Work on your own machine? Using cloud applications? Sure, it's a new day! Until things break. Then you're on your own. (A lesson from ZDNet HQ.)
"You'll hear a lot of noise at RSA this week about six or seven shiny new objects. If you just buy my shiny new object, my shiny new point solution, that will solve all your security problems. The answer is, it's not true," says Symantec CEO Steve Bennett.
You smartphone could soon determine how healthy you are by analyzing your liquid output.
None of Intel's announcements this week at Mobile World Congress will significantly tilt the playing field, but they do show Intel has some momentum.
The fuss over how to handle Windows 8 PC's Secure Boot keys in desktop Linux continues and Linus Torvalds spells out how he wants to see it handled.
As I sign off from my duties at ZDNet, and more than 20 years following open source, I am struck with the realization that open source has, in many respects, really taken over the world.
We examine the facts and figures behind Microsoft's recently announced Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book devices.
The Windows Phone team seems to be doubling down on secrecy. But that doesn't mean an end to rumors about what's next for the platform on the OS front.
Yahoo wants its staff to work in the office, innovating and collaborating face to face instead of working from home. What's wrong with that?
Immersive telepresence systems revenue fell 32.8 percent in 2012, according to IDC. Personal and room based systems showed gains.
Dell and VMware are teaming up again, this time on a pre-integrated converged infrastructure for virtual desktop environments.
Microsoft provides answers to some current and potential Office 365 business users' most pressing questions.
The software giant joins the coalition of more than 300 members in a bid to promote common standards and interoperability among cloud service providers and data center purchasing.
It's all about MongoDB in the cloud, baby.
People carry a wallet that contains important documents, cash, credit cards, and loyalty cards. Thanks to a lack of standards and a desire by companies to get a piece of the pie, I doubt we will see these two merge anytime soon.
Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, recently sent out a memo to Yahoo staff members telling them that by June they'll be required to work at a Yahoo office rather than from home. Will the law of unintended consequences hurt Yahoo because of this move? I think so.
Freescale's latest microcontroller measures 1.9 by 2 millimetres, and could be used in 'ingestible' computing.
Is the new Chromebook Pixel better than the previously best-equipped Chromebook, the Samsung Series 5 550? Of course, but is it $850 better?
With the public launch of its new Office 365 business plans, Microsoft's move into a subscription-based Office is nearly complete. How much technical skill does it take to set up and run one of these plans? Here's a hands-on look.