Google has released a range of new capabilities to Google Docs, including voice transcription and enhanced ability to track document changes.
Microsoft is taking on the full litigious force of the U.S. governemnet in a case that raises the question of what kind of data law enforcement agencies can access, according to an article from Bloomberg.
The release of Windows 10 and the new Edge browser is finally causing an impact in the user share of old and soon-to-be obsolete versions of Internet Explorer browsers, according to a new report on Computerworld.
A judge gave final approval Wednesday to give plaintiffs $415 million in an antitrust tech lawsuit that accused Google, Intel, Apple and Adobe of working together to ultimately deflate employees' salaries.
New funding, to the tune of $75 million, plus a 500 percent growth in its customer base in a year, indicate there's big demand for Netskope's cloud security offerings.
Salesforce unveils Health Cloud, its second product aimed at a vertical industry.
With the shift to Windows 10, there's not a ton of huge innovation in laptops, at least judging from the scores of new machines unveiled at IFA this week. One laptop is getting some buzz – a Lenovo that's a Surface knock off. Otherwise, it's a surprise to see desktops getting some interesting treatment.
Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, Mozilla and Google announced yesterday their Alliance for Open Media, a collaboration to reduce their respective reliance on expensive patented media technologies.
HP unveiled on Wednesday new enterprise security tools that can detect communications between malware and a remote server as well as uncover bugs in enterprise software using machine learning.
Laptops and desktops powered by the much-anticipated Skylake microprocessors are coming. We take a quick look at what it means for the enterprise.
Along with Aerohive and Travelport, the Journal noted that ArcBest Corp., Autolive Inc., Lowe's Cos Inc., Winnebago Industries Inc. and Zion Bancorporation have all seen CIOs join their boards since February.
Windows 10 is now the fourth most used OS after just a month of being live.
VMware announced today a preview for a set of tools designed to help enterprises manage their Windows 10 devices. The solution, called Project A2, will employ strategies that IT could be more used to seeing on mobile devices.
The OpenBSD Foundation is backing a native hypervisor project kicked off by a developer.
Linux 4.2 was released this week, offering better performance, security, plus support for Generic Network Virtualization Encapsulation.
Egnyte announced today that users will be able to open files stored in its systems using any of the Microsoft Office 365 tools.
Nvidia revealed today plans for Grid 2.0, the newest version of its virtualization technology aimed at the enterprise.
VMware's Pat Gelsinger argues that work-life balance happens only when both the employer and the employee buy into achieving such balance. While he's right that employees have to make an effort, he omits the part that the whole thing falls apart if the employer doesn't support it. Amazon has shown exactly how that works.
A new manifesto aims to place the full control of personal data in the hands of the user. The project has lined up some big-name supporters including KDE, GNOME and Free Software Foundation Europe.
Dropbox suffered an outage on Sunday, according to users posting messages on Twitter and the Dropbox online community.