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Riverbed continues its makeshift garage sale, this time finding a buyer in Brocade.
Nevertheless, shareholders appeared to be at ease with LinkedIn's Q4 results as stock began to climb in after-hours trading.
Just last week, Symantec unveiled a new name for the information management spinoff: Veritas Technologies.
Tableau added 2,600 new customer accounts, producing $101.4 million in license revenue.
The two corporations will be jointly working on proof of concepts at the AT&T's Internet of Things Foundry located in Plano, Texas.
However, not all of Cisco's projections for global mobile growth rates are quite as dramatic.
ARM projects new devices sporting the technology unveiled today will hit the market by next year.
Founded in 2008, Amsterdam-based Immidio touts its BYOD approach as one that considers and values end user and IT needs equally.
VMware touted its OpenStack distribution will enable smaller IT departments with "little or no OpenStack or Linux experience" to deploy an OpenStack cloud within minutes.
UPDATED: Amazon will start breaking out AWS results starting with the first quarter earnings report of 2015.
Box further promised that users will be able to embed images by using the camera on an iPhone or iPad as well as directly from the photo library soon.
Digital Realty's Damien Spillane believes the deployment of datacentres through third-party providers will continue to grow as more data is accumulated due to the growth of the Internet of Things.
Facebook ended the year with roughly 1.39 billion monthly active users worldwide, up from 1.38 billion the previous quarter.
UPDATED: In preview mode for the moment, WorkMail is available for free via a 30-day trial, covering up to 25 users.
Mexico is considering the imposition of sanctions against Google over a possible breach of data protection law.
The Cancer Genomic Atlas will have a heavy information technology component as it crunches data to map the cancer genome.
Sponsored: Hardware problems account for more than half of database failures today.Noel Yuhanna, an analyst at Forrester Research, discusses various solutions andwhich one offers the highest availability.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Forrester Research.
Come behind the scenes at Westmead Children's Hospital to see how surgical staff are using IT to make their jobs easier.
CNET News.com's Joris Evers gets inside the first Joint Regional Intelligence Center, whose workforce is drawn from the FBI, Homeland Security and regional agencies. Our camera was allowed in for a visit from Michael Chertoff, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
At Hewlett-Packard's Imaging and Printing Conference in San Francisco on May 31, the company promised new printers, digital cameras and peripherals. Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president of HP's Imaging and Printing Group, said consumers don't want to study technology; they want to take and share photos.
John Chen sits down in a Face to Face interview with ZDNet editor-in-chief Dan Farber to talk about Sybase's high-end database, offered for free in a limited version to mainly small and midsize businesses. The CEO believes that as customer needs grow, they'll upgrade, paying Sybase for value-added tools that handle larger data sets, unstructured data, search, EII, federated databases and other functions.