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By Simon Quicke Mar 18, 2015

Windows 10 coming this summer

Microsoft OS chief confirms that the launch of Windows 10 will be in the summer ahead of the previously expected fall release Continue Reading


Feb 16, 2015


Feb 16, 2015

Virtual reality comes of age in manufacturing

Will there be virtual reality headsets in the living room by the end of 2015? Perhaps not, but Ford and BAE Sytems are putting virtual reality to work Continue Reading


By Lindsay Clark Mar 18, 2015

Waste and traffic management apps come from internet of things

For years, the fridge has been the poster boy for the internet of things, but lack of commercial availability raises questions about the future Continue Reading


By Rich Castagna News Mar 04, 2015

Still some pain when it comes to storage for virtual machines

We've come a long way, baby, but we still haven't worked out all the kinks in configuring and provisioning VM storage. Continue Reading


By Brien Posey Evaluate Nov 26, 2014

Application awareness comes to hypervisor snapshots

Brien Posey discusses why hypervisor-based snapshots can cause problems when they're applied to application servers and how application awareness can mitigate the issue. Continue Reading


By David Linthicum Evaluate Nov 20, 2014

Cloud data security comes at a cost

As attacks on IT systems with sensitive data continue, cloud security becomes a top concern. And users won't find the best security practices on a clearance rack. Continue Reading


Nov 17, 2014

Cloud providers are coming to Europe

In this week’s Computer Weekly, cloud providers like IBM, Microsoft and are building datacentres in Europe in response to data protection concerns – we examine how the cloud is moving to Europe. ... Continue Reading


By Trevor Strome Evaluate Jan 27, 2015

Mobile devices in healthcare come with pros and cons

Nearly every physician uses a mobile device during business hours. Providers are adjusting to this trend by building better wireless infrastructures. Continue Reading


By Brien Posey Manage Jan 08, 2015

How come Microsoft Internet Explorer collects my data?

Some users have noticed that Microsoft Internet Explorer collects personal information through its AutoComplete feature. There is a way to turn it off. Continue Reading