From turkey hatcheries to prawn farms, users are finding unique ways to use technology to monitor their situations.
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Don’t think email security is important? Here are six everyday scenarios where many businesses loosely send sensitive and confidential content and files over unsecure email.
Take a look back at the best of the Photoshopped speculation surrounding one of the most-hyped tech devices.
A trip down memory lane, tracing major milestones in the evolution of the desktop environment.
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Our ongoing timeline of the biggest and most interesting network industry M&A deals
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The open source world's most notorious characters.
Microsoft usually makes small purchases, but occasionally those small purchases pay off huge.
Microsoft has announced its biggest reorganidation in years, and a lot of the new leaders have backgrounds in consumer businesses. Here's who's running the show.
Below is the prepared text of the commencement address by Drew Houston '05, the CEO of Dropbox, for MIT's 147th commencement held June 7, 2013.
Transcript of technologist/philanthropist Melinda Gates' commencement address to Duke University graduates.
Nearly two dozen products have been selected as Best of Interop finalists, with winners set to be announced on May 7 during the annual Interop Las Vegas conference.
The enterprise storage picture is changing fast as resources are abstracted through virtualization, new computing options like cloud are embraced, and companies search for ways to extract more value out of the data they already are swimming in, even as more arrives in the guise of big data.
2012 has been a year of re-invention among the tech industry’s biggest players, with Microsoft overhauling many of its key product lines, most notably Windows, while also boldly entering the hardware market with Surface tablets. HP slashed its workforce as CEO Meg Whitman reshaped an industry icon that has gone through many shifts in recent years. The transformation to the cloud continued practically unabated (save for those pesky outages!) and suddenly every company seemed to be a software defined something or other, or was snapping up an SDN company.