Industry

Industry | News, how-tos, features, reviews, and videos

team collaboration support challenge leadership

6 virtual collaboration solutions for remote teams

These tools should help remote teams collaborate more successfully, and help managers feel confidence in supporting employee autonomy in the new hybrid workplace.

green it tech

Dell’s sustainability program envisions a better future

When it comes to sustainability and technology, there's a lot of energy coming from Dell.

Neighborhoods, phone booths, and huddle rooms: Meet the office of the future

An increasingly nomadic workforce will demand different workspace accommodations. Here's how the trends are shaping up.

iPod original songs

11 business lessons from iPod father Tony Fadell

'If you’re not failing, you’re not trying hard enough…,' he says. 'You’re not going to innovate and you’re not going to keep your company fresh.'

Clock and calendar. [time / past / future / history / what's next]

California legislators put four-day workweek proposal on hold

Plans to reduce the standard workweek from 40 to 32 hours at larger firms have been shelved for now, but the bill could return.

Welcome to the new world of business travel

While business travel is coming back, everything’s changed. Here’s what to expect.

AR/augmented reality - VR/virtual reality - enterprise mobile - smart glasses

Google acquires Raxium in augmented reality push

Google is pushing forward with its AR ambitions by acquiring the microLED startup Raxium for an undisclosed amount.

A miserable, stressed laptop user holds her head in her hands.

The Great Resignation puts pressure on those who stay behind

A recent survey of 5,000 office workers found that the recent spate of mass resignations has left colleagues dealing with increasingly unfavorable working conditions.

Mosyle

Mosyle introduces new MDM services for Apple enterprise

Investors continue to bet millions on the growing strength of the Apple ecosystem in enterprise IT. Mosyle has raised around $200 million in funding to date.

Binary flag of the European Union showing a ripple effect.

Google responds to EU data rulings with new Workspace controls

Google is boosting its data protection controls for European Workspace users.

crowd protest

Tech firms face unionization push, as Amazon and Apple workers organize

The recent push for unionization at tech firms and retailers like Amazon that heavily rely on technology could put the companies in a bind if they push back too hard.

apple card pay

EU accuses Apple of market abuse with NFC and Apple Pay

European Union antitrust regulators say Apple's refusal to allow third-party payment services access to the NFC chip is an abuse of the company's market power.

A woman takes notes while using a laptop in a shared space.

Google offers US businesses $100,000 worth of digital skills training

Eligible companies can apply for up to 500 free scholarships to help digitally upskill their employees.

uem vendors 2022 cw primary

Enterprise mobility 2022: UEM adds user experience, AI, automation

As unified endpoint management platforms mature, vendors are expanding feature sets, embracing ‘modern management,’ and blurring the line between endpoint management and security.

Various Windows 11 laptops

Want a good Windows experience? Focus first on hardware

There are a variety of versions of Windows 10 and 11 available, and picking the right one depends on your security needs. But first, don’t skimp on hardware.

Hacking stealing password data

Expect to see more online data scraping, thanks to a misinterpreted court ruling

In a case involving LinkedIn, a US appellate court has come to an obvious conclusion: scraping publicly-visible online data and content doesn't violate The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. What does it mean? That's where things get...

Russian sanctions ukraine war

Russia is losing the cyberwar against Ukraine, too

Not only has Russia seen setbacks on the battlefield in Ukraine, it's not faring well in the less-obvious cyberwar either. One reason: Russia's ally Belarus was still using Windows XP to keep the trains running on time.

Android Enterprise Recommended

Google's business-friendly Android phone list has a big problem

The Android Enterprise Recommended program makes some lofty promises, but a Computerworld investigation revealed it isn't all it's cracked up to be.

home feed and meeting gems panel

Otter.ai argues remote meetings can be more productive than in-person

Otter.ai has been updated for iOS, introducing new tools that help it become a collaboration productivity hub. I talked to company CEO Sam Liang, who told me a little about his vision for the future of work.

It’s time to imagine the new workplace

People are ready to go back to the office, but is the office ready for them? Experts weigh in on how they believe a global health crisis will transform how we work.

Load More