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Meet Cobol's Hard Core Fans

These folks won't migrate. The reason probably isn't what you're thinking.

Ballmer Quits Microsoft Board, Cites NBA Commitments

'What was he going to do on the board ... defend his old strategy?' asks analyst


Sprint Plans Price Cuts and Layoffs, New CEO Tells Workers

Sprint confirms it will offer 'best value in the market,' while T-Mobile CEO revs up the attack tweets

Gates Cashes Out Another 20M Microsoft Shares for $882M

Holdings drop under 300-million-share mark for the first time as sales plan continues

Web acceleration protocol nears completion

The HTTP/2 protocol will speed Web delivery, though also may put more strain on Web servers as a result

CISOs Still Struggle For Respect From Peers

Despite greater security awareness, most C-suite executives continue to undervalue CISOs, survey shows.

Does the Connected Workforce Breach Employee Privacy?

Wearables will make it infinitely easier for companies to track employees. But without transparency, that will foster suspicion.

The Data Dangers of Free Public Wi-Fi

New York's plan to turn pay phones into free Wi-Fi stations could be a template for other cities, and bad news for IT departments trying to protect corporate data and intellectual property

The Apple/IBM Deal: iOS Claims the IoT

The partnership announced last week isn't just about selling more iPhones. It's part of a big push into the Internet of Things.

'Nadella Effect' Makes Ballmer $2.8B Richer

And since Thursday's downsizing, CEO Satya Nadella has an extra $1.3M in his portfolio

Big Changes and Possible Cuts Prompt Microsoft to Publicly Air Nadella Memo

Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella distributed his Thursday memo beyond the halls of his company to signal to everyone -- employees, investors, customers and the press -- that big changes, likely including staffing cuts, are in the...

Bankers Beware: Technology is Going to Get You (and None of Us Will Care)

Technology is about to take a big slice of the traditional banking business. Bankers have been slow to see what's coming, but they're starting to realize what's at stake.

Facebook: We Can't and Won't Control Emotions

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg takes on controversy, regrets bad communications.

How a Private Dell Works with Customers, and Sees its Rivals

Dell isn't in search of dramatic innovation, and therein lies the risk for the new version of the company.

Facebook Emotional Manipulation Test Turns Users Into 'Lab Rats'

Users and analysts were in an uproar over news that Facebook manipulated users' News Feeds to conduct a week-long psychological study that affected about 700,000 people.

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