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Is DevOps about the delivery pipeline, or is collaboration the key? The answer often depends on the companies that make a commitment to it.
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Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite takes an all-encompassing approach to enterprise mobility and BYOD security in the enterprise.
Security breaches put the value of corporate IT front and center. For instance, high-profile hacks may shift the balance of IT power back to CIOs.
2014 was an all-star year for Apple and developers of iOS and Mac software. Here's a look at the big Apple technologies that were released this year and how developers have been us...
With the purchase of Mojave Networks, Sophos seeks to combine cloud security, endpoint security and advanced filtering to deliver hybrid protection for real-time scenarios.
Are you ready for 64-bit Android? Jack Wallen shares the information that's important to those interested in jumping on the newest bandwagon to hit the Android trail.
Users must now manage more passwords than can mentally be tracked. Fortunately, several effective iOS tools exist for managing credentials. Here are four of the best ones currently...
Google Fiber has established gigabit internet in three US metro areas, with nine more targeted for the near future. Our research has turned up the metros most likely to be targeted...
Android's increasing popularity comes with a price -- malware. Jack Wallen offers up his best practices to help you keep your Android free from malicious software.