When it comes to solving pressing business problems, the conventional wisdom is that two heads are better than one. With the advent of collective-intelligence tools, enterprises are realizing that thousands of heads are even better still.
Stories by Linda Rosencrance
The US is lagging behind other industrialized nations in the availability and use of high-speed broadband connections, according to a report released by the US-based Communications Workers of America.
Google said it wants to do its part to control climate change and has decided to become carbon-neutral by the end of the year.
Emerging technologies, which can enable the creation of new products and services, can also disrupt existing markets and create new ones, according to participants in a panel discussion at the TIECon East 2007 conference in Boston, US
Most large companies haven't written green criteria into their companies' buying process, according to a report by US-based analyst firm Forrester Research.
Reliable, yet inflexible legacy systems were partly to blame for the glitch in US Airways Group's self-serve kiosk system> that led to long lines and delayed flights earlier this month, according to an e-mail sent to the airline's frequent fliers by a company executive.
Erie County has decided to take part in a program developed by IBM and the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) to detect Medicaid fraud using advanced mathematical algorithms developed by IBM researchers.