Weeks after the ransomware attack that rippled across the globe, companies are still trying to deal with the damage.
Microsoft has put its Paint app on the chopping block, and goodbye Outlook Express and EMT in the Fall Creators Update.
According to the research firm, infrastructure-as-a-service spending in Asia Pacific excluding Japan will exceed that of software-as-a-service for the first time in 2017.
With support from ANZ and NAB, Stone & Chalk has headed south, partnering with SproutX to launch its Melbourne-based agriculture and finance technology accelerator hub.
The Chief Information Officer at SAP offers leadership advice for moving beyond infrastructure to enabling innovation and delivering value through partnership and collaboration with business stakeholders. It's real advice from a genuine CIO practitioner.
A new Maritime Broadband Radio system is being rolled out to help ships and planes communicate in the event of an oil spill.
From Microsoft to Lenovo -- many companies are betting big on artificial intelligence, and they're applying it in a range of ways. But while it does help them accomplish different tasks, it might also have some unintended consequences, like the automation of all human jobs within the next century.
Steve Jobs never left anyone in any doubt as to what was on his mind, and thanks to hundreds of hours of keynotes, speeches, and interviews, we can get an insight into what he might think about the current state of the company he founded.
Intel complains that Qualcomm's request to bar the import of Intel-powered iPhones into the US would "cause significant harm to the public interest."
Survey shows software is delivered faster and more effectively in organizations with both strong cloud and DevOps cultures.
Mainstream processors are Intel's bread-and-butter, but declining PC sales are putting the squeeze on the company. But Intel is turning to an old trick to get people to interested in its next-generation silicon.