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NEWS ANALYSIS: Volkswagen is spending billions to buy back diesel-powered cars equipped with emissions test cheating software. It remains to be seen if the scandal will permanently sour car buyers' interest in diesels.
Salesforce introduces its 1,070-feet-high Salesforce Tower, which features 61 floors, 30 of which will be occupied by the company. Here's a look at the tallest building west of Chicago and scenes from the introductory event.
Fundamentally, the group wants to educate the reading public about how to recognize fake news when they see it and learn to trust the news production of reputable news publishers.
The company generated an operating loss of a whopping $3.3 billion for FY 2017, not exactly ideal for anybody--especially investors and potential investors.
Moving from mainframes to open systems is often a painstaking process. But it doesn't have to be if your organization follows these eight best practices.
What Oracle has done is directly link its Storage Cloud with its ZFS Storage Appliance. Thus, no gateways or licensing fees are required.
NEWS ANALYSIS: 'Cognitive to the Core' is an appropos unifying line for a massive company with 375,000 full-time employees scattered all over the world.
One recent study pointed out that half (49 percent) of information workers use at least three devices for work on a weekly basis. Enterprises are finding out that more control is needed in this area.
The Connect marketplace now totals about 100 apps created specifically for subscription businesses, including quoting, financial operations, data ingestion, e-signatures and ERP integrations.
Attackers allegedly breach Twitter Counter, enabling them to post unauthorized messages on Twitter accounts around the world.
Women in the IT industry are still struggling to achieve equality in hiring, promotion and compensation according to a new study from ISACA, an organization for IT professionals in cyber-security and IT governance.
The problems Feb. 28 caused more than 150,000 websites and apps to become unavailable, while others indicated broken links and images.