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Indian firms considering a move to the cloud are choosing the Microsoft service over rival Google Apps. Adoption is not only strong among enterprise customers, a majority are also small and midsize businesses.
Rackspace says it is turning conversations about its OpenStack-based cloud services into pilots.
The humble sea slug tops Minnie the Mermaid for underwater exploits.
The debate about Surface Pro storage goes to show we're not always all-in on cloud. There's a good reason for that: getting the most from the cloud means taking off the blinkers.
Cloud computing is a familiar phrase within the technology industry, but the diverse amount of services it involves makes it something of a blanket term. Like the general field of medicine, there are subcategories...
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The acquisition is shelved after differences regarding Maxis' continuing interest in Aircel after the acquisition, among other reasons. Both Sistema and Aircel deny a buyout was on the cards though.
Logitech is framing its next-generation business webcam as an all-inclusive option both for devices and video conferencing locations.
Regulator National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission is planning to farm out 25MHz of 1800MHz spectrum, as the existing license with CAT Telecom expires in September this year.
Lithium-ion batteries may be causing continual problems with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, but the Pentagon insists they are fit for use in F-35 fighter jets.
This Valentine’s Day, a McAfee study highlights how breakups can result in privacy leaks online if you share passwords, bank account details, and other personal data while in the relationship.
Based on a new report from Citrix, it looks like many mobile users in the U.S. don't exactly know much about how they are consuming data.
Trust in business and government has fallen to new lows and everyone is being tarred with the same brush...
Country is becoming an attractive option in Asia-Pacific, as its outlook is supported by growing domestic demand, increasing presence of multinational companies and cheap, skilled workforce.
Once you decide what you want from a cloud, figuring out which kind you need is easy.
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Work for the U.S. government? You may not have seen the last of controversial body scanners.
National Police Agency's plans include compiling a handbook on cybercrime investigations, allocating more specialized officers and employing midcareer engineers from the private sector.