VMware reported late Tuesday some bad news, even as it released solid full-year financial earnings, adding to concerns that have been piling up against the company recently.
Despite a new product release Friday, some experts think all is not well with Microsoft and its Surface devices. Microsoft expert Paul Thurrott wrote in his blog that the company's radio silence on the ongoing reliability issues that hinder its Surface Books and Surface Pro 4s is one of the worst public relations moves the company could pull.
Microsoft is reportedly trimming back some features from its first major Windows 10 update, codenamed "Redstone," expected in the first half of this year, according to unnamed sources who spoke with Petri.
Worldwide IT spending in 2015 took a large overall hit, dropping 5.8 percent year-over-year, according to Gartner.
IDC and Gartner are both reporting steep continued declines in PC shipments, indicating that neither Windows 10 nor the holidays managed to reverse an ongoing trend away from PCs.
Mainframe software company Compuware Tuesday announced a set of new integrations as well as an acquisition to position its mainframe tech for agile and DevOps processes.
One of the biggest stories of 2015 was the release and rapid adoption of Microsoft's latest OS, Windows 10. The company will look to ride its momentum into the New Year and today released numbers that show 200 million active monthly users for the software.
It's back to the drawing board again for Microsoft's answer to smartboard and videoconferencing systems, the Surface Hub. The company told ZDNet that it is once more pushing back the release date and raising the price on the 55-inch and 84-inch versions of the Surface Hub.
MapAnything, which provides geoanalytics and location intelligence for Salesforce users, has raised $7.3 million in Series A funding. These funds will be used in sales and marketing efforts and in product development for its Salesforce solution.
With the Global Climate Conference underway in Paris, it's worth taking a look at the most energy-intensive IT operation: the data center. The Uptime Institute recommended the use of an IT "chargeback" model, where IT teams charge companies for each IT service used, rather than lumped together as a single department.