The tectonic plates made big shifts in the enterprise IT world in 2015. ZDNet's lead editors across the US, UK, and Australia size up the year's most important tremors.
Vegas Red exploded onto the scene in November 2003. Vegas Red will simply blow you away with superb graphics, all the latest games...
The Prague-based company has about one-third of the global consumer antivirus market, and yet one of its biggest revenue drivers is a free product.
Yesterday the US Copyright Office decided what was - and wasn't - legal for people to be able to do with the devices they purchase. Let's take a look at the specifics.
The Hong Kong government is on the forefront of digital government, backing its push into apps, IoT, and digital IDs with a modernised legal framework.
Notable security news items for the week ending September 4, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
The gap between Windows and Linux system administrators is shrinking with Microsoft's support for OpenSSH.
Windows Phone is popular enough for makers of fake apps to target it, but shouldn't it be harder for them to make it into the store?
HP is the first manufacturer to agree to ship PCs running the Chinese-language Ubuntu Kylin OS.
A 3D printer in every home? The next industrial revolution? Our debaters struggle to separate fact from fiction.
There are app stores everywhere but how do we know which are the best ones? It's time to rethink how we measure success.
The Chinese-language Ubuntu Kylin OS has been downloaded more than one million times since its launch last year as the country looks to replace the soon to be unsupported Windows XP.
It's time to cull some of the spreadsheets that finance (and operational) executives are using. Cloud-based solutions can offer the audit trails, one-source-of-truth, collaboration and other features missing in solutions of yore.
The AFP has arrested a man who was allegedly using smartcards and decoders to hack into Foxtel's pay-TV service and provide it illegitimately to 8,000 people.
There's nothing wrong with holding onto those shrink-wrapped software boxes and hard copy licenses or is there? I think you have to look past the calls for its demise just because of what's on the calendar.
Taking NATO down for a week in 1999 put Serbian hackers on the map. This weekend the Balkan Computer Congress puts Balkan hackers firmly on the global stage at the first-ever Balkan hacker conference.
User interface work is consuming the R&D budgets of ERP vendors everywhere. Products designed for the client server or Web 1.0 world really need re-developing. Infor has gotten out front, but efforts by Sage, SAP and SumTotal are right behind them.
The French anti-piracy authority Hadopi recently published a report outlining possible measures to fight copyright infringement online that could see the organisation facing an overhaul. Others would rather it disappeared altogether.
Swipp is the latest launch from one of Silicon Valley's most successful teams.
A collection of notable new sex and technology news items. Covers innovation, legal issues, IP, privacy, controversies, business and more.