By ZDNet Staff
| February 11, 2014 -- 06:33 GMT (22:33 PST)
| Topic: Data Centers
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Data integration issues still impede digital progress, survey shows
Survey says data integration is more of a struggle than ever. Standards to the rescue?
Google to invest $13 billion in new US data centers, offices
The expansion will give Google a presence in 24 states all together, as it continues to grow at a faster pace outside of the Bay Area than in it.
NetApp Q3 earnings fare well, but sales light as enterprises tap spending brakes
The Federal government shutdown in the U.S. caused big customers to pare back spending, said NetApp CEO George Kurian.
Cisco's warning: Patch this default Network Assurance Engine password bug
When changing the default admin password doesn't actually change the password at all.
Some GPS receivers may malfunction on or after April 6
Dell EMC bolsters all-flash storage lineup
Hackers wipe US servers of email provider VFEmail
Hackers did not ask for a ransom. VFEmail described the incident as "attack and destroy."
Megaport says APAC has turned corner as overall revenue and net loss grows
Revenue is growing 72 percent year on year, as net loss slips by almost a quarter.
Coles partners with SAP for its digital transformation
Coles will implement SAP's S/4HANA, Ariba, and SuccessFactors platforms into its back office.