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Telegrams encrypted messaging service has drawn the ire of government security authorities in Russia, Iran, China and other nations, but is being used by millions of users around the world who want to hide their communications from prying eyes.
Google instead is putting its effort into integrating chat features based on the RCS protocol in Android Messages.
Microsoft's system for scalable cloud applications now includes support for clusters based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4.
The move means that the collaboration services and applications from WebEx and Spark will now be available on a single platform from Cisco
VIDEO: Cisco SVP discusses what companies are now buying and how they are making the transition from on-premises systems to hybrid cloud solutions.
FinancialForce's new Spring 2018 Release includes tools that enable enterprises to shift to as-a-service business models.
The desktop version of OneNote takes a backseat to the UWP version of the app when Office 2019 for Windows ships later this year.
Microsoft squeezes its neural network translation technology into smartphones that lack specialized Artificial Intelligence hardware.
Dirty secret No. 1: IT managers simply cannot identify nearly half (45 percent) of their organization’s network traffic. In fact, nearly 25 percent cannot identify a whopping 70 percent of their network traffic.
Perceived improvements in security products such as BitLocker and Windows Defender are motivating IT teams to accelerate their adoption of Windows 10, according to a survey by IT security and systems management company Adaptiva.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft Power BI Desktop gains linguistics capabilities, and Zuora takes its subscription-economy approach public on NYSE.
Docker releases a major update of its flagship Enterprise Edition, for the first time providing full commercial Kubernetes support.