A maker of high-end design software accidentally discovers a consumer hit.
How Xerox and other big corporations are harnessing the force of disruptive innovation.
As cloud computing spreads data around the globe, a haze of legal and privacy questions follows.
An authority on Web security believes your data might be safer in the cloud.
Cloud computing is redefining the way companies send e-mail, store data, and allocate IT budgets.
Cloud hardware could get cheaper because of the social network's self-interested altruism.
Medicine today is a sea of paper and fax machines, privacy barriers, and unconnected data. The public is ready for a better system.
The profusion of mobile devices is driving advances in cloud-based productivity apps built for the small screen.
The Xerox CTO describes research that allows manufacturing and office workers to avoid commuting to traffic-choked Indian cities.
By designing new spaces around tablets, smart phones, and social technologies, companies can operate with far fewer desks.