Dell's largest independent shareholder, Southeastern Asset Management, adds its voice to the idea that Dell's buyout was undervalued.
Data is the fuel of the internet economy – but what if it starts to run out? Inivisible web users and a data privacy black hole could cause web giants to rethink how they deal with customers, according to research.
Low-cost smartphones and locally-developed software are lowering barriers for small and midsize businesses to mobilize their employees, but enterprises remain skeptical of the bring-your-own-device trend.
While businesses in the Philippines are starting to consider bring-your-own-device tools, few have embraced the concept as security and the cost of managing data access remain top concerns.
Thailand's IT roadmap to enhance its ICT infrastructure and e-government services is going well, but lack of skilled professionals and buy-in among civil servants may hamper its progress.
New "Teleport Me" feature in iTwin Connect makes setting up a secure Internet access piped directly from your home or office Internet connection a breeze.
Azure has been evolving to address enterprise cloud data use cases, from ingesting to processing to visualizing. This report offers a look at how Azure features and services may meet your needs.
A decade-low 5 percent economic growth rate may sound like bad news, but with elections scheduled for 2014, the government may implement measures to improve the economic scenario. For the IT industry, projections point to increased IT spends across all sectors.
The Australian government has boosted its list of cloud providers selected to offer services to government agencies.
Online networking company reports a 19 percent revenue increase last year, on the back of new products, acquisitions and margin growth from improvements in network efficiencies.
Migration to the new facility will not happen until later this year.
KKBOX will launch unlimited pay-per-month music streaming service in both countries this March, as it expands into other Chinese-language music markets in Asia.
The computer company is taking steps to limit the exploitation of young workers.
With the help of fellow ZDNetter, David Gewirtz, I've all but broken my vows with the cable company. Thanks to a diminutive device and an understanding family, we're almost 100 percent free of cable company jail.
One of the hottest iOS apps of the year just became available in the App Store, but there's a catch. You need to reserve a spot in the queue to actually use it.
China, South Korea and Taiwan head the list of those with highest percentage of infected systems, amid drop in global proportion of malware ridden computers from previous year.
The Flash developer is rolling out an emergency update to the world's most popular Web plug-in for two vulnerabilities, that are currently being actively exploited by hackers.
Think you need to be an art expert to fully appreciate art? A study of the heart rates of museum-goers proves that notion wrong.
Techies loves SharePoint, but business leaders expect more. Is it time to put greater reliance on Yammer? And, if so, what does that say about Microsoft's commitment to the cloud?