CEO Ron Johnson has big IT plans and touts state-of-the-art Oracle systems on deck. The problem: The fundamentals are so bad at JCPenney that Johnson and his big IT plans could run out of time.
A state-of-the-art, award-winning datacenter has little impact on the community it's located in.
The most notable server battle was in the No. 4 position. Oracle's market share slide continued and Cisco edged into a statistical tie. IDC noted that this quarter was the first time Cisco broke into the top 5.
Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)—including storage and cloud compute services—remain the fastest growing segment of the market, according to the research firm, but high-growth emerging markets are where the money is.
And we'll be making diet, lifestyle, and medical choices based on specific information rather than on hunches, according to Ion Torrent's Jonathan Rothberg.
Can Barnes & Noble survive by rethinking its stores?
This year's AWS re:Invent, Amazon’s annual developer conference, was bigger than ever, revealing details about a number of new enterprise-pleasing services. Here's a rundown of the most significant innovations,...
Pandora's costs for providing services are rising and they now have to cut back the free mobile streaming allowance to 40 hours per month. If you enjoy their service, skip the coffee or lunch and buy a subscription.
Apple is still open to sharing its cash pile, but has given investors little insight on how it will address its falling share price.
EE's UK 4G rollout passes the half way mark, with nine more towns and cities joining the super-fast network.
This is probably the most eclectic category - because it's so disparate - but it's the foundation for many a company's core business operations: sales, business processes and analytics. Three hot areas. Our winners this year are all accomplished. Let's see what they got. Winners: Xactly, Lattice Engines, BPMonline, Pegasystems, Clarabridge.
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McAfee's CTO for worldwide operations warns that the security landscape is on its way to a complete breakdown if it doesn't change its course soon.
Beauty-box business VanityTrove aims to be the market leader in Southeast Asia where there's lower competition, and wants to differentiate itself by offering higher end products and strong customer service.
Web sites of Defense Ministry and China Military Online were hacked approximately 144,000 times per month in 2012, with over 60 percent of IP addresses originating from the U.S., says China's defense ministry.
Urban Indians own four times as many phones as their rural counterparts, as the country's teledensity growth slowed to just over 10 percent to reach 76.75 percent in 2012.
Localizing is key when expanding into emerging markets. The problem is that the local rivals can be clones of Facebook and match features.
Huawei showed off its 4G LTE-equipped Ascend P2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ZDNet spent a little time with it.
Are Chromebooks the future of the classroom? Google is says it is serious about the education market and now Lenovo has the hardware to match.