Microsoft bolsters Azure in containers, security

The new Azure Container Service taps Microsoft's partnerships with Docker and Mesosphere

Developers find themselves in hackers’ crosshairs

Here’s what enterprises need to do in order to protect their development environments from attack.

Google’s $499 Pixel C will be a premium tablet rocking Android Marshmallow

This high-end Android tablet with a nifty detachable keyboard will be available "by holiday time," Google promises.

Microsoft's Office 2016 intro guides are here, a week late and short on useful details

Microsoft has a great opportunity to draw new users to Office 2016, and so far, the effort is falling short.

Microsoft's Dynamics CRM will get extended to the Web after new acquisition

The tech giant has acquired product assets from Adxstudio, a longtime partner

The iPhone 6s may be the last of a dying breed

Could the iPhone 6s be the last “s” release we see?

XcodeGhost: Was Apple negligent?

Apple should never stop improving its vetting process, but some things are clearly the responsibility of the developers

Google improves voice search

Company advances neural network to increase accuracy and speed

Dell introduces new campus and datacentre networking solutions

The products address complexities in campus networking and bandwidth demands in the datacentre.

Developers learn on the go with MongoDB University mobile app

A new iOS app for MongoDB University allows students to download video lessons and quizzes for access on the go, even when bandwidth is sporadic or expensive.

Why Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever

With Device Guard and Credential Guard, Windows enjoys unprecedented protection from malware and advanced persistent threats

Java 9 module plan picks up a packager

In the latest proposal, the Java Packager tool will add features that better align with the plan for Java modules

IBM Watson will know what you did last summer

A new API called Visual Insights can analyze your images and videos on social networks

Newly found TrueCrypt flaw allows full system compromise

A security researcher has found two serious flaws in TrueCrypt

MapR adds in-Hadoop document database

MapR Technologies has added native JSON support to its MapR-DB NoSQL database, giving developers the capability to quickly deliver scalable applications that leverage continuous analytics on real-time data.

SDN start-up PLUMgrid opens up on OpenStack

Supports more distributions of cloud framework; enhances software for microservices, visibility

Pentaho's analytics software to blend multiple streams of big data

Version 6.0 adds the first release of the Pentaho enterprise-class server

Google to set up Wi-Fi in 400 Indian railway stations

The service will be initially free but has a long-term aim of being self-sustainable

After pushing malware, ad networks also used for DDoS

Hackers have figured out how to launch crippling distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks through malicious advertisements

Microsoft expands Azure Data Lake with new big data tools

A new, dynamically scalable analytics service is built on Apache YARN

Disrupt or Be Disrupted in the Digital Economy

The reality is that there is an urgent need for today’s enterprises to drive their digital transformation, especially if they do not want to be disrupted in their industry.

Disrupt or Be Disrupted in the Digital Economy

SAP is at the centre of today’s technology revolution. The market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps organisations fight the damaging effects of complexity, generate new opportunities for innovation and growth, and stay ahead of the competition.

Offline voice commands start showing up for some in the Google app

Even if you're in airplane mode or out of network range, you may be able to issue commands to open Gmail, play music, turn on Wi-Fi, and crank up the volume.

Do Indian tech companies really care about maternity?

While Flipkart, Intel and Infosys recently upgraded their maternity leave policies, is the tech industry really taking concrete steps to make jobs easier for women? 

Meeting the demand for mobile everything

LTE-U could help as an increasing numbers of devices and the things of the IoT compete for spectrum

Millennials want to be leaders — but not without big salaries, perks

A new survey suggests millennial workers respect their bosses, look to them for motivation and want to become leaders themselves, but salary, workplace perks and high-end technology are more important to them than to older generations.

We redefine commerce by connecting businesses and bringing networks together: Alex Atzberger, Ariba

Using our network, businesses of all sizes can connect to their trading partners anywhere, at any time from any application or device to buy, sell and manage their cash more efficiently and effectively than ever before, says Alex Atzberger, President, Ariba

Comparing iCloud's new lower prices to the competition

Cheaper iCloud storage prices just went into effect, making the service more competitive with Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.

Why enterprise digital transformation efforts stall

Most enterprises are likely to hit a roadblock after the initial stage of digital adoption. Everest Group calls this phenomenon the ‘digital trough.’

Technology that predicts your next security fail

Predictive analytics uses publicly available and privately sourced data to try to determine future actions. By analyzing what has already happened, organizations can detect what is likely to happen before anything affects the security of the organization's physical infrastructure, human capital or intellectual property.

Review: Skype 6.0 for iOS brings renewed focus to a venerable communication app

It may no longer be the wonder child of yore, but this old dog still has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Secure ‘Back-In-Vogue’ End Points in Shifting Landscape: Scott Lovett, Intel Security

Discrete solutions don’t work as organizations desire universal approach to suffice the challenge of managing five and six different management applications in their network says Scott Lovett, EVP, Intel Security.

Ok, Where's my iPad Mouse, Apple?

While Apple has tried hard to woo enterprises with its iPad Pro, it has forgotten the most important productivity tool of them all--the humble and ubiquitous pointing device.

The big greenfield cannabis cloud

How marijuana growers are leveraging big data analytics and cloud computing to boost productivity and sales

Every CEO should be willing to invest in IoT: Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Gartner

Ganesh Ramamoorthy, research vice president, Gartner, talks about all the fuss about IoT and why some Indian enterprises are still oblivious about its impact on their businesses.

India has potential to become Global Tech Hub : Dr. Naoya Takahashi, Hitachi Systems

We are leveraging the big market opportunity through comprehensive suite of 24x7 services through our NOC and SOC from India says Dr. Naoya Takahashi, President & CEO, Hitachi Systems.

12 bad habits that slow IT to a crawl

Bottlenecks always seem born of the best intentions, but they must be rooted out -- and broken

Why (and how) VMware created a new type of virtualization just for containers

VMware says containers and virtual machines are better together