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News Scan: IBM and Box form new cloud services partnership; NSF grant aimed at reforming computer science programs; More

The top news stories for June 24, 2015.

News Scan: Microsoft lays off 'hundreds' in IT; Industry cloud services gaining favor; More

The top news stories for April 6, 2015.

News Scan: Best security defense found in the basics; Merits and misgivings of remote IT workers; More

The top news stories for Jan. 6, 2015.

Employees in highly regulated banking world can work anywhere with Accellion

Once Needham Bank gave employees access to corporate email on iPhones and iPads, the company knew that workers would soon be clamoring to do more work from the devices, said James Gordon, senior vice president of information technology at Needham Bank. Enter Accellion: a mobile content platform that allows Needham Bank to securely send files within and outside of the company.

News Scan: Business spending to grab 50% of new IT projects; IT job candidates have high percentage of inaccurate filings; more

The top news stories for Oct. 27, 2014

News Scan: Business, IT execs fear the pace of technology advances; Flexible schedules now the benefit most wanted in IT; More

The top news stories for Sept. 11, 2014.

State and local governments upping mobility pace, but still have far to go

State and local governments are working to accelerate mobile readiness, but none are at full speed yet, a new study reveals.

News Scan: Former IT security pros seen as significant security risk; Senators Moran, Udall to share legislative tech honors; more

The top news stories for June 4, 2014.

IT often seen as barrier to successful telecommuting programs

American workers love telecommuting options, but a majority of employers make that work arrangement a difficult proposition. In many cases, employees say the IT department is most to blame for their challenges when working remotely.

An always-connected workforce? Absolutely, in moderation, say employees

Nearly 80 percent of U.S. employees are upbeat about using their personal computers and remote devices to stay connected to the workplace outside of normal business hours, according to a survey by Gallup. But like everything else in life, moderation is the key.