IT drives the enterprise
Enterprise sales head, Sunil Lalvani, has been promoted to managing director, succeeding Sunil Dutt, who resigned in March just months after the launch of BlackBerry's Z10 smartphone in the local market.
No wonder tensions are easing.
If you're a geek and live in cool weather climate, I've got the perfect spring jacket for you.
Microsoft is ready to fire up the Windows Blue disclosure machine. Here's what to expect and when, according to company officials.
Microsoft is continuing to sell Windows 8 licenses at roughly the same clip that it sold Windows 7 ones to its OEM partners and others in the channel, company officials say.
IBM will be upgrading the 50-year-old HR system at the VA to the cloud using its own software products as well as some from Oracle, among others.
In a list dominated by tech firms, the telco comes in 12th overall for companies Singapore professionals most want to work for, according to a LinkedIn study. IBM was top choice, followed by Microsoft and Accenture.
Node.js is now available across the AWS portfolio of products.
A social network focused on your unique neighborhood fosters greater community involvement, both online and offline.
The South African native is challenging the legacy rules of U.S. power generation and financing, seeking to make clean energy as cost-effective as electricity generated by fossil fuels.
Google has its own vision for wearable computing that locks you into their ecosystem. How about an open specification for wearable human interface devices instead?
Major NBN construction partner Silcar has confirmed its CEO Peter Lamell has resigned following delays in the construction of the AU$37.4 billion network.
Latest Gartner study shows India's public cloud services market is set to grow 36 percent this year, with infrastructure-as-a-service propelling the industry forward.
Stephen Conroy and Malcolm Turnbull's online debate proved that there's no love lost between the two NBN visionaries — and that Turnbull's strategy is based on blind optimism about Telstra's generosity.
A new version of the ubiquitous Lucene/Solr open-source search project is available now.
Two security researchers have had to point out old and unpatched vulnerabilities in the software responsible for Google's building management systems to get the web giant to take action.
Country's Ministry of Science, ICT and Future planning has picked five Internet service providers to trial the service, as it looks to ensure South Korea can meet the explosive growth in data traffic.
Gleaning from Adobe's 2013 Digital Marketing Optimization Survey, I found that less than half of the respondents have a mobile-optimized site or a mobile app.