- Dell Establishes $300 Million Venture Fund to Invest in Emerging Tech
- Cisco Cuts Long-Term Revenue Forecast
- Microsoft Launches Network of Azure Providers
- Dell and Red Hat Team to Sell Enterprise OpenStack
- Gartner: As Unix Fades Away from Data Centers, It's Unclear What's Next
Will the group trying to buy BlackBerry likely break up the company, wiping out its smartphone division while preserving BlackBerry's secure network services used by large enterprises?
Fairfax already owns about 10 percent of BlackBerry stock and would acquire the remainder for $9 per share and take the company private under the terms of a letter of intent.
BlackBerry\'s messenger app for Android and iPhone will not roll out this week as the company struggles to block an unreleased version of the Android app that affected its system.
The Canadian smartphone maker posted a $995 million operating loss for the second quarter and will cut 4500 jobs--over a third of its staff--in a bid to cut costs.
The news that BlackBerry is going to be taken private has made big waves. If you're struggling to get up to speed on the news, here's a quick primer to help you along.
Harish Menon talks about Akamai's strategic tie ups as well as the company's road map for 2013.
It is about time the Indian Enterprise took a hard look at a concrete Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy, emphasizes Lakshman Narayanaswamy Founder-VP, Sanovi Technologies
Vinod Ganeshan, Senior Director -- Sales, Hitachi Data Systems talks about the changing role of IT in the enterprise today.
Venu Reddy, Research Director, IDC India talks about how high powered business means high powered IT.
Sukhwinder Ahuja, Director -- Office and Cloud, Microsoft India talks on the guiding principles for productivity applications
Srikanth Karnakota, Server & Cloud Business, Microsoft India talks about as to what should CIO's do when they have multiple options in terms of technology offerings.
Nitin Bhandari, Associate VP & Head -- New Products & Partnerships, Vodafone India talks about how CIO's moved away from existing connectivity solutions and took a holistic approach to meet all their requirements.
David Mc Nally, IT Executive Advisor, IDC USA talks in detail about third platform technologies.
November 01 was the last day for Anand Naik as Managing Director of Symantec. The position of India Head of the security vendor has changed hands for the third time in past four years.
Symantec says the change is part of an effort to streamline things within the company's Information Security portfolio, but what does that mean for existing managed security customers and partners?
To thrive in the current economic climate, businesses need to become leaner, faster and agile.
Tom Flink, VP-Channels and Market Development Sales, Citrix Worldwide, says the companyâ€™s channel partners will take big strides.
In our country, over 22,000 schools donâ€™t have a single teacher, with 3 percent of schools still looking for a single student!
A perfect illustration of how Antraweb Technologies convinced perfume manufacturer Hertz Chemicals to invest in an ERP solution it needed, but wasnâ€™t sure about.
Forging strong, long-lasting, and valuable relationships with your employees, customers, and principals has become an imperative. Three successful partners have already discovered their own distinctive strategies to make this possible. If they can do it, so can you.
If you arenâ€™t listening to your customersâ€™ needs, your competition is. Here are five trends that are changing your customersâ€™ businessÂâ€”and redefining yours.
DM Systems leveraged in-house technical expertise with external industry experts to emerge as a true systems integrator for Fore School of Management.
Ramanâ€™s exit signals the trend of senior executives leaving security vendors in past eighteen months. Sophos, Sonicwall, Barracuda, Symantec and now Fortinet. Will the movement of senior executives across security vendors continue in future?
Success seldom comes easy in the enterprise channel business. But, six partner organizations have stayed profitable and relevant to market demands over the last two decadesâ€”and continue to do so.
The demos blew everyone away. Then reality hit.
Recruiters, Human Resources directors, executives and hiring managers are racking up more hours interviewing candidates via videoconferencing these days. As they do so, they are stumbling upon some not-so-attractive qualities in their candidates.
We bring to you six global CEOs who made the idea work, or not.
The year in security started off badly with the FBI in January taking down group of scammers who had pilfered millions through stolen online banking credentials. Add to that the ongoing Chinese hacker threat, the Edward Snowden/NSA debacle and other evils and you have quite a security mess. Here we take a look at just some of the more egregious hits.
Yahoo has acquired Micro Blogging site Tumblr but will this acquisition also end up like Yahooâ€™s earlier failures? Here is a list of Yahooâ€™s failed acquisitions.
Breakouts and busts: Here's the lowdown on this year's sizzlers and fizzlers in tech.
LinkedIn is the go-to place for IT pros to market themselves, connect with co-workers, find former colleagues, and meet-up with like-minded folks. Take a few minutes now to make sure your profile showcases your accomplishments, and skills. Here are some common mistakes to avoid.
Here are 10 Cloud Storage and Backup Services For Your Small Business
7 tools that make mundane jobs easier and faster, leaving you with more time to invest in better things in life.
A recent VMware study looks into the reasons BYOD is so important for employees and what companies that donâ€™t have a BYOD policy are putting at stake.
Most people feel lost without their iPhones. Can you live without these iPhone apps?
The tech industry has witnessed its own of share of rebirth and renewal -- people, technologies, and companies thought to be gone forever, only to rise again. Here are the 10 greatest comebacks in tech, in descending order.
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