HPE CEO reveals the scale of the work needed to cleave HP in two and claims the experience has left it better prepared to help transform businesses.
Microsoft's high-end Office 365 E5 SKU for enterprise users -- which company officials are expecting to grow significantly Microsoft's subscription business -- will be available starting December 1, 2015.
Firms are choosing SaaS to serve core business needs, rather than just using it to augment existing on-premise software.
It's no secret that the enterprise app landscape is changing. Here are 10 apps that are poised to lead the future of work.
Despite considerable headwinds, Oracle and SAP have their own strategies for the future of applications. Here's how the two giants are approaching enterprise apps.
Oracle recognizes that it has to align with the 21st century marketplace. But how fast are they really moving? Fast enough? At enough scale? Are they doing it right? The answer to each of these is yes and no. Read on...
Equinix APAC director of cloud Eric Hui has predicted the number of cloud providers in Australia will increase over the next year as more businesses adopt cloud.
HP stipulated in Tuesday's report that the fourth quarter results include HP Enterprise businesses despite the split.
The dark fibre provider led by Bevan Slattery is acquiring media network company Cinenet, hoping to enter the US market and the digital media industry.
Following the raising of an oversubscribed AU$100 million last week, Australian-listed NextDC is seeking an additional AU$120 million to fund the construction of a datacentre in Melbourne and another in Brisbane.
Symantec President and CEO Michael Brown has said that openness and awareness is central when a user's privacy is traded away.
Cisco's CEO pegged Q1 as "a very strong quarter," driven especially by software and cloud strategies.
The graphics chip maker has been acting forcefully on its enterprise data center and machine learning ambitions frequently over the last year.
Michael Dell reveals his plans for the future of the soon-to-be-merged Dell/EMC -- touching on what will happen to overlapping products and services and how the company will serve the growing cloud market.
Oracle's cloud will be an option on Equinix's Cloud Exchange, which already hooks into AWS, Microsoft's Azure, Google and IBM's SoftLayer.
The Weather Company's data will give IBM's Watson and Internet of things efforts more heft. The deal will also give IBM more touch points in industries where GE Software plays.
Oracle's executive chairman doesn't mince words about the competition, paying credit to a few legacy veterans while brushing off others as irrelevant.
Microsoft is making organizational tweaks to its Cloud and Enterprise business unit, bringing closer together its enterprise software and cloud services products and teams.
Microsoft's search business has turned the corner and is finally profitable, and generated $1 billion in revenues during the company's first quarter of 2016.
While it's too early to tell whether two recent technology mergers -- Dell & EMC and Western Digital & SanDisk -- will lead to long-term bliss, the industry has suffered its share of disastrous marriages. Here are the worst of the worst.