From the opening Keynote address to the closing of the show, Dell is different-in a good way. It's a brave new Dell and you should find out why.
There are no sacred cows to someone who believes that consumer devices and self-service IT are the keystones of the new business model. IT Apologist Ken Hess takes on Consumerization and BYOD.
Disney's Chief Technology Officer, Andy Hendrickson and I discussed the extreme tech behind Big Hero 6. When you think robots, don't think Asimov or Transformers; think Big and watch for the blinks.
Protecode's special infographic gives you a roadmap to open source license selection.
Obliterase, the data erasure and decommissioning company, announced that it has completed Spiceworks' Built in program and launched its fully Spiceworks integrated app.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 is available today. And with it SLES 12 brings several significant new features and extensions to the desktop and to the datacenter.
If you've wished for a single tool to manage all your space, Spacemonger might fill the bill and it does it for less than a twenty dollar bill.
SilverDraft and Micron create a winning combination for filmmakers and video production professionals who need extreme performance technology.
The Pi Vessel is a B+ Raspberry Pi-based computer enhanced with an indestructible case, power, and more disk space. It's better than your average Pi.
Although there were three major announcements during Spiceworld 2014's keynote, the App Center took all the bacon.
In a world where users rule, Spiceworks carries the torch and leads the way. Keynote speaker and Spiceworks CEO Scott Abel makes significant announcements about product enhancements that you don't want to miss.
I spent an enjoyable afternoon in my element working with a server and a new-fangled hard drive: the Plextor M6e PCIe SSD.
How long does it take to reach the top of your game in the IT business? The answer might depend on how much you schmooze and network. But it helps to know a few things along the way too.
I know it isn't released yet and it's too late for Apple to fix the iPhone 6, but Apple has the opportunity to correct old mistakes (and new ones) at the same time for the iPhone 7.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer developers mulled changing the name of Internet Explorer to something else? Sure, that would work. Not.
I think the Chromebook is going to give Apple a bit more competition than first assumed. Consumers, schools, and businesses are buying Chromebooks instead of more expensive devices. This could put new pressure on Apple to create a cheap device.