Though Apple tends to focus on the consumer, the new iPhones and Apple Watch could shake up everything from healthcare to retail and even media.
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For all its skill and dominance in artificial intelligence, Google can be surprisingly lacking in the natural kind.
Slack has unveiled new features aimed at attracting a wider audience of enterprise customers, including enhanced security, compliance and admin controls.
With a refresh of its cloud analytics tools, SAP hopes to bring users new insights into data more quickly and take some of the workload off the IT department.
Dell EMC has teamed up with BlueData, provider of the EPIC self-service, container-based software platform.
Microsoft will let Office 2016 users connect to Microsoft's online services for three more years than the company had earlier said.
In its 20-year history, Netflix has grown from a DVD rental website with 30 employees to a global streaming service with over 130 million subscribers.
Microsoft’s smartphone failures have been spectacularly costly. Could it really be planning to give it another go?
Microsoft has accepted that enterprises won't purge Windows 7 by January 2020, and will sell extended support for three years past that deadline.
Atlassian’s co-CEO this week apologised to HipChat and Stride users facing disruption as a result of a decision to discontinue the team chat apps.
One of the most basic things to understand in back-up and recovery is the concept of back-up levels and what they mean.
Atlassian, which has acquired OpsGenie, has unveiled a new product in its Jira line-up to help IT operations teams deal with costly software outages.
Most IoT devices lack the computational power to carry out the level of machine learning necessary in truly smart IoT deployments.
Microsoft is adding video and audio transcription capabilities to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint, making digital content more easily accessible.
Microsoft will soon drop the device limit on its consumer-grade Office 365 subscriptions.