Microsoft announced that it is loosening the Office 2013 licensing in response to customer complaints.
The Evernote hack is just the latest breach illustrating the need for two-factor authentication. Evernote is smart to take action.
The ‘bring your own device’ revolution is invading workplaces nationwide, and whether you’re an IT admin or an employee, you must be ready to handle the growing pains.
The new QualysGuard connector conducts vulnerability scans of virtual servers in the Amazon Cloud.
What if Apple created an amazing wristwatch that functioned as your mobile productivity hub? Here's one vision of a would-be 'iWatch'.
The latest McAfee Threats Report illustrates increasing threat of mobile malware, especially those targeting Android devices.
Microsoft may be pushing a little too hard to make Office 2013 an impractical, less appealing option than Office 365.
Speculation is rampant about an Apple smartwatch. Here are three possible concepts.
Microsoft isn't showing IT admins much love this Valentine's Day week with 12 new security bulletins.
The rebirth of the BlackBerry brand offers compelling reasons for customers to remain loyal. Then again, that's not enough for everyone.
Dell is going private with the help of $2 billion from Microsoft. What does this mean for them, and the future of the PC industry?
Kaspersky aims for its new product to consolidate and simplify computer security for small businesses.
Contrary to Steve Ballmer’s assertion that Office for iOS isn't needed, it would be a huge win for Microsoft.
State-sponsored cyber threats generally don't target private businesses, but that doesn’t mean they can't harm you or your company.
Microsoft is offering the new Office suite in two versions, but it has stacked the deck to make your buying decision a no-brainer.