Chrome

Google Chrome is a Web browser released by Google, using the WebKit layout engine and application framework. It was first released as a beta version for Microsoft Windows on September 2, 2008, and the public stable release was on December 11, 2008. Google released the entire source code of Chrome, including its bespoke V8 JavaScript engine as an open source project in a move to enable third-party developers to study the underlying source code and potentially port the browser to the Linux and Mac OS X platforms.


Articles

Why Gamification Matters

Gamification is an upside-down, inside-out concept for many business and IT leaders, but it is quickly becoming a mainstream activity in the enterprise. More >

SDN, Cloud Computing Acceptance Among Top Interop Trends

NEWS ANALYSIS: IT vendors are rushing to swear fealty to software-defined networking while enterprises are seriously considering moving data center resources to the cloud. More >

Coping With a Cloud Outage

Cloud computing presents enormous opportunities for the enterprise, but it's critical to proactively prepare for cloud outages as well as outright provider failures. More >

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Interviews

Guiding the Next Generation of Women in STEM

Karen Purcell’s non-profit, STEMspire, seeks to inform and support young women in pursuing their strengths and interests, as well as to help parents and educators play positive roles. But much work must still be done.

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XOEye Technologies Taking Wearables Beyond the Device

Wearable devices and applications developed specifically for the enterprise have potential for profound changes in the workplace and work itself.

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Employee Stacking Treats a Symptom, Not the Cause, of Useless Performance Reviews

Microsoft is moving away from employee stacking, while Yahoo is adopting it. The flawed system makes it hard for managers and employees to get full value out of the review process.

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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

A Guide to Switching Development Teams in the Midst of a Project

Security Staffing

By paying attention to documentation, contract formation, third-party relationship, collaboration tools and takeover expectations, businesses can alleviate the pain and loss of resources associated with changing development teams in the middle of a project.

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Android Fragmentation and Security

Liquid Cooling Edges Closer to Commercial Reality

How IBM Made Power Relevant Again and Surprised Intel

 

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