Decommissioning legacy applications and moving to the cloud is not without its risks: tech chiefs explain the thinking behind their strategy.
It's time for Apple to start taking developers a little more seriously as software starts getting removed from the Mac App Store and going the direct sales route.
Cloud has become the de facto choice for hosting enterprise apps. However, there are some trade-offs that are often underestimated.
The company said most Windows PCs are "automatically protected."
Microsoft is cranking up the hype for its coming HoloLens augmented-reality glasses a month ahead of kick-off of its developer program for the device.
If you still have the original unlimited data plan from the early iPhone days, it's still a good deal: Even with the 22 GB monthly soft cap, you'll now pay $35 for data.
The use of enterprise software is thriving, particularly among large companies, with those with 1,000 or more employees reporting a significant increase in the use of enterprise software.
IDC expects that tablets with detachable keyboards will continue to represent a growing portion of total tablet shipments.
Amazon says it will ramp production of its Fire tablet, which can be bought in six packs.
The last half of 2015 is shaping up to be a huge one for Big Data projects in the Apache Incubator
Deal between Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft sees the firm release a new appliance for creating private clouds using an Azure-like software stack.
Power BI users can now switch on Cortana to help quiz business datasets accessible through its analytics platform.
OXY is the first smartwatch that looks and feels like a traditional watch and can connect to virtually every modern smartphone - Android, iOS or Windows 10.
With her business-intelligence startup recently snapped up by Zendesk, Rachel Delacour continues to scale up her ambitions for BIME's cloud analytics platform for firms of all sizes.
From hack attacks to the king of Macs, we learned some pretty deep truths in 2015
Budget cuts prompt reintroduction of paper-based voting processes
Firms including Netflix, AT&T and Yahoo are being sued for daring to encrypt their websites.
Google says the data-savings feature for Chrome on Android will now block all images from loading, unless the user opts to load them.
The largest website takedown operation to date is part of a crackdown on IP theft, counterfeit goods and online piracy.