions isn't a fluke, says Chris Ensey. The Dunbar Security Solutions COO says healthcare institutions have some work to do.

  • April 06, 2016 06 Apr'16

    Instagram roundup: Disruptive business models, digital investments

    2016 Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium caught on Instagram: Follow along as senior news writer Nicole Laskowski chronicles sessions on disruptive business models and digital investments.

  • April 01, 2016 01 Apr'16

    The 'cognitive enterprise' at Fusion 2016; what happens after Apple-FBI case

    This week, our reporters flew to Madison, Wis. to get the latest scoop at this year's Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium, which this year focused on delivering customer experience through disruptive business ...

  • March 31, 2016 31 Mar'16

    Apple fight gives customers sway in privacy debate

    The FBI-Apple fight has pushed encryption and data privacy into the mainstream. People know more about the issues now, so the privacy debate could heat up.

  • March 31, 2016 31 Mar'16

    The on-demand economy and the future of work: Buckle up

    When companies get serious about understanding what it costs to get work done employment will change dramatically. Who's ready for the on-demand economy?

  • March 31, 2016 31 Mar'16

    Data privacy issues loom as FBI-Apple fight ebbs

    The data privacy issues kicked up by the FBI's now-dropped legal battle against Apple are enormous – and will likely be in the public eye for years to come.