Learn how the Infrastructure as a Service model allows Sprout Social to focus on product development and customer growth.
Following months without a peep from Cupertino, the anticipation and buzz for a new iPhone generation is reaching a boiling point.
Negotiations between big tech companies and the government to disclose their cooperation have broken down. Things may change today.
Who is still running Windows XP and why? If you're not a large customer with a Premier Support contract, don't count on custom security patches after April 2014.
If the whole Dell thing doesn't work out, it looks like Icahn is covering his bases (and spreading his wealth) elsewhere.
No, AWS didn't break again today. But reliability just doesn't seem to matter.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
Many of ZDNet's most popular galleries in August focused on the battle between Apple, Microsoft and Google. Great gadgets and their operating systems.
It's time for enterprise vendors to think beyond features to create great outcomes and experiences for customers. Learn how to start this important journey.
Desktop 3D printers just keep getting better and cheaper.
Apple officially launched its iPhone trade-in program for U.S. retail stores on Friday. Here are a few details you'll want to know before heading to the store.
Any major cloud service outage is bad, but good communications can make it less stressful. Microsoft did OK with last night's Exchange Online outage.
Wearable tech, or rather, the buzz surrounding wearable tech, is everywhere. But what isn't everywhere? A market for wearable tech. You can't make something true by creating buzz no matter how cool you think it is.
Solar panels are touted as a way to bring down your energy costs -- but can you also utilize your panels to make extra money?
Demand for pilots continues to grow worldwide, especially in Asia.
Indianapolis gets a 4 MW solar power plant dedicated to a datacenter
Data analytics can do a lot more for business than just predict consumer shopping habits.
Will western military action against Syria redound as cyber-disaster in western Internet infrastructure? There are many reasons for the US not to attack, but this isn't one of them.
While Verizon customers would be well served by either the HTC One or Motorola Droid Maxx, each device offers distinct advantages. After comparing them side-by-side - hardware and software - my choice is clear.