BYOD Still Blocked for Official Work Tasks

Isha Suri | April 27th

A recent survey by Mimecast, a supplier of cloud-based email archiving, continuity and security for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365, has revealed that BYOD - Bring Your Own Device is becoming a hot topic...»

Living In The Avengers: Gadgets to Inspire Your Inner Superhero

Kristen Nicole | April 27th

The Avengers hits theaters May 4, culminating years of Marvel comics-inspired movies from Iron Man to Captain America, Thor and The Hulk.  Their forces will come together in the upcoming Avengers movie, making for one serious superhero battle...»

A First Step in Google’s New Android Strategy?

Anton Wahlman | April 27th

He's baaaaack! No, I'm not talking about a zombie in a scary movie or Mitt Romney's future press secretary, Newt Gingrich. I'm talking about Google selling unlocked Android phones directly again, bypassing the cellular carriers. Those of you with decent...»

The Best Schools for Your Silicon Valley Dream

Mellisa Tolentino | April 27th

Silicon Valley, the term coined by Ralph Vaerst, refers to the southern part of the San Francisco Bay Area that houses many of the world’s largest silicon chip manufacturers and innovators.  Well, that was...»

LulzSec Leaked VMware Code Raises Concerns and Implications

John Casaretto | April 27th

In an already busy week for cybersecurity news, it was revealed this week that source code for VMware ESX Hypervisor was leaked onto Pastebin.  A member of the notoriously familiar group LulzSec was identified as the source of...»

Triple Growth for Software Maker Veeam

Maria Deutscher | April 27th

The privately held Veeam makes software for virtualized environments, including backup and data recovery, as well as monitoring apps and other solutions. And it has been doing something right so far, according to some...»

Big Data’s Talent Warehouses May Be In Short Supply

Matt Weinberger | April 27th

In "Big Data's Big Problem: Little Talent," an article published yesterday, the Wall Street Journal's Ben Rooney used the success of the Splunk IPO to discuss how quickly the...»

Google Faces FTC and FCC Probe

Mellisa Tolentino | April 27th

Google is battling multiple obstacles right now.  First there’s the ongoing Oracle lawsuit, then the Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust probe, and the Federal Communications Commussion’s street view probe.  Let’s look at the development on the...»

More Leadership Changes at Hewlett-Packard

Josette Rigsby | April 27th

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has filled the empty spot in its executive team created when the company’s top lawyer, Michael Holston, left in December. Schultz is taking the reins from David Healy, who took the role on...»

Former Sun CEO Schwartz Defends Google’s Use of Java in Court

Mellisa Tolentino | April 27th

After Google admitted that they removed Java codes when Oracle filed a case against them, and Oracle’s bid to reinstate patent 702 was declined, it seemed like the trial would get a little boring....»