Digital Aisle, DNA Networks and Titan Worldwide are revolutionizing the advertising industry with interior and exterior digital ads.
Through rapidly evolving digital pathology, seriously ill individuals are being diagnosed within hours — and sometimes minutes.
Techies from green technology startups reveal the consumption-minded measures the companies take internally.
Boston-area green startup Konarka Technologies has developed a plastic material that absorbs either natural or artificial light to generate electric power.
BizTech spotlights three green startups with the technology, innovation and drive to change the way utilities, consumers, automakers and notebook owners think about energy.
Five IT chiefs offer smart tips for keeping technology costs down and alignment with business goals up in a tight economy.
Going green is easier said than done, but a few small process tweaks can reduce overall power consumption in your data center.
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Follow these four steps to properly calibrate your notebook battery and get more juice from a single charge.
Blade servers let growing businesses micromanage their IT deployments and also drive down costs by reducing power consumption.
Research In Motion's latest 3G device, the BlackBerry Bold, is chock-full of various design, performance and productivity improvements.
It's not easy to stand out among business-class notebooks, but the new Hewlett-Packard EliteBook 6930p distinguishes itself with "business-rugged" features.
While many products offer antivirus and firewall protection, Symantec Endpoint Security goes a step further and includes antispyware, intrusion prevention and device and application control.
With Fortinet's unified threat management device, one box rules all facets of a layered security approach.
If your company is looking for ways to save money and minimize its carbon footprint, consider the following seven tips for going green.
Moving created the perfect opportunity for a British Columbia consulting company to deploy a new IT infrastructure.
Webcasting is taking off, thanks to a timely combination of tightening travel budgets, the introduction of new user-friendly high-def video cameras and better content delivery tools.
If you're not deploying virtualization today, you might soon be tempted to -- in part because Microsoft is making it easy and free.
When circumstances dictate cutting costs, IT has a great opportunity to demonstrate its value by milking additional mileage from existing systems.
Adhere to the four commandments of security — deter, detect, delay and respond — with blended physical and technology security teams.
Don't let the inertia of day-to-day systems demands grind innovation by the IT team to a halt.
Massachusetts sets the benchmark on protecting personal information.