If you don't use a password to unlock your computer, smartphone, or tablet, most encryption software won't protect your private or proprietary data if the device is lost or stolen.
Oracle fixed a number of critical security flaws in Java with the latest update, but it's still too slow to patch and attackers will continue to take advantage.
Google is already a leading provider of mapping services, but it snatched up Waze because social mapping is smarter and more useful than just getting from Point A to Point B.
It’s easy to get bogged down in debates over which is mobile provider is best. All that matters is which provider best serves your particular needs.
Microsoft finally releases an Office version for iOS, making the iPhone even more viable as a productivity device.
Security experts share their insight and opinion on the June Patch Tuesday security bulletins from Microsoft.
HP rolled out new tools designed to work with Salesforce and Good Technology and help business users get more done.
A new survey from Tripwire explores whether risk management is more science, or art.
Box introduced $rev—a new app ecosystem designed to help monetize enterprise apps.
There are only five security bulletins scheduled for next week, but one is a Critical update for Internet Explorer.
Between Outlook, and the rest of the new features with Windows 8.1, Windows RT tablets will be much more attractive to both businesses and consumers.
Microsoft has made sweeping changes and added a variety of new features to Windows 8.1 that make it a better OS for business users and IT admins.
Microsoft announced that Lync and Skype can now share contacts and presence information, but there’s still work to be done to integrate them fully.
Some users may be salivating over the possibility that Apple will make iOS more open, but there are potential negative consequences as well.
The tepid response to the news that BBM will be available for iOS and Android should be a wake up call for Microsoft and its strategy for Microsoft Office.