It’s been called a technology so unique that it could disrupt our digital lives in ways not seen since the arrival of the internet. Supply chains. Banking. Contracts. Real estate investments. Food supplies. Even personal identities. All could see sweeping changes in the years ahead – if companies move smartly and don’t expect blockchain to do things it can’t (or
It’s hard out there on the front lines of IT. And it can help to share just how tough it can be, what with witless users, demanding bosses, wasteful projects and technology that never stands still. That’s why Computerworld‘s Shark Tank is one of our most popular features — because it’s the one place those who know IT can share
In this modern-day mobile world in which we work, IT admins often find themselves facing a bewildering number of challenges brought on by the surge of mobile devices in the office and the consumerization of IT. One answer to managing all of those corporate devices: Microsoft Intune. In partnership with PluralSight, Computerworld is offering a free course, “Managing PCs and
Tech gear is a perennially popular holiday gift. If you’re the proud owner of a new phone, tablet, computer or other device — or you provide tech support for family and friends with new devices — we’re here to help. Check out and share these stories, which can help you get the most out of a new Android or iOS
What do IT workers want? Fair paychecks, challenging work and ample opportunities for growth, for starters. Our annual listing showcases the organizations that excel at keeping their employees engaged and loyal with compensation, training and access to hot technologies. The report is published every June. We are now accepting nominations for the 2019 Best Places to Work in IT list.