Here’s how the Oberoi Group took to implementing a VDI solution to streamline their internal operations and better control costs.
Fareportal, a travel company that operates in the US, Canadian and European markets, was looking to implement a solution that would help in balancing the costs of its growing Indian delivery center against the rising real estate prices prevalent in the region.
KPIT’s need to stay ahead of the game sees them migrate to a new OS that helps them improve employee productivity.
There are dos and don’ts for CIOs and IT managers to have a successful DCIM strategy, says Henry Hsu, VP, Global Power Architecture, Raritan.
While most laptops are reasonably priced and powered, sometimes you need a little extra. We test three high-end Windows mobile workstations.
For all his talk of "devices and services," when Steve Ballmer hands over the reins to a new CEO, he will leave an economic powerhouse that prints money by making software, but makes little on anything else.
Small data centre environments with significant computing growth rates will maintain the same footprint for the next 20 years
Cloud users say scaling up a cloud is hard. We look at some tips and tricks for such users.
No more excuses! Microsoft, Google, and Facebook make it easy to improve your account security with two-factor authentication. Here's how.
Jim Thompson, CTO, Unisys, talks to Computerworld India about the company’s Forward! solution, the state of the Unix mission critical market and how India figures in Unisys’s future plans.
Rajiv Menon, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Japan & Greater China, Cisco Capital, spoke to ComputerWorld about IT’s economic revolution, the shift from capex to opex and why Cisco Capital is more than just finance.
Shabbir Baliwala, solutions director for ASEAN, Compuware Asia, explains how organisations and retailers can cater to consumer needs through social media and make sense of big data.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 09 - 13 December, 2013, we talk about Dell's enterprise mobility management,Microsoft trying to lure Gmail users, Original Design Manufacturers seeing increased demand for their direct servers, and smartphones making a serious entry into the enterprise.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 18 - 22 November, 2013 we talk about Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Salesforce.com and the Indian IT market.
In this roundup of tech update for the week 04 - 08, November, 2013, we talk about Blackberry, Microsoft and Adobe.
Intel hopes to see its processors used in 40 million tablets this year, and 80 percent to 90 percent of those will be running Google's Android OS.
Big data analytics are driving rapid growth for public cloud computing vendors with revenues for the top 50 public cloud providers shooting up 47% in the fourth quarter last year to $6.2 billion.
Enterprise IT vendors are rushing to protect users from the Heartbleed bug, which has been found in some servers and networking gear and could allow attackers to steal critical data.
Here are four surprising things Microsoft has embraced publicly in the past week or so that reveal a new and better company.
Flop or not? Users will soon decide whether Office for the iPad is the greatest thing since Flappy Birds or the next Microsoft Kin. What's a Kin, you ask? Exactly.
Today, lawyers at times have as much influence as engineers, if not more, and patents are used to fend off competitors and to force them to pay licensing fees that can run to billions of dollars annually.
From cameras to physical fitness gear, computers are getting attached to your body.
Don't live your life in Facebook? Try one of these exceptional Android launchers to spice up your home screen and make your device do more.
If predictions of the PC becoming obsolete come to be, will you really be able to do all the things you need to do? Can humankind survive on tablets alone?