SUSE's latest operating system release is for those who need a lightweight and secure operating system for their containerized and virtualized workloads.
The companies said travel in the new normal of work is going to require an ongoing feedback loop between enterprises and employees.
The new "Vaccination at Work" Journey comes as employers around the globe adapt to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and related regulatory requirements.
Some customers, especially in Europe or Asia-Pacific, are requesting extra executive input to close a software purchase.
CEO Satya Nadella said technology demand would remain strong as inflation picked up because it is a "deflationary force in an inflationary economy."
Microsoft almost blew much of the good will they've gotten from open-source developers, but now the company has reversed course.
APIs are the new normal. They offer a lot of potential, drive innovation, save cost, and allow developers to self-serve their needs. But there's a lot more to building great APIs than simply coding.
Companies are increasingly using technology to surveil their employees. But the camera does lie.
Many companies believe that technology is perfect for customer service communication. Often, though, it just isn't.
A call for 'developing metrics to assess goodness-of-data, better incentives for data excellence, better data education, better practices for early detection of data cascades, and better data access.'
'Technology leaders need to help business leaders see end-to-end complexities, recognize dependencies and drive best practices, not just keep the computers running.'
Microsoft is looking to improve the connectivity between its Power Platform tools and external record systems from Oracle and SAP with its Clear Software acquisition.
What's new in Windows 11? What are its minimum hardware requirements? When will your PC be eligible for the upgrade? We've got the answers to your Windows 11 questions.
'Because the IoT is a building block to digital business, EA and IoT architects will be critical to enable it to reach its full potential.'
A new Gartner survey gleaned insights from 273 people serving as directors or members of corporate boards of directors around the world.
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux's history to date.
Before Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Edge, there were Mosaic, Cello, and Viola.
Parallels Toolbox is an all-in-one solution with over 30 tools for macOS and Windows 10.
Parallels Toolbox 4.5 suite now supports M1-powered Macs, as well as introducing a revamped interface, and the addition of a customizable dashboard.
New features include Break Time, Unit Convertor, and Enhanced Search.
A clean install is the perfect way to get a fresh start with a Windows PC. Use this checklist to make sure you take care of the small details that make a big difference in productivity
If you need to navigate regularly between Linux and the Windows world, there are many applications that can make your job easier. We spotlight 21 quality applications that will pave the way.
We take a look at the top tech, cybersecurity, and authentication trends as revealed today by the Duo Security's 2019 Trusted Access Report, which includes data from 24 million devices, one million apps and services, and billions of authentications.
Get more done in Google Chrome, with this selection of hand-picked extensions from the Chrome Web Store. These free extensions allow you to do a variety of things, from taking screenshots to keeping your passwords safe. (Updated May 2019.)
Here are a handful of tricks to help you speed up your browser and make it use up fewer precious system resources. (Updated April 2019)
Every installation of Windows 10 includes a huge collection of built-in apps. Some are Universal apps that are updated from the Microsoft Store. Others are legacy apps that hang around because other programs expect them to be there. If you prefer a tidy system, many (but not all) of these apps can be uninstalled, especially if you prefer a third-party alternative. This gallery offers a comprehensive look at how to unclutter your copy of Windows 10.
Windows 10 version 1903, which will be officially dubbed the May 2019 Update, begins rolling out soon. Here are some of the new capabilities you can expect in yet another feature-packed semi-annual release. (This gallery is based on a near-final Insider Preview release.)
If you are a Google Chrome user, then you really should check out these amazing extensions that takes the browser and transforms it into a command center for getting serious work done. Here, you'll find extensions to boost performance and productivity, harden security, and even let you have a bit of fun!
If you are a Google Chrome user then you can give your productivity and performance a boost by equipping their browser with the right extensions. (Updated February 2019)
Facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
What is it with delivery companies that pretend to have tried to make a delivery when they haven't? Technological error? Or deceptive humans? Read more: https://zd.net/3ppyoIa
Chris Matyszczyk says new tech wants you to declare your brand allegiance on your windshield, to get faster service. Read more: https://zd.net/3yWiAO7
Chris Matyszczyk says this feature may be one of the most controversial ever seen in video conferencing. Read more: https://zd.net/3APKg8s
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with resident Microsoft guru Mary Jo Foley to talk about the Windows 11 highlights, what it means for everyone from hybrid workers to developers and IT pros, and all the between the lines items. Read more: https://zd.net/3h4RUDJ
In the dramatic close to over a decade of deliberation, the US Supreme Court decided copying some source code is fair use, if it makes a software interface work properly on a different platform. Did justices leave any ambiguity as to what that means in the long run? Because if they did, posits ZDNet’s Scott Fulton, they may have left open a major vulnerability in the nation’s copyright system – one that developers here and abroad could be eager to exploit. Read more: https://zd.net/3wPExhR
As cybersecurity threats continue to rise, keeping your information safe is a must. We've put together the best antivirus apps and systems for Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android to help you ensure you're safe on all your devices. Read more: http://zd.net/3rdDrtg
Chris Matyszczyk tells Karen Roby those who spend long hours videoconferencing every day have very strong feelings about the two main competitors. Read more: http://zd.net/3aMAE4h
Trying to figure out which VPN will work best for you? ZDNet's Beth Mauder sits down with David Gewirtz to break down the tests he has run and what data he's aggregated from across the internet to come up with the fastest VPN available in 2021. Read more: https://zd.net/3jXSRiv
ZDNet caught with Taylor Smith, chief marketing officer of Honeywell Productivity Solutions and Services, to talk about COVID-19 vaccine distribution, logistics, data and iterating to scale vaccinations. The goal is to create a playbook that can be used to distribute more COVID-19 vaccines. Read more: http://zd.net/2METoJs
IonQ CEO Peter Chapman argues that the road to adoption for quantum computing is happening faster than originally thought due to the cloud. Here's Chapman's take on adoption, enterprise applications, innovation, and the future developer. Read more: https://zd.net/2K0rjve
Whether you are responsible for a single Windows 10 PC or thousands of enterprise PCs, your challenges for managing updates are the same. Your goals are to install security updates promptly, manage feature updates intelligently, and prevent unexpected restarts from cutting into productivity.
This guide explains what machine learning is, how it is related to artificial intelligence, how it works and why it matters.
Fahim Siddiqui, senior vice president of IT at Home Depot, talks to Larry Dignan about how the retail giant adapted to a surge in online demand due to COVID-19, and how it developed new features and applications and put omnichannel plans to the test. Read more: https://zd.net/34PdUxr
Tom Siebel, CEO of C3.ai, talks to ZDNet's Larry Dignan about his company's partnership with Microsoft and Adobe, AI's role in solving for COVID-19 and remote education, the filter bubble, and where enterprise AI is headed. Read more: https://zd.net/2TBFesT