Tata created the world's least expensive automobile. The only problem now is selling it.
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.
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.
An authority on Web security believes your data might be safer in the cloud.
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.