IT Spending to Reach $3.8 Trillion Next Year, as Billions of Things Get Connected

Lots of big numbers to consider.

U.S. Government Blew $321 Million on Redundant IT Programs

Not exactly an efficient use of resources.

Tech Spending Will Reach $3.7 Trillion in 2013, Gartner Predicts

Good news, bad news, who knows?

Gartner Raises 2013 IT Spending Forecasts to $3.8 Trillion

$100 billion here, $100 billion there …

How Big Data and Cloud Computing Are Pushing Networks to the Brink

A survey by Juniper Networks finds that a majority of senior IT executives say their networks aren’t up to the tasks that are being demanded of them.

Samsung Makes Galaxy S III and Other Android Devices Enterprise-Ready

Samsung gives corporate IT managers controls that make them less nervous about a BYOD world.

Dell Offers a Dividend, Giving Its Shares a Rare Reason to Rally

After two earnings misses in a row, shareholders finally get something to cheer.


Canada’s CGI to Buy IT Rival Logica for $2.6 Billion

CGI Group Inc., a Canadian provider of information-technology services, agreed on Thursday to buy embattled Anglo-Dutch rival Logica PLC for £1.7 billion ($2.6 billion), as CGI seeks to expand its global footprint.


U.S. Targets Tech’s Role in Oppression

President Barack Obama has signed an executive order targeting people and companies facilitating human-rights abuses with technology, part of a broader push by the White House to combat mass atrocities at a time of heightened concern over civilian massacres in places like Syria.

IT Spending This Year? Almost Four Triiilllion Dollars.

Gartner says growth is looking good this year overall; just watch out for that currency effect.