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Microsoft confirmed Oct. 8 that it will no longer develop new features for Windows 10 Mobile and isn't developing new mobile hardware for the operating system. This slide show looks at why the Window Mobile development efforts failed.
Even though shadow IT apps are unsecure, employees will use them if they increase productivity. Fortunately, there are steps enterprises can take to reduce the use of shadow IT.
Rendered irrelevant in the age of mobile devices and social media, AOL Instant Messenger will be shut down Dec. 15 by Verizon-owned Oath, parent company of America Online.
Lost amid all the hoopla around Google's new Pixel 2 smartphones was the Pixelbook, a hybrid Chromebook that includes Google Assistant and stylus.
At the JavaOne Conference Oracle highlighted a number of new innovations in Java 9 and where Java 18.3 will be headed in the next six months.
At this year's OpenWorld conference, Oracle had plenty of news it was eager to share, including a cloud price war it claims it is winning handily and the use of AI in cloud applications.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, high-end cameras and new "Active Edge" Feature, Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have what it takes to stay competitive in crowded mobile hardware field.
There are certain recurring errors and practices that leave organizations open to data breaches, according to a survey from BeyondTrust.
ThinkPad laptops became standard equipment for millions of corporate PC users after they were introduced by IBM on Oct. 5, 1992. Today Lenovo continues to produce ThinkPads, which are thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever.
While data recovery and protection are essential, they can be costly in terms of time and money. Here are best practices for effectively managing data recovery.