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Containers, converged networks and hardware commoditization will greatly influence your future cloud and datacenter strategy.
According to reports, the two tech giants entered into acquisition talks sometime in early spring, but apparently failed to reach a deal.
Fast growth has brought growing pains, but Anaplan is responding with its internal scalability improvements and enterprise architecture plans for app-lifecycle management.
A TechPro Research survey shows how large enterprises have little innovation faith in the business tech market. The IT pecking order is shifting, but the game isn't over.
Forrester still worries about OpenStack in the enterprise. For Best Buy, BMW, EBay, and Wal-Mart OpenStack is already mission-critical.
Research shows that budgets for marketing technology continue to grow, creating greater independence from the CIO and IT.
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, revealed that he's considering taking the company public.
PayPal is building up its One Touch checkout experience, connecting the dots between native mobile app and web experiences.
By cutting eBay Enterprise out of the e-commerce equation, Dick's CEO Ed Stack argues that the retailer can improve profits and control its omnichannel. Will the move work?
Dropbox reps stressed "this has been a planned transition" in the works for more than a year.
With the 1.0 release of Apache Drill and a new 1.2 release of Apache Hive, everything you thought you knew about SQL-on-Hadoop might just have become obsolete
Zuora, a business set up to help other businesses manage their online subscription models, said it plans to fully incorporate Frontleaf's employees and resources into its own engineering and sales teams.
The capital's tech entrepreneurs are attracting big backers and creating major businesses, even if they don't look quite how some might have expected.
Bookmaker Paddy Power has been using 'enterprise DevOps' to improve the speed of delivery and quality of its software. Here's how it works.
It's impressive how much the enterprise technology landscape has changed in just a year. While some priorities remain unchanged, important new players have emerged that business and IT leaders must consider in their plans this year.
While the digital collaboration space has been vibrant and interesting for at least a decade now, the last year has seen a variety of shifts, new players, and fresh directions that both technology and business leaders should track.
With so many IT disasters occurring every day, it's hard to pick the worst of the worst, but here are some real standout foul-ups.
Startup companies and big organizations are natural partners; however, potential pitfalls can cause problems. This presentation will help your corporate innovation efforts start on the right track!
An efficient supply chain can make the difference between leading a market and being left behind. This presentation shows how real-time analytics can help your supply chain respond dynamically to ever-changing customer needs.
CES is best known as a consumer electronics showcase, but there's an increasing focus on products that can have an impact on the enterprise. Here's a look at CES product launches that could have business impact.
2014 was a pretty rough year from a cybersecurity perspective. So that means that 2015 will be better, right? Right? Yeah, not so much. We'll tell you why.
We list the top Brazil-based technology employers sector professionals should know
Buried in between the lines of the major stories are tidbits you may have missed - often stories that are significant in their own right. Here's the rundown in 50 words or less.
We list the top Brazil-based technology employers sector professionals should know
And now, for your reading pleasure, we present the worst products and services and technology screw-ups of 2014.
Yes, it's Halloween of 2014, and we're here to revisit the technologies that are so frightening, they'll make you evacuate from multiple "interfaces".
In almost every security incident there's some best practice that someone didn't follow. Here are six security technologies and techniques that would help in these cases.
The GlobalFoundries semiconductor factory deal is only part of the recipe for Big Blue's ongoing survival. Here are a few other things that Armonk needs in order to maintain relevancy for the next decade and beyond.
LinkedIn has some cool features that brands can utilise to get their marketing message across, showcase their products and talent inside the organisation.
Six Clicks: Want to know more about the cloud's little known features? We highlight six useful features of cloud services.
Hurricane Sandy was a major test for New York City IT departments and the disaster recovery plans they put in place following 9/11. Here is some of the best DR advice from IT leaders whose companies survived it.
The 'I' in CIO may not stand for Innovation, but according to Brian Lillie, CIO of data center provider Equinix, it's still at the heart of the role. Watch our video interview to discover what else Lillie sees as vital for tomorrow's CIOs.
Optimizing customer processes is the top IT priority this year, says CBS Interactive industry analyst Angus Macaskill, who presented key findings from ZDNet's Asia IT Priorities 2013 survey which polled 1,236 respondents from Asia.
ZDNet's IT Priorities 2013 panel discussion debated the evolving role of CIOs in Asia as well as the role of ICT as a driver of innovation for organizations in this region.
With tech budgets set to go up 23 percent, companies are focusing more on customer processes and driving cost efficiency, and involving more C-level execs in IT decisions, reveals ZDNet Asia IT Priorities Survey 2013.
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.
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