When it comes to technology partnerships, it never hurts to ask. And it certainly never hurts to think far enough outside the box to pose the question.
Analyst dismisses allegations as 'without merit', as NetScout launches legal proceedings claiming its research favors those who spend big on consultancy
Facebook is working on an enterprise-focused platform designed to help employees communicate more effectively in the workplace, according to a report.
The Surface rumor mill has hit overdrive again today after sharp-eyed Surface Pro 3 users spotted references to the long-awaited Surface Mini in a user guide.
Microsoft has admitted that trust in its cloud services has plummeted in some areas since the NSA scandal broke last summer.
With all eyes on Brazil for this week's kickoff of the 2014 World Cup, folks in the IT security community are keeping a close eye on the South American nation known for its colorful celebrations and not just a few epic hacking and malware events.
News that a supercomputer tricked interrogators into thinking it's a 13-year-old boy using the Turing test is a "wake-up call to cybercrime."
The latest IT Stress and Pride Survey shows IT workers increasing dissatisfied with their careers and disengaged from their employers. That's a big problem.
IBM has branched out from its traditional enterprise IT roots as its artificially intelligent supercomputer Watson has put the final touches on its first-ever barbecue sauce product.
Microsoft has warned users against employing a technical trick that appears to prolong support for Windows XP for another five years.
HP is preparing to cut thousands more staff across its global operations as it promises to remain 'manically focused' on its turnaround plan.
EMC hosted a VIP performance by the pop songstress at the vendor's Las Vegas partner conference.
Larry Ellison had his pay package reduced 18 percent to about $78 million last September, but a group of U.S. trade bodies reportedly still isn't satisfied.
The chairman of tech giant Samsung Electronics Co., Lee Kun-Hee, is recovering in hospital following a heart attack, resuscitation and surgery yesterday.
Those who braved London's tube strike to attend Infosec 2014 will leave with the impression of both an event and industry in a state of flux.
Cyberterrorism is not happening yet but it is coming; public and private sector organizations should start to prepare, according to speakers at the Counter-Terror Expo in London this week.
Industry giants Google Inc., Apple Inc., Intel Corp. and Adobe have settled a U.S. anti-poaching case brought by staff out of court for $325 million.
Short on IT staff these days? It's more than likely because of work-related stress. Long hours, little pay, management headaches and increased pressure are taking their toll -- here's what you can do to help.
IT-Ready, a joint program of the Creating IT Futures Foundation and Per Scholas, annually trains over 700 unemployed and underemployed adults who lack the opportunity for upwardly mobile careers.
Huawei's boss has claimed allaying customers' fears in light of the NSA revelations has been "tiresome" for the Chinese giant.
Museums are moving into the future with the help of modern interactive displays and technologies that can help bring the past to life for thousands
This week's On Point column looks at the newest vendor projects to hit the market that aim to simplify and enhance how your business does business.
Channel Marketer Report reached out to several thought leaders, asking: What are your top three tips for social media in the channel?
Pure Storage has launched a video series aimed at undermining what it claims EMC's campaign to spread fear, uncertainty and doubt about its products.