Government Article Archive:
Chinese vendor Huawei has claimed that the swathe of tech patents it filed in Europe proves its commitment to doing business in the region.
From the classroom to the board room, these solutions claim to help us stay connected to the information and human resources we need every day.
Networking vendor A10 Networks intends to plough some of the proceeds of its planned $100 million initial public offering (IPO) into bolstering its channel.
Health IT partners need to add a new punchlist item to their electronic health record training and support regimens: how to properly use cut-and-paste.
Significant growth is not forecast until next year, but Forrester analysts are still hopeful for 2014.
A ruling in a public-sector services contract dispute between HP and the state of South Carolina later this month could cost HP upwards of $275 million, the vendor warned investors this week.
How could an online health insurance exchange that had worked so well and become a national model be ruined so completely? For Massachusetts, the answer lies with the service provider.
Federal government officials on Tuesday announced a change in leadership for the much-maligned HealthCare.gov project, naming former Microsoft executive Kurt DelBene as a senior advisor to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
The Fair Labor Association concludes Apple’s Chinese suppliers have improved working conditions, but its staff still work too many hours.
Microsoft, Apple, AOL, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo and LinkedIn team up to urge the U.S. government to reform its practices.