Our latest ebook looks at what IT and business leaders need to know about strategies and solutions for meeting the growing demands of data storage and management.
Storage systems are the core component of datacenters. A recent Tech Pro Research survey focused on storage needs and technologies, including solid-state disk tier and data management.
As data usage continues to grow exponentially, IT managers will need to orchestrate multiple kinds of storage — including flash, hard disk and tape — in a way that optimises capacity, performance, cost and power consumption.
BlackBerry's more modest smartphone plans in 2014 will see at least two devices emerge from the company.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is to launch a high-end handset later this year which will come with CyanogenMod pre-installed.
As large enterprises move toward Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) policies, the PC giant expects them to favor its wide portfolio's "commonality" and even more so once it becomes more dominant in the smartphone space.
CIOs and CEOs who are developing IoT strategies will function best in an innovative environment that accommodates failed projects in the pursuit of solid initiatives that return value to the business.
Drive recovery isn't just about files any more: howabout recovering a Bitcoin wallet from a formatted Surface Pro?
A unique alternative operating system - not a Linux based one, but one with a long history.
Country's third-largest mobile operator slashes contract prices of the Apple smartphone by about 10 percent and offers a free accessories giftpack, just one week before China Mobile begins selling the iPhone on January 17.
Nintendo shares climb to a two and a half-year high following reports that China is lifting its 14-year ban on the sales of foreign game consoles.
Singapore telco launches country's first prepaid mobile plan that allows subscribers to access the social networking site from 50 cents a day or S$6 a month.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has said that it is going to spend 2014 making sure telcos actually fix ongoing problems, rather than just placating unhappy customers with credit.
The Motion Picture Association of America has joined the membership of the World Wide Web Consortium.
A single startup is fighting to have its voice heard alongside Lavabit in a legal case aimed at defending the Fourth Amendment from the US government itself.
The appointment of Tim Wilson to the Human Rights Commission after a career as the mouthpiece for right-wing think tank the Institute of Public Affairs was controversial, but there's a lot he can focus on if he is its first 'freedom commissioner'.
Vodafone has added six Asian countries to its Red plan customers to use their phone overseas as they would at home for an extra AU$5 per day.
Cross another one off the Microsoft Next CEO list. Ford CEO Alan Mullaly has said he isn't taking the job, according to the Associated Press.
The prevalence of smoking around the world is declining. But as the world population rises there are also more smokers. Can we slow down the number of deaths from smoking?