IT drives the enterprise
Brian Krzanich will stay the course at Intel and possible double down on manufacturing. There's a continuity benefit today, but if the chip giant needs to make a more radical move it may have to pay up later.
Cornerstone's first quarter wasn't perfect, but analysts are gaga over 50 percent billings growth and the company's ability to grow wallet share in its customer base.
Buy one "Nook Book," get one free -- but only in brick-and-mortar stores. Can you smell the desperation?
Software as a service giant Salesforce.com is building a UK datacentre to meet growing demand in Europe
IBM is making major strides in data storage and having a little fun.
Brian Krzanich becomes Intel's sixth CEO and will take over on May 16. Renee James, who most recently led Intel's push into software, will become president of Intel. Will this duo have mobile chops?
With Microsoft's Azure Stack, you can have your own on-premise version of Azure. In use it's very like its public-cloud counterpart, but your IT team will have plenty of setup work to do.
Known as the "Paris of South America" for its Belle Époque architecture, Argentina's capital Buenos Aires is also home to prime examples of Brutalist buildings designed by Clorindo Testa.
Red Hat's Gluster open-source community has been all about its namesake, the GlusterFS, but now it's expanding to cover other open-source, software-defined storage technologies.
When Little Printer surfaced last year, it quickly built up a cult following for delivering dinky portions of printed entertainment. But don't be fooled - its makers have big plans for Little Printer.
The latest worldwide usage statistics from NetMarketShare are out. What do they say about Windows 8 and Windows RT? Spoiler alert: Don't believe everything you read.
Native-like offline apps are to become standard in the Chrome Web Store.
The U.S. semiconductor company's new I/O accelerator card intends to boost performance in enterprise servers, appliances and storage platforms.
A workplace collaboration platform might not be worth anything without real-time functionality these days, so Citrix has stepped up its game.
An analysis of VC funding in Europe shows that investment is on the up, with the UK attracting the most deals.
In 2013, consumerisation of IT is taking hold at the Pentagon.
Latest research suggests half of employers will, in just four years' time, require employees to bring their own devices to work. Should BYOD be a requirement over a personal, optional decision?
The helium is gone! And now the world's largest, most powerful infrared telescope ever flown will be propelled to an orbit around the sun, where it will remain indefinitely.
Billions of dollars are being invested in brand new African cities. Here's why that might not be such a good thing.