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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.
It's still early in the year, but we can already identify some of the IT trends that are shaping global business in 2017. They fall mainly into development, security and operations, and what's important is how each of these works together with the others. These trends are reshaping how businesses...
Widespread service interruption takes down much of the company's S3 storage and a long list of services with it for several hours.
Security firm raises $3.5 million in its first round of funding, as it builds out human memory augmentation technology to help assist organizations understand security events.
Small businesses face the same security threats as large organizations—with much smaller budgets. Here's how they can have big-business-type protection despite their limited budgets.
With 17 megawatts of rooftop solar, Apple Park will run one of the largest on-site solar energy installations in the world.
This will be eWEEK's 53rd eWEEKchat, set for Wednesday, March 8, at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern.
It's pretty clear to people who study these things that workplace productivity, despite all the new productivity tools IT vendors have made available in the market, is declining. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, worker productivity—which can be mapped directly to production output—dropped...
NEWS ANALYSIS: President Donald Trump withheld an executive order on cyber-security that was ready for his signature leaving the Washington IT security community wondering what changes he intends to make.
Innovation is a buzzword enterprises throw around to illustrate their ability to get things done, deliver new business opportunities and drive future growth. But it’s technology that drives innovation, according to a new study from IT consulting company Softchoice. The company, which recently...
The initial public offering, to be listed as SNAP on the New York Stock Exchange, could raise as much as $3 billion.