The Internet of Things represents a considerable opportunity, but businesses need an infrastructure that affords the flexibility, agility and scalability to meet the changes of this new era.
Business people who regularly need to collaborate with others in different locations need good web conferencing services, and iMeet fits that bill.
While the private sector is building on cloud computing's various benefits, government organisations are also having a go at benefitting too.
It was quite a coup for HOPE (Hackers On Planet Earth). At the 2014 hacker event, Hope X, in New York City this weekend, Edward Snowden delivered a speech to those in attendance...
If you thought there was only one LinkedIn app, think again. LinkedIn Connected debuts on iOS to help you stay informed.
Microsoft will be laying off some 18,000 staff over the next year, and CEO Nadella all but said the firm would be using agile techniques to up productivity.
Snowden has been speaking about the relationship between surveillance agencies and Internet and telecommunication companies.
In terms of Internet security/privacy, apathy starts at home, which is why VPN provider Hide My Ass! is urging parents to have "the talk" with their kids.
This HP whitepaper assesses how the cloud data storage market is evolving and looks at what companies must consider when evaluating their cloud data storage needs.
No, this app is not especially for those who like a certain type of footwear. It is for those who like a certain high street store.
Businesses are facing new and difficult challenges with staff making use of public cloud services – so how can they best monitor and control such activity?