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NEWS ANALYSIS: A new vulnerability allows malware to subvert the operations of Microsoft’s security software on most current systems.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook takes on fake news in advance of UK elections; Dell EMC continues its push toward its Open Networking portfolio; for the third time, Google, Facebook and Twitter are accused of materially aiding terror groups; and there's more.
eWEEK looks at the industrial sectors that could be most heavily impacted by predictive analytics applications and the internet of things in the next couple of years.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The social network has announced a suite of new tools, some of which it’s discussing with voters and news media in the UK.
The combined business, which will maintain both Angie's List and HomeAdvisor brands, plans to scale up big time to match more homeowners with service professionals in the $400 billion domestic home services market.
It’s all about standardizing on the Microsoft Azure ecosystem with its automated IT service delivery for both traditional and cloud-native applications.
The first innovation center will open in Indiana in August and is expected to become the work location for 2,000 employees by 2021.
The world's richest and most successful IT hardware company has seen its smartphone, PC and tablet sales go flat in the first three months of 2017.
Which IT companies are the best places for women to work? Based on ratings from female employees, InHerSight.com provides a list of the top 10 technology companies for women.
Salesforce.com's State of IT report for 2017 found that IT departments need to focus on optimizing the customer experience and invest in innovation to be most successful.
Estimates of her golden parachute compensation range from $112 million to $187 million; she banked more than $200 million during her five-year tenure.
Like other longtime IT product and service providers, Big Blue is experiencing sharp financial pains in making the switchover to software and cloud services from hardware.
IBM bestows its highest honor on 11 employees. eWEEK takes a look at the newest IBM Fellows, recognized for their work in cognitive computing, cloud, security and design.