SaaS storage provider uses hardare plug-in appliance to protect client data in the cloud.
Investors from failed Bitcoin exchange express anger following the first creditors meeting in Tokyo where questions remain unanswered over how US$500 million worth of the digital currency went missing.
Adelaide-based cloud provider Intervolve looks to hybrid cloud for further growth, reports David Hazan.
EBay-owned online ticketing company StubHub is moving to reassure customers that their accounts are secure, following the theft of more than US$1 million worth of tickets.
NZ Post CFO Mark Yeoman claims an Asia-Pacific first with a network-as-a-service roll-out.
Event triggers are a handy and free way to alert IT staff of potential Windows server problems. There’s a saying in IT that your users should be the last ones to notice when a critical system or...
Cloud accounting provider FreshBooks has secured US$30 million in first round funding, with the company’s founder and CEO Mike McDerment today telling users that the company is ready for its "next phase of growth".
Sliced Tech gains federal government clients, aims to grow its government and enterprise user base, reports David Hazan.
Oracle has released its clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
Small businesses, in particular, seem to have a fondness for the Facebook secret sauce.
Perth-based Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, Zettagrid, says its focus is offering fully automated cloud services, reports David Hazan.
Twitter promises it is working with organizations like Girls Who Code as well as historically black colleges and universities to diversify its workforce.
On the wireless front, AT&T performed well with 1 million net postpaid additions and a postpaid churn of 0.86. Wireless revenue was up 3.7 percent from a year ago.
Another busy day in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street after markets closed on Wednesday. Here's what happened in tech earnings.
As enterprise adoption of cloud solutions soars, IT leaders must recognize where vulnerabilities still exist, what improvements to push for, and how to reap the most value from available technologies.
Mobile processor giant Qualcomm said a regulatory investigation in China and licensees that aren't reporting sales of licensed products will hurt fourth quarter results.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg offered a succinct, if not humble, reflection in prepared remarks: "We had a good second quarter."
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