The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
The schism between Python 2.x and 3.x and other deficiencies frustrate its enthusiastic developer community
By Paul Krill | 25 March, 2013 10:17
In the third part of a three-part series, we look at two organizations that have chosen WordPress as their content management system.
By Robert L. Mitchell | 27 February, 2013 12:34
In the second part of a three-part series, we look at two companies that have chosen Joomla as their content management system.
By Robert L. Mitchell | 19 February, 2013 11:47
In the first part of a three-part series, we look at two companies that have chosen Drupal as their content management system.
By Robert L. Mitchell | 13 February, 2013 12:36
By Paul Krill | 17 January, 2013 11:11
Sys admins are from Mars, developers are from Venus, and legal is from hell -- here's how to heal friction among IT factions
The Museum of Modern Art's CTO, Juan Montes, talks about art, IT and making the world-class museum more participatory.
Google last week announced its Nexus 7 tablet for US$199, but that isn't the only tablet available at that price. Amazon, Lenovo, Research In Motion and Barnes & Noble also offer $US199 tablets.
Acer's Iconia Tab A700 tablet offers a bright 10.1-in. display and fast performance; it is definitely one to consider.
It's easy to switch to iOS or even Android, no matter what type of company you are
Google+ is hitting a major milestone this week. Google's fledgling social networking has hit its first birthday.
With its new Google Now smart assistant, Google hopes to take search to another level -- and take on Apple's Siri.
When you're adopting cloud software, you need to think about features and functions, of course, as well as the costs involved. But process changes and user training can be even bigger factors. Insider (registration required)
What do you get when you get four of the biggest Cloud vendors in a room to talk about one of the hottest emerging trends in the industry? Not a whole lot of agreement for one thing.
A Windows 8 tablet that's thin, light and easy on power consumption naturally invites comparisons with the iPad, so here goes.
As more and more companies use Hadoop to handle big data, anticipation for forthcoming Version 2.0 grows
During the Computerworld Honors event early this month, Jason Palmer had some straightforward advice for executives looking to derive more value from technology: Be a contrarian.
It looks like Microsoft plans to build and sell its own tablets, competing with its own partners. Great idea!
Nokia is betting on camera functionality, navigation technology and further price reductions for its Windows Phone-based products to turn the company around after a round of cost cuts. Breaking Apple's and Samsung's stranglehold on the smartphone market won't be easy, however.
An insurance company decided to roll out an application for its sales reps. The new app would give them a wider selection of products to offer customers when out in the field. Information on those products was stored in a legacy mainframe system, so the company created a Web interface that let reps query the database to get details on offerings.