Over the years EMC has presented itself as 'The Storage Architects" and, later, "The Enterprise Storage Company." Its latest moniker is "Where Information Lives" as the company tries to stay ahead of a rapidly evolving data storage marketplace.
A major upgrade to Google's Urchin Web analytics server software is almost three years late and customers who bought the product worry that Google's silence and inaction may mean it will be discontinued.
The elusive "Rock Phish" group continues to be innovative. The group appears to have started using the so-called "fast flux" method to fool researchers and elude detection, according to new security research.
Apple updated the Windows version of QuickTime today to quash a 13-month-old bug that critics say it overlooked when it patched the media player in March.
Sun Microsystems patched 11 vulnerabilities in the Windows, Linux and Solaris versions of its Java Runtime Environment and Java Web Start Wednesday, including several rated critical by outside researchers.
Mobile services lobby group the GSM Association says businesses and investors dazzled by the recent WiMAX World convention shouldn't buy into the hype just yet.
Microsoft has launched an online health-care service designed to help patients take control of their health records and monitor their medical conditions.
Apple's move last week to stop hackers from modifying the iPhone has essentially killed the market for unlocked phones, a financial analyst said Thursday.
SAP is teaming up with IBM and Sun to combine identity management software with tools that ensure proper segregation of duties, a necessary part of regulatory compliance.
Microsoft slated seven security updates for release early next week that target vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Word and SharePoint.
Toshiba and Microsoft this week announced plans to launch the Advanced Interactivity Consortium to extend interactive features in HD DVD, a high-definition format, in an effort to attract more users.
Court documents filed by Qualcomm this week describe a disjointed legal team with communication failures and internal engineers who were forgetful and ignorant of basic principles of technical standards-setting procedure.
The case against alleged illegal file swapper Jammie Thomas goes to the jury Thursday. Thomas is accused of illegally distributing 1702 music files using the service Kazaa by the Recording Industry Association of America. The trade association is suing Thomas in a Duluth, Minnesota federal court. Wednesday was the second day of testimony and prosecutors put Thomas on the stand.
Over 390 'hot' iPods collectively valued in excess of $70, 000 wholesale may be hitting the streets after a break-in this week, warn Police.
Data leakage prevention might be the hottest IT security submarket, but vendors are also tuning up their product offerings to help customers ward off the presence of botnet-infected zombie computers.
In its second quarter, Research In Motion reported better growth in its non-enterprise business than in the enterprise market, as the company continues to push into the consumer space.
Microsoft will release critical patches for its Windows and Word software on Tuesday as part of its monthly release of security patches.
Altech Computers has signed up to become a distributor for Taiwanese computer peripherals vendor, Genius.
Gartner research has forecast IT services spending to pass $14 billion for the calendar year, up 3.6 per cent from 2006.
Salesforce.com is preparing a new service that will allow customers to share sales leads and other data directly with other companies that use its on-demand CRM (customer relationship management) software.
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