Robert L. MitchellNational Correspondent, Computerworld Follow me on Google+

Robert L. Mitchell writes in-depth technology features and a regular blog at Computerworld. He writes on a wide range of topics, including analytics, emerging technologies, green IT and data centers.

Where does Apple fit in the world of big business?

Apple's products have gained some traction in the enterprise realm, but even with its increased popularity it still has a long way to go.

When good browsers go bad—and they all do

Browsers, Web standards, and publishing tools have all gotten better. So why are Web pages still breaking? Computerworld's Robert L. Mitchell looks at why Web pages stray from WC3 standards.

Skype slips into business

The Voice Over IP (VOIP) software Skype is earning a place on the desktops of many businesses looking for creative ways to reduce the cost of telecommunications -- especially companies that communicate globally.