- Firefox coming to iOS this year, Mozilla says
- Amazon snaps up Elemental to boost video on AWS
- Microsoft will release its hackathon help tool to the world
- 3 new Google Docs features enterprises will appreciate
- Google expands Compute Engine offerings with bigger VMs, autoscaling
- IBM, ARM collaborate on refining Internet of Things deployment
- Microsoft acquires organizational analytics company VoloMetrix
When we’re surrounded by “next big things,” how does IT decide what to choose and what to do with that choice?
In Part 2 of his series on Innovation and the Cloud, writer Bernard Golden looks at how the ability to detect events by parsing information organized by location rather than individuals could be a game changer for any number of different industries
Companies that have a higher ratio of female leaders tend to do much better in the workplace - gender diversity quotas need not clash with meritocracy.
In a recent presentation for The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy Academy, Michael Bruemmer of Experian Data Breach Resolution outlined some the common mistakes his firm has seen as organizations deal with the aftermath of a breach.
From the Start menu and Taskbar to device autodetection and free, bundled Web browsers, here’s a brief history of how Windows 95 became the operating system that time never forgot
The tragic killing of two reporters during a newscast last week played out live on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The alleged shooter's use of social media raises questions about how popular social services manage auto-play video.
Docker’s capability to speed up software testing should make it a no-brainer for any development team. Here’s why.
Rather than upgrading to Office to stop Windows 10 from bleating about it all the time, take these steps instead.
A home appliance is a better place for a voice-interaction virtual assistant than a phone, tablet or computer; Amazon knew this, but Apple and Google apparently didn't.
A new study by Oracle and Opinium Research finds that businesses around the world overestimate their ability to flexibly manage workloads or rapidly develop, test and launch new applications.
Never take an Apple rumor as fact...
Google has made it official. It is now offering the Google Container Service as a commercial service, allowing customers run full micro-services architecture on the Google Cloud
Microsoft’s free upgrade offer is having the desired effect, as Windows 10 uptake outpaces earlier versions.
After the Windows 8 disaster, upgrading to Windows 10 is almost palpably refreshing. Microsoft’s new operating system brings back PC-focused features it should never have lost and adds some helpful new integrations with Microsoft services. It’s not perfect, though.
Data management, scale, and algorithmic strengths may give Facebook an advantage in threat intelligence sharing
Five steps to reduce risk while moving to continuous updates
CIOs say they are purchasing VMware virtualization software to support mobile applications and content for rapidly scaling computing environments.
All work and no play don't make for very happy employees. Some tech companies have better work-life environments than others.
Analysts to explore cyber security trends during the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, September 1-2, in Mumbai.
Passwords are a bane of life on the Internet, but one Turing Award winner has an algorithmic approach that he thinks can make them not only easier to manage but also more secure.
It’s time to put Flash out of our misery once and for all. And, thanks to Google, it may finally happen.
Bitcoin’s widely trusted ledger offers intriguing possibilities for business use beyond cryptocurrency
The Strange Log proves that sometimes even the driest-sounding things can actually be pretty entertaining
A new report shows a steady drop in consumer interest in wearables. But will the smartwatch save the market?
Five strategies to give your incident response plan a headstart by using key components of the business existing continuity plan (BCP).
What pleases a CIO? Well, it is team work and backing him when in choppy waters. Here are the takeaways.
NextDrop’s smart solution informs users of water supply in their area and takes water management to the next level.
UnMail, earlier known as Octopus, is the newest ESN in town. A product of IDAL of the Polaris Group, it helped the company reduce attrition and support calls, and increase productivity.
'We are living in a black box society,' one scientist said
A dedicated and hard-working IT team is rewarded for its loyalty after a new CEO acts on the results of an internal audit
Does automation endanger IT jobs? How will affect the ability of an IT firm to being competitive differentiation? And will automation change the way we evaluate IT workers? Shashi Kumar answers these questions and more.
Hardware errors, power failures, and software bugs won't matter anymore if some scientists' ideas are correct.
Here are the top seven reasons why it's so difficult to develop smartphones that let users swap out the processor, camera and storage options.
University of Maryland researchers developed P2P Alibi Routing to allows users to choose where they do NOT want their packets to go, thereby avoiding 'censorship of Internet traffic and suspicious boomerang routing.'
An app developer found that he could trick TeamViewer to enable screen recording on Android.
Intel rolled out a new motherboard at its developer conference that offers more power than a NUC, but less than the mini-ITX.
Jeff Lawson is a walking, talking example of the rise of the developer. Today, he's the CEO of API economy darling Twilio, but 20 years ago, he was another computer science student who saw the power of the Internet and wanted to try his hand at building Web applications.
The future of AI will be determined to a large extent by our ability to nurture a positive working relationship with this new type of intelligence. And that won’t be easy.
The death of Flash will impact more than a few enterprise IT solutions, with nasty repercussions for admins
You might think you are communicating clearly, but the reality is that business and IT people speak different languages.
Programmers needing a break from marathon debugging sessions may want to peruse a blog post from two Facebook software engineers, who offer tips and war stories about rooting out elusive memory errors in the social network's iOS app.
Neural networks can not only identify images, they can be used to generate images Hieronymus Bosch would have been proud of.