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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has made no secret of its desire to push further into big data, and on Tuesday it announced two key new offerings.
Digital transformation may promise critical benefits for the companies undertaking it, but it's also delivering a major boost to IT spending around the world.
Nutanix has snapped up a couple of companies, PernixData and Calm.io, to extend its enterprise cloud platform.
Big data is best known for its volume, variety and velocity -- collectively referred to as the "3 Vs" -- and all three of those traits make security an elusive goal. Targeting companies grappling with that challenge, the Cloud Security Alliance on Friday released a new report offering 100 best practices.
Dropbox is asking users who signed up before mid-2012 to change their passwords if they haven’t done so since then.
Companies today are awash in data, but current tools and processes are not enabling them to keep it secure. That's according to Informatica CEO Anil Chakravarthy, whose says his company is embarking on a major push to go further into data security.
Cable-authenticated TV apps provide a secret stash of free video (we'll show you how to find them).
Opera's free VPN for all is now on Android with added features including a Wi-Fi network security test.
Cloud computing is changing the demands on networks more quickly than ever. Now researchers say it’s possible to program routers all the way down to their packet-forwarding chips in the quest to keep up.
Amazon's rumored music streaming service is all about hooking in to the rest of the Amazon universe.
The goal is to track every plant, product and person associated with the production and sale of marijuana and maintain legal compliance.
Bots are all the rage. Here's what real estate tech company Trulia learned from building one.
Dell’s massive acquisition of EMC reportedly has passed legal muster in China, clearing what is expected to be its last hurdle.
Netflix's vast video library makes it easy to cut the cord, but you can't see what's available unless you use its native app.
Cisco Systems plans to lay off about 7 percent of its global workforce in a restructuring that will see it further focus on hot IT areas such as the Internet of things, security, collaboration, next-generation data centers and the cloud.