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The newly minted public company now has an additional 200,000 premium domain names to offer users of its small merchant web hosting service.
Deploying Kubernetes apps on the same clusters as other services should become easier through a collaboration between Google and Mesosphere.
From the Atlas security project, to Ambari 2.0 and SequenceIQ, Hadoop veteran and Hortonworks co-founder Arun Murthy discusses some big-data themes of the moment.
Only less than one percent of Android devices have been found to have a Potentially Harmful App (PHA) installed, according to Google.
The Secretary of Homeland Security addresses the growing number of attacks on cyber networks and the potential repercussions on the economy and national security.
The old IT culture wanted other corporate departments to back off and let specialists do their work. Now, IT security is front and center from boardrooms to the Oval Office, according to Intel.
Unveiled ahead of the annual RSA Conference this week, the common thread between these updates maintains a strong emphasis on content shared between employees and mobile devices.
The data-warehousing provider introduced the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2800, expanded Teradata QueryGrid integrations, and an enhancement to the Teradata database.
NetApp, together with Fujitsu, recently installed a range of flash storage arrays in the National Computational Infrastructure's supercomputer, Raijin, boosting its total raw storage capacity to 44 petabytes.
Cloud shakes up another staid space: "assume that your traditional technology provider will soon be dead."
What if we all had the option of voting electronically using a mobile device or personal computer instead of at a poll station?
Just a few weeks ago, SanDisk cut its revenue outlook, attributing the lower expectations to product qualification delays, weaker enterprise sales and pricing.
Nevertheless, Netflix soared in after hours trading thanks to beating another very important target: new subscriber additions.
Birst CEO Jay Larson acknowledged in prepared remarks that some observers might be confused given that the two companies are "typically seen as competitors."
A modernised Census aims to minimise door-to-door collection and replace a "hierarchy" of field staff with online engagement.