Goldman Sachs and AWS have teamed up to help businesses seeking to crunch massive pools of data for smarter business insights.
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A new Windows 11 build allows users to set browsers other than Edge as the default, but is only available to users of Microsoft's Insider program.
Data on the adoption of Windows 11 shows uptake ranging from one per cent to nine per cent. But most enterprises will likely wait until at least 2023.
Nextcloud and 29 other companies have signed onto a complaint against Microsoft's bundling of OneDrive with both Windows 10 and 11.
Companies that have embraced the hybrid workplace are looking for less office space and more flexible facilities to accommodate employees.
Lawsuit against NSO group could help end government spying but digital rights activists fear it might be used to shut down researchers.
Tech giant will open up an online site next year where Apple hardware owners can order genuine Apple parts to repair iPhones and other devices.
Microsoft's latest Windows 11 Preview disables third-party software makes it easier to bypass the Edge browser. One app developer accused Microsoft of anti-competitive practices.
The big news is that the Windows 10 release cadence is joining Windows 11 and returning to just one feature update a year from now on.
As organisations explore office re-openings, deciding which way to turn could mean the difference between employee attrition or improved productivity.
Apple has joined a who's who of tech vendors in the FIDO Alliance who see standardised, two-factor authentication as the way forward.
BlackBerry has integrated its Desktop and Access Browser with Awingu's workspace and AI-driven security software from its acquisition of Cylance.
Machine learning will be key in evaluating whether a mobile device and its user should be allowed to connect to a corporate application or data silo, as user behavior becomes a part of overall endpoint security.
Public sector projects are driving greater interest to adopt fiat-backed cryptocurrencies by central and regional banks.
By refusing to put a permanent backdoor in its iOS platform, Apple is protecting millions of users from future threats by both governments and hackers.