The CSO Hall of Fame inductee stresses the importance of having a roadmap that allows CISOs to anticipate what’s coming and pivot quickly.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Enterprises accelerated deployments to fill a sudden void. Ensuring network availability, scalability and security requires long-term thinking.
Amazon Web Services, a major cloud hosting service, has suffered a system failure that has been affecting web sites and apps.
A robotics team from West Virginia won $100,000 in this year's NASA Sample Return Robot Challenge, held this week at WPI in Worcester, Mass.
Computerworld.com's Sharon Gaudin and JR Raphael present photos and video clips from this week's Google I/O event in San Francisco.
The eighth person hired at Google, and its first vice president of engineering, talked today about how the world's largest Internet company nearly failed.
According to Facebook, the company hasn't just changed the face of social networking - it's also boosted the global economy and put millions of people to work.
By 2030, when the U.S. government or a company wants a new satellite in orbit, a robotic spider might build it in space.
The CEO of one of the biggest and arguably the best-known robotics companies in the world is disappointed at the progress being made in the industry, which he says is nowhere near where he thought it would be today.
NASA's latest spacecraft sent to study the Martian atmosphere is already collecting data.
Teenage users have been drifting away from Facebook for the last few years, but now it seems they're in a mad rush to get off the world's largest social network.
Google dropped its Cloud computing prices and other vendors are expected to follow suit, but the lower pricing may not be the key lure for attracting enterprises to the cloud.
With more than 6500 cases of the Ebola virus in West Africa, 3000 deaths and now one confirmed case in the United States, scientists are trying to find a way to detect the deadly virus more quickly, cheaply and easily.
Reports are hitting that Google is just weeks away from launching a new streaming music service.
Google is looking to launch a fleet of high-altitude balloons that will circle the planet, providing Internet connectivity to remote areas -- and it plans to do so within a year.