Getting wide area network links up and securely running quickly with minimal IT irritation has always been Cisco Meraki’s strong suite.
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Smaller monthly updates for Windows 10 may help push the operating system onto more machines as its predecessor faces retirement.
As end of support for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 nears, Microsoft is offering customers extended support if they migrate to Azure.
Could Windows soon be running on a Chromebook? Clues are pointing that way. But why would Google do it?
Dreamforce is five weeks out, and the way to get the most out of that week in San Francisco is by planning ahead.
Finish Line completes migration of 14,000 employees from Microsoft Office to G Suite as part of a major project to improve workplace collaboration.
Starting in September, only Macs running macOS Sierra or High Sierra will receive new Office 365 feature updates.
Becoming the “backbone of the enterprise,” the software-defined-WAN market could hit $4.5 billion by 2022.
Singapore’s thriving tech sector is the product of a range of converging factors.
The smaller updates will make their debut with the release of Windows 10 version 1809, due in September.
One year ago Charlie Giancarlo took the helm of Pure Storage, which in fiscal year 2018 reported its first billion-dollar year.
Salesforce is open sourcing the machine learning technology behind its Einstein AI platform.
In 2015, Microsoft’s Bing search engine achieved something it had never had before: relevancy. But in 2018, it seems willing to hand that success back.
SAP has created a consortium of business partners to help craft applications for a cloud-based blockchain platform.
Scores of early adopters have agreed to pilot the distributed ledger technology, enabling them to track shipments in near-real time.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.