Although the U.S. government is spending more than $81 billion on IT, only about a quarter of that money is spent on new systems.
Stories by Patrick Thibodeau
Google, in a new federal court filing, is rebutting claims of age discrimination and its handling of two older job applicants who were rejected for jobs.
A Computer Sciences Corp. spokesman, however, says the 500 layoffs are due to "the normal course of business and are unrelated to the proposed merger."
Microsoft is creating some 3.2 million square feet of data center space in the West Des Moines, Iowa, area but in three separate locations. The combined investment is about $3.5 billion.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday officially put the FBI in charge of cyberattack responses.
There's a motion to turn an existing lawsuit into a class action. People who interviewed in person for certain types of engineering jobs, were over the age of 40 at the time and were rejected could be eligible to join.
In recent years, power usage at data centers grew at an unsustainable rate, soaring 24% from 2005 to 2010. But a shift to virtualization, cloud computing and improved data center management is reducing energy demand.
The U.S. government is collecting data about tech device use in America and analyzing it -- and the data offers interesting insights about technology use in the 21st century.
MassMutual employees say they are training overseas workers via Web conferencing sessions.
Two IT staff members who raised concerns about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server were told not speak of it, according to the Inspector General's report released today.
Still, some corporate leaders are urging Congress to make computer science training a national priority.
If you've ever dropped, kicked or spilled coffee on your laptop -- or have wanted to -- this might be the one for you.
Two young architects have designed a data center that challenges how the structures are built. Instead of constructing a flat, sprawling complex, they are proposing a data center that reaches skyscraper heights.
Acer this week announced a new Chromebook that shows just how much better these machines are getting.
Law firms and other professional services providers, such as financial investment advisors, are seen to be at high risk.