An online startup company migrated some of its operations into the cloud by using Microsoft Windows Azure services.
A security flaw in Google's new Android operating system discovered recently by independent researchers further underscores the security debate between open source and proprietary software.
Analysts define an airy concept that's currently looming large on the IT horizon.
The International Association of Managed Service Providers (MSPAlliance) and Microsoft today said they are joining forces to better educate and certify companies using Microsoft IT management tools.
HP's absorption of outsourcing firm EDS also includes a plan to cut its workforce.
A second-quarter survey found sluggish IT spending in both North America and Europe.
Delivering hosted solutions to businesses takes planning, and this report describes some of the steps to take.
The new tool is designed to help managers assess code quality before it's shipped.
With the U.S. economy still circling and unemployment on the rise, it's a good time to be in IT -- relatively speaking.
A study surveying 201 CIOs found a general slowdown in IT spending and staffing.
Microsoft's fiscal fourth-quarter and 2008 year-end financial results were announced in a Webcast on Thursday.
New director of product management talks up database and hints at future technologies.
The company teamed with Amazon to add scalability to its hosted data integration solution.
In a move that sent shock waves across the virtualization market, VMware's board of directors announced that Diane Greene, the company's co-founder, president and CEO, will be replaced by Paul Maritz, a 14-year veteran of Microsoft and head of EMC's Cloud Division.
Research firm Gartner is predicting that the current economic downturn in the U.S. will mean more IT and development positions will go overseas.
Koders.com is slated to become another asset in Black Duck's software compliance toolset.
Hosted rich Internet application development platform lets developers tap into Google App Engine.
Microsoft is finally tuning up its Microsoft Developer Network site and promises to resolve long-running frustrations developers have encountered working with it.
Addressing specific vertical markets through the use of customized solution bundles may be the latest wave in software-as-a-service.
Big businesses, with their larger infrastructures, are not as interested, report suggests.