GPS

GPS, which standards for Global Positioning System, are devices that work with a fleet of medium earth orbiting satellites (MEOS). GPS systems can tell the receiver where it is to within a very small radius. This is done by calculating minute differences in the signals sent to it by the MEOS. GPS was initially developed by the military and can anchor an ever-expanding series of commercial and business location-based services applications.


Articles

Digital Fear and Loathing in the CIO Ranks

Most CIOs are not digitally prepared for the future, and many of them plan to switch vendors in order to become a digital business, according to a new Gartner survey. More >

2010 Expected to Bring Careful Growth in IT Spending

Though there have been signs of life in IT markets, everyone's asking when enterprise spending will return-or if it will.   Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told an audience in South Korea that it More >

Big vs. Small BI: Which Set of Returns Is Right for Your Company?

The bad news about business intelligence: Intangible benefits will likely outweigh the tangible ones. The good news: BI's tangible benefits, such as the increased productivity gained by automating More >

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Interviews

TEM, Now More Than Ever

Carl Weinschenk spoke to Joe Basili, managing director of the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association. The group is holding one of three yearly meetings Nov. 2 in Boston.   The radical More >

Which Technologies Getting Most Investment Dollars?

Ann All spoke with John Longwell, vice president of research for Computer Economics, which just published its Technology Trends 2011/2012 study. In it, Computer Economics examined the maturity levels More >

The Hardcore Approach to Liquid Cooling

Arthur Cole spoke with Chad Attlesey, president and CTO of Hardcore Computer, about its new Liquid Blade solution.   The drive to lower data center operational costs has CIOs looking at not just More >

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

2014 Holiday Shopping Trends Revealed

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The holiday season is an important one for retailers, but as shoppers become more savvy, every detail retailers can glean about shopper behavior can contribute to the bottom line.

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Twitter Rethinks Authentication and Access

Women ‘Need to Be Willing to Try,’ Female Tech CEO Says

Canonical Upgrades Ubuntu Linux Distributions

SAP Collapses HANA Infrastructure Stack

 

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