A corporate merger, like a marriage, can yield a whole stronger than its parts -- or it can end in utter disaster. In ZDNet's ramp up to Valentine's Day 2016, we countdown the worst corporate romances in IT history.
Microsoft now has deals in place with 74 Android hardware makers in 25 countries that will result in more bloatware on smartphones and tablets.
It's taken decades, but it now appears that new forms of real -- albeit simplified -- software development can be carried out by almost anyone with only a little technical know-how. This is unleashing a new generation of business coder, along with a matching wave of grassroots apps that solve long-neglected problems in the enterprise.
Originally unveiled during last year's BoxWorks conference, Capture connects a user's smartphone camera directly to the Box platform.
Google will soon roll out support in Chrome on Android for its discovery project for the Internet of Things.
The number of CDOs is increasing but how they structure their role is still unclear.
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...
Unmanageable deadlines and disastrous IT wrecked this top US retailer's attempt at international expansion. The moral of the story: IT drives the enterprise.
Egress aims to extend information sharing beyond organisational boundaries, creating secure shared collaboration environments keeping security and encryption at front of mind.
3D Systems said sales will be about $183 million in the fourth quarter, which is well above estimates.
The Joint Select Committee adds to criticism of the UK government's web snooping plans.