Enterprises today worry about cost, complexity and skills when managing their ICT infrastructure, but these are not the only factors driving their business environment.
With the rise of IT consumerization and cloud services, organizations are increasingly pressured to meet demands from employees, customers, and business partners for pervasive access to corporate applications and data. What new challenges will this present for both small and large enterprises?
Panelists at the ZDNet TechBizz panel discussion in Singapore discussed how emerging industry trends today have impacted an organization's ICT decisions.
Russian Twitter bot activity went up by 286 percent shortly after the release of the Mueller Report.
Twitter fined the same sum last week. LinkedIn was blocked inside Russia's borders in 2016 for the same offense.
Leak originated at two third-party companies that had collected Facebook data on their own servers.
Company taking steps to add more transparency to its News Feed algorithms.
Stadia platform will let you play games on Google's servers but beam high-quality video feeds to your own devices.
Most photos, songs, and videos uploaded to the site between 2003 and 2015 are lost for good, site said.
Dropbox quietly introduced earlier this month a new device limit for free accounts.
Facebook said the malicious extensions were installed by more than 63,000 users.
Lawsuit comes after British authorities sentenced the hacker to two years and eight months in prison for the same attacks.
Amazon DocumentDB fully-managed document database service supports MongoDB workloads.
Multibillion-dollar deal expected to boost DXC Technology's digital transformation capabilities.
SK Telecom and Sinclair Broadcast Group will invest $33 million into a joint venture that will develop solutions based on the ATSC 3.0 standard.
The company expects a threefold increase in sales for 2018; devises plan to boost cloud-focused training for resellers.
Drone rental marketplace Up Sonder goes national
The service provider will plans to expand internationally through the funding and expertise of its new shareholder.
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