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Mobile network operators in Europe are reportedly planning to strip out ads in order to coerce ad networks into giving the network operators a cut of the revenue. Here's how to pro...
Startup Sapience gives enterprise leaders the data and insights on employee workflow to help them improve productivity. Here's why it's a little more than just big brother for the ...
There's a lot of talk of "disruption" in startup circles, but it can be hard to understand. Here's how to tell if your company is definitely not disruptive.
It may seem like all mail services should be run from the cloud by now. But email admins don't need to look for a new career any time soon.
Internet Explorer has its issues, but there is really just one thing Microsoft needs to do to drive adoption of the new Project Spartan web browser.
This list of software-defined networking (SDN) solutions from Cisco, Juniper, Arista, and Brocade highlights each option's key attributes.
Apple's acquisition of FoundationDB is a warning to all: contribute to the open-source projects you love, or risk losing them.
Using a ruggedized case doesn't make your phone indestructible, nor does it mean the case manufacturer will front the bill for a new phone.
Private clouds are doomed to fail, and OpenStack may not be the answer. Matt Asay explains.
2014 has been the year of price wars among cloud vendors and new innovations in cloud technology, amid strife with litigation threatening the security of cloud vendors and their us...