The region has become an autonomous business unit.
The region has become an autonomous business unit.
Learn the two watershed moments for IT in the military over the past 50 years and the four most important domains of cybersecurity, according to former DoD chief Robert Gates at Gartner Symposium.
Three top industry analysts examine Oracle, its position in the market, and relationship to competitors such as Workday and SAP.
Brexit turned a flat IT spending year into one with a modest loss, but 2017 is looking more solid, according to Gartner.
Security has become a core value and a major business driver for Cisco. At Gartner Symposium, CEO Chuck Robbins explained what that means for IoT, open architecture, and the way it builds products.
As the headliner for Gartner Symposium 2016, the Microsoft CEO talked about the future of AI, the cloud, Windows, and what he plans to do with Linkedin.
Smart cities promise to streamline communications, improve the lives of citizens, and save energy and money. This guide looks at the emergence of smart city technologies and how they’re working so far....
Horizon Discovery has just embarked on a massive overhaul of the IT estate underpinning its commercial operations. Now, it plans to do the same for the science side of its business.
Gartner opened its 2016 Symposium and ITxpo by telling technology leaders 'it's time to build again' and this time it's about laying the foundation for a better digital society.
The electronics firm is confident about its entry in the local consumer market through a joint venture with Brazilian company Semp: "It's a good moment to invest in Brazil."
Tech is still missing out on some of the brightest and best: here are a few ideas on what needs to change.
Company veteran Wei Yao takes the helm
The airline industry is plagued by legacy systems and single points of IT failure. How'd we get here? Mergers, bankruptcy restructurings, and falling behind the cloud curve.
It's okay. You don't have to read this article today. Or even tomorrow. But if you don't read it soon, it could be too late. It's October, which means it's time for some scary stories.
More than 700 security experts from government agencies, banks, cloud companies, battle fictional cyber-foes.
Businesses with teams across the globe could bolster their balance, ditch the travel expenses and use video conferences instead according to new research.
Because sometimes you're in your fifth dev meeting, the beta still isn't done, and you're both tired AND hungry.
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.
These entrepreneurs bet their future on a TV reality show ... and won big.
The Newton's Cradle is fine. Really. It is. Unless you consider these ...
From Leo DiCaprio to Magic Johnson, these celebrities know exactly where to put their money.
The sheer beauty of these will make you weep with envy.
Samsung on Feb. 23 opened its New York Meatpacking District "cultural destination, digital playground and marketing center of excellence" to the public. It's worth the trip just don't wonder about the returns.
With an ongoing recession, Brazilian CIOs will need to make ends meet. ZDNet talks to research country manager for Brazil at Gartner, Cassio Dreyfuss, about key trends for those of charge of technology for the new year.
From hack attacks to the king of Macs, we learned some pretty deep truths in 2015
A look back at the hot topics, major deals, and the technological breakthroughs of the year -- from security to product launches, and the year's successes and catastrophes.
Apple's iPad is an impressive piece of technology. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of it as a business tool.
Think unicorn companies are impressive? Take a look at these. That's a lot of zeros, folks.
A look at big tech names that were miraculously rescued from the dustbin of history.
Having trouble launching in Silicon Valley? Time to whip out your passport
Usually, annoying bits of bloatware just take up precious space. But you won't begrudge these one byte.
Blue Prism CEO Alastair Bathgate explains his approach to automating work processes, the role of software and the impact on the enterprise workforce.
What role should industry qualifications and accreditations play in keeping IT workers skills' fresh?
In March, 70 percent of British tech bosses supported remaining in the EU. Here's why.
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.
It's not just about which smartphones to buy...
Cloudera chief architect Doug Cutting talks about the in-memory and cloud-related tech that will soon allow Hadoop to squeeze more value from big data.
Is there really a skills crisis? It depends on your perspective.
WANdisco says its technology can help companies transfer data to the cloud without interrupting their business.
Logitech's cylindrical ConferenceCam Connect delivers high-quality HD video conferencing for groups of up to six people. Useful extras include battery-powered operation and wireless screen mirroring for compatible mobile devices.
As long as you find the cloud integration useful rather than intrusive, this is a much-improved version of Acrobat with better access to its powerful tools.
ViewSonic's VX2880ml is a well-specified 28-inch UltraHD (4K) display that delivers good performance at a reasonable price.
Microsoft is not known for educational computing tools, but with Office Mix it's turning PowerPoint into a tool for building online lessons.
The largest and heaviest all-in-one PC we've ever seen, the BigTouch may find a niche in some presentation, classroom or signage situations. However, the price is almost as eye-watering as the system when you try to lift it.
Microsoft's ISA server has grown a loyal following over the years. The recently released Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 (TMG) is the newest prodigy in this lineage.
The appliance format of the Kbox 1000 puts a new slant on systems management, making the process significantly easier, quicker and more affordable compared to traditional software-only solutions.
Toshiba, who built one of the world's first notebooks, clearly has a head start in the race to put a laptop on every desk. The AU$1,210 Satellite M300 is a step in the right direction, being a modest, yet high quality desktop replacement at a reasonable price.
Remote access software that is easy to install, has great features and most importantly, it just works.
At AU$999, the DreamBook Light 350S is one of the cheapest notebooks money can buy. You get what you pay for, however.
The A33E is a reasonable notebook for those on a budget, but its dearth of features and low battery life when compared to some of its competitors is undoubtedly a deterrent.
The VAIO FJ68GP/W continues Sony's tradition of stylish, feature-rich notebooks. Its performance is also impressive, making it a great choice for those with an AU$2000 budget.
For users on a budget, the Dimension 3100 has most of its bases covered despite there being alternatives that provide superior value for money.
Despite its extremely affordable price and logical design, the M50 fails to stand out in terms of performance, features or battery life.
The HP Compaq Presario V4114AP is a notebook aimed at the consumer market with an eye more towards budget than blazing performance.