The latest operating systems numbers are in, and Windows 8's failure is clearer than ever. Can Microsoft, like Coca-Cola before it, bring victory out of a defeated product launch?
Apple continues to lead in global tablet shipments, but Samsung and Asus posted incredible growth annually.
I am a multi-platform, multi-gadget kind of guy, so any given day, there's no telling what gadget may come out of the gear bag. Here's what I use and why it works.
MapR optimizes HBase and starts distributing Lucene-powered search. SaaS data discovery provider 1010data ships new version.
Microsoft is believed to be building a Windows Azure-hosted desktop virtualization service that could be available on a pay-per-use basis.
Square has enlisted a new executive with considerable experience in offline retail environments.
This comprehensive checklist offers management guidelines and solutions to many of the problems that routinely occur with Windows user accounts. You can print the list or use it in electronic form; the...
Research shows that consumers are increasingly hooking up their TVs and streaming media devices to the web, and are enthusiastically downloading content from Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu.
Just in time for May Day, Asana is looking to foster more collaboration in the workplace with a community revamp.
What do Apple, AT&T, Myspace, Verizon and Yahoo! have in common? Little regard for protecting their customers from governmental abuse of power.
LG is coming out with some solid Android smartphones, and the new LG Optimus Pro G looks like a fantastic alternative to the Note II, Galaxy S4, and HTC One.
RM Foods took a phased approach to implementing Sage ERP X3 to minimize risk and improve customer responsiveness.
Most companies have felt trapped by their IT application portfolio. How does a company, large or small, plan and execute a transition away from old applications?
Enterprises are moving to an IT environment where information is served to connected smart mobile devices from a cloud-based infrastructure system, and software vendors have to adapt to stay competitive.
Cloud computing might have momentum behind it, but that doesn't mean every business is going to be making the leap — at least, not yet.
To help you sort out the latest enterprise software trends, technologies, and offerings, ZDNet and TechRepublic put together an ebook containing articles that address key issues and decision factors.
The Australian Institute of Management NSW and ACT dug itself into a hole by not making consistent investments in IT. It decided to use cloud computing to dig itself out.
IT leaders have shared their opinions in TechRepublic's enterprise software survey, which focuses on satisfaction levels, top vendors, current trends, and future plans for EAS.
Enterprise software is evolving under selection pressure from challenging economic conditions and the adaptive possibilities afforded by cloud computing, mobility, big data analytics and social engagement.