The $24 billion office-supply company is relying on its new Velocity Lab to develop innovative retail technologies.
Stories by Lauren Brousell
The decline in the percentage of university CIOs who are women may be reversed as more male CIOs retire, a new study says.
The New England Patriots hope Wi-Fi and exclusive content will lure fans from the comfy couch to chilly Gillette Stadium
This location-based mobile service lets marketers send messages to smartphone users when they enter a defined geographic area, such as a shopping mall.
As 30-somethings go back to college to earn a first or a new degree, they sometimes need a bit of a confidence boost to re-engage with learning. At Kaplan University, students are rewarded with badges and higher rankings on leaderboards as they master skills and accomplish goals.
The retailer is using Microsoft PixelSense, Kinect and a new mobile app to create an interactive experience while making stuffed animals
The term 'gamification' may be new, but the concept has been around for some time - just think credit card rewards programs. Despite the buzz and proven results, many companies are still not sure about using gamification. Here are five key reasons why your business should be gamifying.
A study by PricewaterhouseCoopers says companies earn a higher 'digital IQ'-and higher profits-if the CIO and other top business execs have a collaborative relationship
Have a big presentation to the board on the horizon? Here's advice to ensure you come off as confident, well-spoken and well-prepared.
IT departments can keep employees from using malware-infested mobile apps by creating an internal store of company-approved apps. The store can also collect feedback from users about their preferences.
An executive adviser urges CIOs not to be passive in developing a relationship with the new CEO. Speak up about opportunities for business growth and communicate the business impact of the IT function.
Dallas-Fort Worth airport's smartphone app makes it easier for customers to find their gate, food and a parking place
The health club chain deploys customer-friendly technologies to change an intimidating culture and save a failing business model.
Businesses are moving fast to address the demand for both employee- and customer-facing mobile apps. However, there is a danger in rushing. Here are five ways to avoid pushing out a mobile app too soon.
An IDG Enterprise study finds that most IT departments are centralized, but the federated model is gaining momentum as CIOs reorient their staffs to focus on business needs