Jason Snyder

Senior Editor

Jason Snyder is a senior editor at CIO, where he manages features.


The top 100 IT projects of 2009

2009 InfoWorld 100 Awards: IT remains the lifeblood of forward-thinking organizations, as this year's recipients of InfoWorld's highest honor attest

The future of open source

11 leaders outline the challenges and opportunities ahead

2008 InfoWorld 100 Awards

This year's recipients of InfoWorld's highest honor are shining examples of IT projects undertaken by tech leaders committed to pushing their organizations forward

Microsoft's Future No. 4: The "Oort services" scenario

A near-death experience lets Microsoft embrace the cloud and again become a favorite of customers worldwide

BT Group retrofits to reduce carbon footprint

2008 Green 15: Breathing fresh air into legacy datacenters, British telecom cuts energy use while turning up the heat on outdated standards

BT Group retrofits to reduce carbon footprint

2008 Green 15: Breathing fresh air into legacy datacenters, British telecom cuts energy use while turning up the heat on outdated standards

Google launches app-hosting service

Google tonight stepped into the burgeoning cloud computing game, launching Google App Engine, a Web services initiative that allows developers to host applications on Google's infrastructure.Available free to the first 10,000...

Darts into data: Leveraging random action to competitive advantage

Ever get the feeling upper management is playing darts with the company's strategic direction? Well, thanks to new research from an IBM IT specialist and a 10th grader, you will soon have the technology to incorporate scatter-shot...

Apple reveals Mac OS XI specs

iTunes-based operating system puts users in control of CPU task playlists

OLPC offshoring trend heats up

Low overhead, fresh outlooks have IT work headed overseas -- and down the height stack

Study: Don't Know tops IT's to-do list

Nascent technology poised to take hold of enterprise, as CIOs gear up to champion Don't Know as an agent of change

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