Intel's threat to pull its cross-licensing deal with AMD is unlikely to result in a shortage of AMD processors, experts say.
Symantec Tuesday announced Version 7.0 of its Altiris client and server management suite.
In an attempt to retain recession-hit companies seeking to opt out of their software maintenance contracts, Microsoft is cutting prices.
Microsoft says enterprises will self-host Windows Azure someday, as they now run Windows Server.
Intel is pushing its Atom processor every which way but one, yet tentative server testing is still occurring.
Few things will start an argument in a bar full of techies quicker than asking which hardware gives you more bang for the buck, Mac or PC?.
Weeks after making its case for why enterprises should dump Windows XP for Windows Vista, Microsoft talked up the merits of Windows 7.
Microsoft is testing the CPU designed for netbooks to instead power low-energy servers.
Marvell Technology touts a computer that is smaller and cheaper than a netbook.
Imagine bringing home a music CD from Best Buy and discovering that it will only play on some of your stereo equipment.
Microsoft last week made its best -- and perhaps final -- case as to why companies should consider upgrading to Windows Vista.
When ADNH Compass, a 17,000-employee catering company based in Abu Dhabi, decided to give its branch managers new PCs last year, it decided on netbooks.
Nvidia's Ion CPU-and-graphics platform, which the graphics chipmaker hopes can help loosen Intel's grip on the fast-growing netbook business.
Microsoft this week put forth its best case as to why corporations and large organizations should consider upgrading to Vista.