The new site will cater for growing cloud computing demand from local businesses.
The new site will cater for growing cloud computing demand from local businesses.
Microsoft is planning to make its internally-used 'white-box fuzzing' bug-detection service available to external customers and partners.
Development skills are more critical than ever to keep enterprises competitive, but roles increasingly require a dash of business savvy and leadership abilities as well.
Amazon's Alexa Prize is a $2.5m hunt for a bot that can talk about sports and celebrity gossip 'coherently and engagingly'.
Google has renamed Google Apps to G Suite. Yeah. Explain that to your users. In this not-really-a-rant rant, David Gewirtz explains how so many product name changes can be a complete and total pain for customers, IT folk, and even purchasing agents.
Rigid storage platforms could become a single, universal solution for all a company's storage requirements thanks to the cloud.
The AWS service is aimed at applications that need vast amounts of parallel compute, like seismic analysis and genomics.
If all goes to plan, AWS will be the first hyperscale cloud provider to have infrastructure in all three of the EU's biggest economies.
As both business leadership and investment in technology grows outside the IT department in a era of large generational technology shifts, CIOs are considering new ways to think about the nature and role of IT
Google isn't just consolidating its end-user cloud services, it's integrating them into a smarter, more useful cloud office suite.
Two years ago, Salesforce was Microsoft's big buddy, and possibly even a Redmond takeover target. Now it's trying to derail Microsoft's LinkedIn deal with anti-competition claims. What happened?
Google has combined its various cloud services under the Google Cloud brand, but moves to partner with integrators and embed engineers with customers are more noteworthy.
The company rolled out Cloud Machine Learning in beta, as well as G Suite, a series of productivity apps powered by machine intelligence.
"We're the full power of Google in the Cloud," said Google Cloud chief Diane Greene on Thursday.
Developing Asian nations are embarking on net new infrastructure projects that involve open source technology, says Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst, who expects the region to remain its fastest-growing.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared a series of pictures from the social network's datacenter site up near the Arctic Circle in Sweden.
With more businesses and applications moving data to the cloud, even small outages can be devastating. By studying the worst cloud fails, we can find clues to avoiding problems in the future
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux's history to date.
The most recent Summer Olympiad staked its place in history as the competition with the highest levels of digital engagement than any previous Olympic Games. We look at some of the key technology numbers behind the Rio events.
Many professionals find themselves working on both Macs and PCs. If your work requires you to jump back and forth between Windows and Mac systems, here are some apps that will make your life easier.
Survey Monkey has released its list of the most popular downloaded apps in the US on iOS and Android for the first six months of 2016. Pokemon Go was released in July so did not make it here.
IBM is betting that its cloudMatrix software will enable it to make a pivot from a systems integrator to a services integrator.
At about 50 miles from the Arctic Circle, the frequent -25C (-13F) winter temperatures make the question of how to keep equipment racks cool less of an issue for the Hydro 66 datacenter.
From hack attacks to the king of Macs, we learned some pretty deep truths in 2015
From Anthony Weiner-style pics to simply hitting the caps-lock key at the wrong time, these communication blunders could cost you big.
Which apps are key if you move to a location far, far away from your employer's central office?
With digital transformation at the top of the agenda for many organizations, the winds of change are in the air in tech departments. Here are some vital currents in the industry that IT leaders should keep in mind this year.
With the 2016 Presidential election season right around the corner, 16 Republican hopefuls have launched their campaigns, and their Web sites. In this gallery, ZDNet's David Gewirtz explores the candidates sites (and their chances).
Earlier this month, New Horizons joined the US space agency's many dozens of other far-flung unmanned probes that are already gathering a combined 30 terabytes of data daily from the near and far reaches of our solar system.
ZDNet's Natalie Gagliordi talks with Louisville-based, Kentucky, Pappy & Company about how the small e-commerce operation utilizes a range of cloud-based software and Web applications to manage the daily needs of their business.
Check out ZDNet and TechRepublic's special feature, Cloud Computing: Moving to IaaS, for guidance on choosing the right IaaS partners, avoiding cloud pitfalls and original research on cloud trends.
The fallout from the U.K. leaving the EU is just starting. Here's a look at how large cloud computing vendors may be affected. Get ready for the pause in U.K. data center build-outs.
If you use modern cloud services, this extra layer of security can dramatically reduce the risk of a hostile takeover. Here's how to get started.
We discuss startup-driven economic development with Cintrifuse CEO Wendy Lea; Charity Water CEO Scott Harrison explains how transparency and tech revived enthusiasm for philanthropy; and ZDNet's Larry Dignan discusses Apple, Google I/O, and Sapphire.
WANdisco says its technology can help companies transfer data to the cloud without interrupting their business.
Revolv promised "lifetime subscriptions" for buyers of its home automation hub. Then Google's Nest Labs bought the company and killed the product. What rights do customers have?
Some vendors would have you use calendar software and proprietary room panels to book meeting rooms and hot desks, but Smartway2 mixes the cloud with mobile apps to let you do it all from a tablet or your smartphone.
This cloud-based small-business accounting service provides a well-planned set of tools for staying on top of your finances and streamlining the processes involved.
Microsoft is developing a set of cloud-based tools for managing and deploying session virtualisation servers, allowing you to publish and share apps on Windows, iOS, Android, OS X and (soon) Windows Phone devices. We take the beta for a test drive.
A quicker and slicker new app for the online Xero accounting service adds automatic reconciliation of bank accounts, allowing Android users to stay on top of their finances.
After a week of using Office 2013 we're pleasantly surprised. The changes Microsoft has made to support Windows 8 — and specifically Windows 8 tablets — are logical, and they work well with more traditional ways of using Office.
Version 3.0 of Microsoft's cloud-hosted management platform is now available, adding support for mobile devices — including iPhones, iPads and Android.
Xero is an affordable online accounting service that delivers key bookkeeping functionality for small businesses in an admirably straightforward way.
A big step up from Actinic Express, which it replaces, Actinic Online delivers everything an SME requires to build and run an online store via the cloud. It's not perfect, but it is affordable and worth evaluating if you need to start selling online.
Cortado's ThinPrint Printer Dashboard is a potentially useful cloud application for monitoring the printers on your network. We had a few issues in this review, which hopefully will be addressed in a forthcoming update.
A usable small-business accounting service that's quick to configure and easy to learn, the initial release of QuickBooks Online lacks a number of features important in this market.
Microsoft's cloud-based systems management service makes life simple for SMEs. There's no need for additional infrastructure, and complex tools can be wrapped in a way that makes them accessible even for part-time IT professionals.
As an occasional extra for users of Microsoft's desktop Office 2010 suite, Office Web Apps is just about acceptable. However, it requires further development if it's to become a workable standalone solution.
A rapidly maturing cloud-based office suite, Zoho Business is a good choice for small organisations looking for an online alternative to Microsoft Office. However, there's still room for improvement.
Fast deployment, browser-based management and the ability to protect any internet-connected Windows PC are the key selling points of this revamped hosted security service. It's Windows only and has one or two rough edges, but compares well with other small-business solutions.
Zoho Writer 2.0 provides one of the richest feature sets of any online word processor, now more accessible thanks to an interface revamp. And, of course, it's free.