What are the real reasons Apple hit a four-year low in online customer satisfaction in ForeSee’s latest Holiday E-Retail Satisfaction Index?
The soaring software-defined networking market is expected to drive a technology shopping spree among major vendors. Here’s a look at the companies that could be high on some executives’ wish lists in the coming year.
Settling the latest shareholder suit from Hewlett-Packard’s Autonomy debacle should be easy. All HP has to do is show that it has actually built some marketable software out of the $10.3 billion acquisition.
From Big Data to Gamification – these six tech trends are the ones to watch for in enterprise IT in 2013.
The acquisition will fill out the cloud-based services offering Oracle hopes will grab business from rival Salesforce.com – if it can make the various parts work well together.
“A device that feels muslin, smells kidneys and hears pebbles? Fascinating, Captain.”
Data is somehow becoming more valuable even as it becomes more of a commodity. People are expected to consume 50 times more data in 2020 compared to 2010, and businesses are coming to covet every digit.
Rather than use electricity to move data between processors, IBM is preparing to use light, giving high-end customers enough power to keep pace with the growing information flowing through data centers.
The comparison is apples to oranges. OK, well, maybe Fuji to Granny Smith.
While cloud computing giants Amazon, Google and Microsoft scramble to cut prices to lure customers to their cloud-computing infrastructures, their smaller rival Rackspace Hosting is heading in the opposite direction.
Since April, the tech giant has had to pull three ads that claimed Oracle computers performed much better than IBM’s.
Prices for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud-computing platforms are falling as vendors vie to attract developers and other customers.
Even though a surprising and critical tech demographic still considers tablets second to their laptops, an analyst says that tabs will out sell laptops today, for the first time ever.
HP simply can’t afford any more nasty surprises if it is to avoid being broken up into spare parts.
Cisco has put down 1.2 billion reasons why it’s still a networking player. It bought a network-software startup that makes apps to support Wi-Fi networks spanning multiple locations.
Government regulators and taxi companies are taking on app-driven livery and ride-sharing services Uber, SideCar and Lyft. It could be the definitive struggle to determine who rules the road.
Private Internet and communications service providers – and even apps makers – have become the gatekeepers of our personal data and our first line of defense against government prying. That is a big problem.
Apple is reportedly exploring ways to move its line of Mac computers from Intel’s x86 processors over to ARM chips. For a variety of reasons, that’s not likely to happen any time soon – if ever. Here’s what the company should be doing to expand the use of these low-power processors across its product line.
The governor of South Carolina says her state has no special responsibility to protect the social security numbers of its taxpayers. The “industry standard,” said Gov. Nikki Haley is to cite how hard it is to protect identities.
A group called Basecamp is trying to force the noses of government and industry into messes they have made by ignoring flagrant cybersecurity breaches.