SAP and VMware are hoping to encourage more businesses to virtualize their database platforms.
The updated version of Splunk Enterprise provides continuous availability of mission-critical machine data, while the latest iteration of Hunk more easily draws insights from unstructured data in Hadoop and NoSQL stores.
New release of Facebook publishing platform integrates features for designing and sharing cover photos and visual posts across Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
SSDs are fast, quiet, and they make spinning disks obsolete. Meet the Crucial M5xx SSDs: M500 and M550, your spinning disk replacements.
Supermarket giant plans smartphone, new tablet and app revamp as part of digital retail plans.
Seriously, Jeff? Do we really need to be able to order stuff through Twitter, too? There's convenience and then there's this. There really does need to be some friction in the shopping process.
Amazon Web Services WorkSpaces, which allows firms to deploy Windows 7 virtual images to desktops, laptops and tablets, is now available from AWS' EU datacentre in Dublin.
Dropbox has now patched a security vulnerability which could give third parties access to server data without authorization.
Walmart Labs' 12th acquisition gives its technologies to better tailor pitches to the retailer's 245 million weekly customers.
Tableau talks "land and expand," Hadoop adoption, analytics traction and how visualization and analytics is driving growth.
The Chinese Internet giant's cloud computing subsidiary, Aliyun, has officially opened its Beijing data center. This is the unit's third facility focused on global service.
Australia’s peak body for communications consumers, ACCAN, has told the federal government that its proposal to repeal privacy regulations would result in smaller telcos slipping through the legal cracks around privacy.
The country's ambitious 2001 healthcare reform, called 30 Baht, increased funding for hospitals and reduced copay to around 75 cents.
Yosemite National Park is home to black, mule deer, fox and even rock climbers. Lately, and much to the chagrin of park officials, drones have become an increasingly common sight.
The government has released its official response to the Interim Report of the Senate Select Committee for the NBN – and it's unrepentant about "categorically" rejecting what it calls the committee's "entirely fictitious" assessment of the NBN's progress.
Apple acknowledged a bug in iOS that leaves email attachments vulnerable and has committed to fixing it. Luckily the bug is difficult to exploit and doesn't affect iPhone 4s and later devices running iOS 7.1.
Two new Chromebooks bring more choice to prospective buyers. One has a touch screen that bends over backwards.
Across the world, the healthcare sector is facing the challenge of protecting patient privacy while trying to keep up to date with technological innovations.