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The company is using illegal Android licensing requirements to cement its position in internet search, the European Commission says.
With app performance slowdowns—and even outages—impacting users, customers and partners, organizations require better monitoring tools to learn how IT infrastructure is creating these problems.
New features are designed to give marketers more control when it comes to optimizing for their enterprise business goals.
Users of the legacy desktop Skype client software have until Sept. 1 to upgrade or lose access to the communications platform.
Quest On Demand Migration provides Microsoft Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration of accounts, email and OneDrive; helps IT teams with merging and consolidating of Office 365 tenants; and accelerates Office 365 consolidation projects.
The Site Isolation security feature is designed to mitigate impact of attacks that exploit Spectre CPU vulnerabilities, Google says.
Windows 10 business users soon will be able to log into their remote desktop sessions using Microsoft's Windows Hello biometric technology.
Tech industry analysts debate the merits of the proposed acquisition, which Broadcom officials said will make the company a larger IT infrastructure player.
Open-source technologies have been used to transform and innovate across multiple industries, and now the Linux Foundation is bringing that power to the energy industry in an effort that could have wide-ranging benefits.
The Goal of the API management partnership is to make it easier for enterprises to connect applications across public, hybrid and multi-cloud environments, both companies say.
Slack's freemium offering for its collaboration platform has a giant new challenger, Microsoft Teams.