The Big Blue's financing arm has partnered with the ERP vendor to facilitate software purchasing by companies feeling the recession's impact.
ZDNet is giving away 10 tickets to the Structure 2015 conference, where innovators will discuss the future of the cloud.
Mike Curtis, Airbnb's vice president of engineering, talked to ZDNet about building a business on the cloud from the ground up and what happens when you outscale a cloud solution.
Cisco's chairman also lamented the United States is woefully behind -- in both the private and public sectors -- in upgrading digital infrastructures.
A look at how on-demand IT helps workers collaborate - and benefits the business.
The device promises total privacy for calls and messages.
Cloud storage services offer a mixed bag of benefits and liabilities, with convenience and productivity balanced against security concerns and the challenges of developing solid vendor relationships. The...
Now that carriers offer installment plans for phones and Google is selling the Nexus 5X and 6P direct, do you need a big chunk of change? Nope, provided you try out Project Fi.
What do you do when the colleges don't produce enough programmers? Top executives from Apple, Docker and LinkedIn have decided to train up their own: The Holberton School.
New purchase in Prineville is likely to be for building expansion but other options possible.
Had enough of Apple Music? You can turn off the subscription from an iPhone or iPad or via iiTunes on a PC or Mac.
Lack of pro-active defenses throwing companies into legal trouble post-breach regardless if data stolen or not
Microsoft is making available in limited preview its promised next-generation sync client for OneDrive, along with OneDrive for Business updates for iOS and Android.
Microsoft is opening its first New York City flagship brick-and-mortar Microsoft Store on October 26, and another in Sydney on November 12.
Intel's Trusted Analytics Platform, or TAP, is getting its start in healthcare as a way to couple developers and data scientists.
The IT show must go on, but do you know where the most of the IT budget spending will go in 2016? Hint: Think geriatric software.
The Free Software Foundation has announced Libiquity's Taurinus X200 laptop has met its strict requirements for being a free-software computer, including replacing Intel's Management Engine firmware.
Microsoft's newly updated 'by the Numbers' website shows progress in some areas while others stay the same.
The quest for the best mobile work system may be over. The BrydgeAir turns the iPad Air 2 into a near MacBook clone, for a price.