NEWS ANALYSIS: John Chambers wanted to help steer Cisco through its latest transition and said he is now ready to hand the reins to Chuck Robbins.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again there was plenty of talk about Software-Defined Networking at Interop 2015. But this year vendors were actually showing off products that support SDN.
Microsoft Research peels back the curtain on its viral hit, How-Old.net, which uses a machine-learning technology called Project Oxford.
Google acquired Timeful, a vendor of an iOS-only time-management application. Will the app soon be available on Android devices?
IBM and SAP teamed up to announce a new set of Power Systems solutions for SAP's HANA big data platform.
T-Mobile is offering the inexpensive Alcatel Onetouch Pop Astro on a 24-month payment plan, with $0 down and $6.24 per month, making it even more affordable.
Microsoft, Autodesk team for HoloLens-enabled 3D printing; proposed Patriot Act revisions would end most mass data collections; Cortana to help Windows 10 users flag down an Uber car; and there is more.
At its new conference, Microsoft announces new solutions that enhance Office productivity, manage Windows 10 and help IT administrators conquer the cloud.
The company has updated its online Apple Watch support pages to advise wearers of the potential interference of some wrist tattoos when using the device.
VCE VxRack systems enable users to start with dozens of servers and scale to thousands with up to 38 petabytes of storage capacity with high performance/value per IOP.
REVIEW: Standing while working is a growing trend made easier lately by a myriad of special products built just for that purpose. We try out several standing desks and tell you what we found.
Apcera, Google, Red Hat and VMware are supporting CoreOS' application container specification effort, which extends the reach of containers beyond Docker.
EMC introduces a new list of products and services aimed at improving the way business content is processed.
Today, enterprises can offload a wide range of computing services and applications from internal servers and data centers to the cloud. In fact, it is entirely feasible and possibly even cost-effective for a large enterprise to run all of its computing resources in the cloud. So it is no surprise that companies are taking a close look at what internal computing services it can offload to a cloud platform. These services range from Web storage to full business productivity suites that include email, word processing, presentations, online meetings and sales management applications. Companies can buy as much data processing capacity as they could possibly need, whether it is for a single big project that requires a lot of data processing muscle or to run all the applications for an entire enterprise. This slide show looks at 10 software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud computing platforms that can provide ways for enterprises to reduce their IT overhead. These days, cloud computing companies offer a menu of services that enterprises can order as a package or a la carte. Read on to learn more.
With the acquisition of NT OBJECTives, Rapid7 expands its Web application scanning and security capabilities.