Meanwhile, Akamai and Equinix reported quarters with better-than-expected sales. ServiceNow's 63 percent revenue growth in the second quarter led the charge.
Wall Street was expecting $1.74 per share on a revenue of $3.59 billion.
Microsoft Office has a worthy competitor in the new LibreOffice, the best non-Microsoft office suite.
While the company said users of Tor should "assume they were affected," the developers of the anonymous browsing service do not yet know what "affected" means.
The acquisition marks Intuits first in India, as well as its push into the tax computation and e-filing category in the country.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's how to build your plan -- and a few templates to get you started.
Oracle's summer of product launches continues as Database 12c becomes generally available. Will all applications go in-memory?
The CRM giant takes a pulse check on its Marketing Cloud platform one year after the $2.5B acquisition of ExactTarget.
The search giant thinks there's even more reasons to meet face-to-face, thanks to improvements in its video-chat Google Hangouts features.
The payments player is late to the embedded chip card game, but hopes competitive pricing will offset the lag.
Microsoft is actively rolling out Windows Phone 8.1 after three months of being in preview mode. The Lumia Cyan update is also coming to supported Nokia devices.
Chipmaker AMD has announced that the AMD Opteron A1100-Series developer kit, which features AMD's first 64-bit ARM-based processor, codenamed "Seattle," are now available.
The U.S. is going to get whacked by its aging population, lower workforce participation and declining productivity. Accenture argues that real-time labor analytics could be a fix.
Sprint lost 245,000 net contract subscribers during the quarter, slightly better than last quarter's loss of 383,000.
If you work in a traditional Windows-based shop, you could be in for a bumpy ride. Ed Bott explains how IT pros will need to adapt to a variety of changes.
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Red Hat and its partners are betting that 64-bit ARM processors are ready for the data center.
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