Fair Labor Association finds better safety, more loos, but also overwork
'Violent event' to finally dethrone dead genius overlord Jobs
Google boss asks for public's help to cure condition
'IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO DO THE RIGHT THING, DELL BOARD'
Secret CIO Disrupting yourself is vastly preferable to having the industry disrupt you
Except Larry Ellison, of course
Longest handover in channel history as successor sought
We're in the driving seat and the only way is down
Hodge on Schmidt: Aiding the economy and paying corp tax is NOT an 'either/or'
Opinion One of the most persistent reasons quoted for software project failures is the gap between Business and IT – the lack of common understanding, clear communication and shared culture between those that commission solutions and those that design and deliver them. The discipline of Systems Thinking can narrow the gap by envisaging businesses as complex modular systems providing and consuming services – a universal model easily understood by both business experts and IT practitioners.
Opinion Apart from those who have a commercial vested interest does anyone still believe in large top-down centrally architected IT solutions? Public sector IT in the UK is littered with expensive white elephants, and it sometimes seems as if the only beneficiaries are the large IT contractors, who can threaten significant job losses or other problems if the government fails to continue the cycle of dependency.
Opinion Do you remember when computers were hard to use?
Infosec 2013 Poor security practices blamed, according to gov survey
Opinion And mind the gap...between business and IT
Offers Explorer users Chrome migration extension with long lists
6 in 10 suits would even pay for it
Opinion Doctors and architects go white elephant hunting
And no, Tim Cook wasn't one of them – he earned a mere 3.2 'Ballmers'
The problem of defining solution availability in 2013
Reg hack takes a punt on tech at Hong Kong’s iconic racecourse
Comment State media: Apple 'greedy' and 'incomparably arrogant'
'To most potential employers, he'd just seem like a jerk in bad clothing.'
PC-led business as appealing as cold sick to Mickey D and the gang
It says here on your CV....
Reg readers often show little love for analysts, labelling them over-priced prognosticators with tenuous ties to reality.
Business PC refresh cycles are set to stretch even further, according to IDC analysis - heaping more strain on vendors and channel partners.
The UK government has launched a scheme designed to promote greater information sharing on cyber threats between businesses and government.
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