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Klout is bringing five years of data and algorithmic models in the making and bringing them to businesses looking to pick up on social media activity.
Microsoft's channel partners are unearthing more details about Microsoft's volume-purchasing program for its Surface RTs and Pros.
Many people face a challenge in building cohesion in a business — achieving the right balance between competing forces and bringing the business strategy and operations into harmony.
US consumers buy subsidized phones because they are cheaper up front, but then the carrier makes that money back in increased monthly fees. However, when the phone is paid off, those monthly fees don't change, and consumers are left paying extra for nothing.
Yahoo is looking to some of its former employees for its latest acquisition, which beefs up the Internet company's social media portfolio.
Will $1,500 hybrid notebooks save Windows 8? Of course not. Even $600 hybrid notebooks might not.
Mike Lynch's latest memo to the HP board and shareholders continues to raise more heated questions about the tech giant's acquisition of Autonomy.
Could Amazon break the deep-rooted psychological $100 price point with the Kindle Fire HD? And if it can, what effect would this have on the Android tablet market?
Microsoft's Windows Embedded 8 Standard and Pro versions of its embedded operating system are available for OEMs to download.
BlackBerry's new platform has not yet been tested for official government use, according to GCHQ - flying in the face of suggestions that it had been rejected by the department.
My ZDNet colleague says you should avoid VDI and other remote desktop technologies when transforming enterprise apps for mobile. He's wrong.
In an era of incompatible social networks, how would email evolve if it was invented today. Not too well, cautions Nathaniel Borenstein, one of the creators of the MIME protocol.
CyberPowerPC thinks small with its LAN III mini-systems, while the Digital Storm Hailstorm II is an old-fashioned monster tower.
Every month, Microsoft releases security updates on Patch Tuesday. To help you manage these releases more efficiently, Ed Bott tackles six key questions and provides the extra details all IT pros should...
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Google is now supporting Domain Name System Security Extensions in its Internet Public DNS service.
Sanbolic claims to offer "cloud storage economics" to organizations. Sanbolic Melio 5 storage virtualization technology combined with commodity storage devices is the secret sauce, the company says.