At Box's second annual developer day, the cloud wunderkind kicks off the event with one of tech's stalwart executives.
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EMC CEO Joe Tucci said that aside from woes in China and Russia the company wasn't "executing as crisply as we had expected."
VMware is a cloud enabler, but the business model reflects an enterprise software model of yesteryear that's highly lucrative.
As part of the rollout, HP dangles the Envy x360, a large 2-in-1 that may appeal to business users.
Only less than one percent of Android devices have been found to have a Potentially Harmful App (PHA) installed, according to Google.
The search company reported a net income of $21 million -- down from $312 million during the same quarter last year.
According to data compiled by MapLight, Google spent the most it has ever on lobbying federal agencies and Congress. It still trails the likes of AT&T, Verizon and Comcast though.
VMware, unlike other tech vendors, didn't take a large hit from currency fluctuations.
The changes, which focus on 'balancing content,' could mean that publishers and marketers will see diminished referral traffic going forward.
The Secretary of Homeland Security addresses the growing number of attacks on cyber networks and the potential repercussions on the economy and national security.
The old IT culture wanted other corporate departments to back off and let specialists do their work. Now, IT security is front and center from boardrooms to the Oval Office, according to Intel.
The microblogging site is taking some bold steps to stave off the cyberbullying that has made Twitter a breeding ground for ruthless internet trolls.
And here's how you can get that power back...
Under Armour's connected fitness revenue is a small portion of the overall revenue pie in the first quarter, but CEO Kevin Plank said the strategy will be outlined more in September.
The security rollout marks Good's first implementation of a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and secure key storage for enterprise mobility management.