As the deadline for Microsoft officially ending support for Windows XP looms near - April 8 - here is a compilation of all the relevant information that you need to know.
The year 2013 is drawing to a close and the soothsayers are busy gazing into their crystal balls. Here is a compilation of all the major IT predictions and forecasts for the year of the horse - 2014.
Is Amazon Prime Air, the drone designed to deliver packages right on your doorstep, just a sci-fi? Will we be pleasantly surprised when it finally delivers a parcel and quietly fly away?
Here is a rundown of all that you need to know to better prepare your organization as the era of Windows XP support draws to a close.
Phailin, Hiayan, Nilam—disasters can take many forms. Are you prepared for recovery? Here are a few things businesses should know about DRP.
Smartphones are becoming more and more relevant in the enterprise as time goes by. Here is a rundown of some recent smartphone related news.
Just when we heard Dell and BMC went private, Twitter is rehearsed for going public! Here is a rundown of some recent Twitter IPO talks.
No one vendor is able to meet the growing needs of the new-age customers. Companies are acquiring experts in niche fields to expand their portfolio and give customers the service they deserve.
Google I/O conference 2013 commenced on the 14th of May and ended on the 17th. Check out some of the highlights from the conference and what Google plans to focus on in the near future.
Yahoo has decided to shell out $1.1 billion to buy blogging service Tumblr, in a bid to revitalize its brand and attract a younger generation of users.Will the investment save Yahoo's sinking image?
Google Glass is the face of what Next-gen Gizmo's would be like. But the innovative product has drawn enough flak from various quarters as well. A peek into the Google Glass hype.
Internet of Things is coming to the enterprise and IT execs should be aware of the many ways in which IoT will shake up the corporate network.
Big data can be big trouble if it isn’t handled with care. Here's all that you wanted to know about it.
What's hot for IT pros this year.
Read to know all about BlackBerry's (previously RIM - Research In Motion) attempt to resurrect in the smartphone market and the reaction of CIOs and other industry experts to the company's new products.
Post budget reactions from the Indian tech industry.
From tech tips to up-to-date hiring trends, here's what you will need to know before you enter 2013's hiring season.
Here's a timeline on what happened after Michael Dell with investment firm Silver Lake bought Dell, the company he founded as a 19-year-old in 1984, in a US$24.4 billion deal.
Read all about Research in Motion's(RIM) trying times from the consequences of rebranding itself as BlackBerry, to its unveiling of 2 new smartphones that run on BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Highlights of the Consumer Eelctronics Show 2013, held on 8th-13th January at Las Vegas.