Microsoft is on the hunt for security startups in Israel, after launching a security-focused accelerator program in Tel Aviv in partnership with cloud services provider, Akamai.
NBN Co has flagged it is planning to cut its controversial connectivity virtual circuit charge by 12.5 percent in October, amongst other proposals to change the company's pricing model.
Specialisation reaps rewards in the cloud information management market, according to IntelligenceBank, reports David Hassan.
After sitting at around 1 percent or less of marketshare in many major markets around the world, the Kantar Worldpanel has decided to stop counting BlackBerry as a separate line item, and lump it into the Others category.
The New Zealand Government is preparing to take full control of the failed Novopay schools payroll project.
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.
In a relatively saturated mobile market, Australian mobile resellers Amaysim and Aldi are picking up market share, according to the latest statistics.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty highlighted both executives' experience in "running information-intensive global enterprises."
Tutor.com has the technology platform, marketing and subscription model. The Princeton Review has the content, brand and high price points. Can these these two players combine to challenge Kaplan?
Bluebox Labs recently discovered a new serious security Android vulnerability. Google has released a fix for it. If you're not careful, though, you could still be in danger.
Twitter shareholders must have been chipper after the bell on Tuesday given Wall Street was braving for a loss.
BlackBerry's Passport made an appearance in New York. The device is quirky but could find an audience in select industries.
The deal between Apple and IBM is based on the idea that IBM can still make a significant impact on the IT market. However, IBM's power has been diminishing for decades, and it's far from certain that CEO Virginia Rometty can reverse the company's decline.
The automotive giant seeks to ditch its trusty BlackBerry devices in favor of iPhones, as part of a "global deployment" for its employees.
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.
The self-described 'productivity and platforms' company is championing this week some cross-divisional projects meant to show how enterprise and consumer tech can be combined to create new kinds of apps and services.
Social enterprise -- communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing across business silos and departmental boundaries -- is a core part of digital business transformation initiatives. Research from IDC sheds light on this topic.
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