Bring your own device means workers are dictating hardware choices.
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The post-PC era changes everything, including how the enterprise IT department approaches its work...
Online retail giants continue to tackle what could be the one thing holding them behind brick-and-mortar stores: instant gratification.
Despite its cost and surfeit of features, Microsoft Office retains a clear lead in enterprise productivity software.
This week's peek back into Apple's history features the introduction of Mac TV, a recollection of a time when Apple trail-blazed the multimedia market with CD-ROM drives, and a dollop of context.
Having a mobile app doesn't mean a company is truly taking advantage of the mobility boom, and those that continue to do so will be left behind, according to IBM.
Look out Xbox, PS4, and Wii! The first of Valve's SteamOS Linux-powered gaming system prototypes will soon be in a few lucky users hands. Then, in 2014, multiple vendors will be selling Steam Machine PCs and gaming consoles.
Indonesians can't wait for LTE service as 3G standards have failed to bring the quality as everyone expected, and there are high hopes the upcoming APEC Summit will lead to commercial the launch of 4G services by December.
In its next move in making Linux the top gaming operating system, Valve is releasing its own Linux distribution, SteamOS.
Everything and anything will be connected to the Internet -- and each other. So what? Industry experts discuss at the second annual Techonomy Detroit conference.
Under Steve Ballmer, Microsoft solidified its stronghold on enterprise solutions. But what challenges will his successor face?
Dire warnings and posts on privacy and security regularly appear in our Facebook feed, shared by people that believe they are true. Here is a round up of the hoaxes that are shared the most. They are all fake.
We asked ZDNet readers how much free reign their businesses allow their employees, and the results found that not only do senior staffers generally have access to whatever corporate data they like while on the go, there isn't a security policy in place half the time.
Although many companies today are struggling to apply social media to the way they operate, a successful new crop of 'collaborative economy' startups seems to show that traditional business will be fundamentally transformed instead.
The NSA surveillance scandal and the passing of hacker Barnaby Jack are both reminders that the label "geek" has been hijacked by vast dull herds of consumer wannabes.
It's obvious to all observers that Microsoft is in a state of transition and transformation. Ballmer has declared that now that there is 'One Microsoft.' E Pluribus Unum, dude. What's the next move?