Although BlackBerry Ltd has extricated itself from the smartphone handsets that weighed on its recent fortunes, the Canadian firm faces a tough slog to convince skeptics it can return to its glory days through an enlarged software business.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled its Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone as it battles to regain the market leadership it lost to Apple Inc after the embarrassing withdrawal of the fire-prone Note 7s.
As networks become increasingly complex, adding such things as wireless connectivity, cloud services, BYOD, and the Internet of Things, they present increasing opportunities for compromise.
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk hinted that he is working on a new startup focusing on brain-computer interface, part of his vision to help humans keep up with machines.
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The cloud has completely won. It has won in every industry and will continue to win in every industry — Zach Nelson, NetSuite CEO.
Microsoft has recently released an updated version of their cloud-powered Windows Defender protection service to defend enterprises from increasingly sophisticated cyber terrorism attacks.
Ericsson Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report 2015 details company’s performance in responsible business; energy, environment and climate change; and communication for all.
“Soft” skills such a proficiency in Microsoft Office and PowerPoint, remain vitally important for success in the workplace.
Network and endpoint security provider, Sophos, recently launched Sophos Clean, the latest addition to its Enduser protection portfolio of advanced malware detection, remediation and removal software.
Technology security firm Symantec Corp said it would buy privately held cyber security company Blue Coat for $4.65 billion (3.27 billion pounds) in a cash deal that will ramp up Symantec’s enterprise security business.
Microsoft and the Department of Education (DepEd) are working together to provide all 47,000 public schools access to technology that can enhance learning in the classroom.
Oracle Corp was sued on Wednesday by a former senior finance manager who claimed she was terminated in retaliation for complaining about improper accounting practices in Oracle’s cloud services business.
As the threats faced by consumers, businesses and countries continue to grow, the need for smart security solutions that incorporate silicon and software becomes even more important.
An award-winning provider of fully-integrated consumer engagement, workforce optimization, and back-office solutions is bolstering Aspect Cloud, partnerships and ASEAN region through leadership appointments in Asia Pacific.
NetSuite experienced a record Q1 revenue of $216.6 million, a 31% year-over-year increase and record Q1 operating cash flows of $31.3 million, a 12% year-over-year increase.
Cloud-based financials/ERP and omnichannel commerce software suites provider, NetSuite, announced on Tuesday new products and enhancements to their existing portfolio of enterprise-ready applications.
Enhancements for strategic building design, construction and infrastructure solutions combine with flexible subscription options to advance the future of BIM-based projects.
As more data is being created than ever before, Microsoft launches SQL Server 2016 to respond to the undeniable need for a new form of computing that can process exponentially expanding amounts of data.
Mober makes booking a delivery as easy as booking a cab.
For the third straight year, IT solutions provider Pointwest Technologies Corporation was selected as the best Filipino-owned Company of the Year in the recent 10th International ICT Awards Philippines.