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Snowden's email of choice may be capitulated.
Chinese search giant Baidu is facing a chorus of complaints for allegedly stealing online video content from rivals, resulting in a 300 million yuan (US$48.9 million) lawsuit against the Internet company.
Users will be able to print documents at remote locations, but the cost and volume of the printing will be monitored by managed-print service administrators.
Red Hat's moves are part of an effort to gain a stronger foothold in one of the enterprise software industry's hottest segments.
Amazon.com is getting the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages on Sundays to its customers, adding an additional facility to help it compete in the Internet retail market.
Even a banner week like this week does not necessarily indicate a bubble.
When BNSF picks Office 365.
Here are the four things you need to focus on to turn anywhere you go into a productive work environment.
Third-party software support provider Rimini Street is moving ahead with its expected plans for an initial public offering, even as it awaits a showdown in court with Oracle.
Data can be made unavailable even when it's stored offline, EMC says.
Microsoft offers Azure customers ability to transfer their data offline to and from Azure storage accounts using hard disk drives.
Enterprises and service providers are looking beyond collections of boxes and toward virtual data centers that are better at growing and changing, and now application services such as security and acceleration are about to fit into that picture as well.
IT hosting company Rackspace is upgrading its OpenStack-based servers across the board with faster processors as well as more memory and network bandwidth.
Microsoft is hoping to differentiate its Dynamics CRM (customer relationship management) software from the likes of Salesforce.com with a new set of 18 industry templates that fit the application to verticals including sports management, health care and more specialized areas such as prison inmate data.
With its powerful data mining capabilities, Hadoop is bringing together people across different places and even across different generations.