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Windows Admin Center, formerly Project Honolulu, is now generally available for administrators looking to prune their management toolsets.
Hybrid data management Actian developed the world’s fastest columnar analytics database and brings special data-centric IP to its new owners.
With DevOps, automation and other transformational tech innovations driving competitive distinction, the IT department is elevating its presence at the business strategy table.
DAILY VIDEO: Zuckerberg holds his own against senators' barrage of questions, and IBM slims down a pair of mainframes for the cloud.
Gartner’s Worldwide IT Spending Forecast finds that the IT industry is poised for the fastest growth in more than a decade through 2019 despite uncertainties caused by international trade policies.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook CEO endured more than five hours of grilling by two Senate committees and generally kept his cool, though he dodged some questions and offered incomplete answers for others. Questioning continues today in Washington, D.C.
Lawsuit claims that Facebook “stood idly by” as a “treasure trove of data” was transferred to third-party Cambridge Analytica, and then used in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
New products include a 450-pound, ballistically hardened “data bunker” storage appliance and cloud-based data-protection software. The company had not been in the cloud-software business previously.
Instead of taking a standard server and slicing it up into smaller pieces for individual applications, TidalScale aggregates computing power from various commodity-type boxes from within a system and puts it all into a single computing lake of DRAM.
A lot of IT hardware is being sold: Full-year sales hit $12.5 billion, the first time the market surpassed $12 billion in a calendar year.
New company's Cross-Cloud Platform gives cloud service providers and Fortune 500 enterprises an alternative way to provide workload migration, resource elasticity and disaster-recovery-as-a-service across multi-cloud and multi-data center infrastructures.
To make the modern meeting "come alive," today's organizers depend upon attention-grabbing videos and other multimedia—but tech performance for these presentations often falls short.