The pandemic has proven the value of tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams. There's more to come.
There was plenty of cool technology at Dell Technologies World, but what was most interesting was the company's engagement in pressing issues and its empathy.
Business processes remain focused on spreadsheets, so low-code options are sprouting up to make them easier to use and develop.
Everyone wins when a company is rated a great place to work - especially in a pandemic.
BlackBerry is uniquely positioned to protect end users in a remote work world.
HP's Omnicept could make VR a reality - and the timing couldn't be better.
With so many workers accessing SaaS applications remotely, cloud storage needs to become a unifying force.
In the rush to the cloud, vendors with the broadest SaaS portfolio could win out.
Intel's Evo Platform could shake up the PC industry and force the biggest names to join in the quality effort.
Remote workers, an economic downturn and the need for businesses to reinvent themselves are leading to massive changes in IT strategy and spending priorities.
For companies that are losing money because they didn't have an adequate digital strategy before the pandemic hit, no code and low-code tools could be a life-saver.
The rapid growth of video conferencing means a need for better graphics - and chip makers are stepping up.
Cloud migration and operating costs can make the cloud more expensive than on-premises applications. One group has started an effort to change that.
Could virtual events be more productive and cheaper than in-person ones? The Democratic National Convention holds some intriguing clues.