Microsoft's Xbox One home-entertainment console, available later this year, has ties to Windows 8 and Windows Azure.
Big data buzz is all around us in the data center, in the cloud, and in the news but is it possible that someday we'll use big data at home too? Could be.
Denise Amrich, ZDNet's resident RN, takes us on a visual tour of the medical conditions affecting the vocal cords of Google CEO Larry Page, the voice of Google.
Fresh out of medical school, Big Blue's smart supercomputer pivots to marketing -- and takes up residence inside the customer service call center.
"Seamlessness starts with the software-defined datacenter," according to VMware's CEO.
While large transformative deals dominated the technology M&A landscape in Q1, the average deal value appears to have dropped off.
Hortonworks has released its open-source implementation of its Hadoop implementation for Windows, paving the way for Microsoft to deliver its own Hadoop software and services.
Enterprise interest and investments ready to jump over the next two years, Gartner says
The answer is that Yahoo! doesn't expect many Flickr users to use anywhere near the 1TB they are offering.
Google Fiber has been on a small surge lately with a number of new small town stops, but some analysts are skeptical about a nationwide tour.
Big data is high volume, high velocity, real-time data that comes from all kinds of sources and ends up in a datacenter. To take full advantage of all this data, organizations need highly scalable storage and servers as well as the applications and frameworks to process all of the incoming data.
Does history repeat itself? Let's hope not.
A meeting of Telecom Italia's board isn't expected to signal the starters gun on a union between the two Italian operators, with stumbling blocks likely to consign the possibility of a merger to the scrapyard.
They've standardized on Tier III certification for their new datacenters worldwide.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
Sprint has made another dash for Clearwire, upping its offer from $2.97 to $3.40 per share.
Apple says it has a "what you see is what you get" approach to its taxes, but Congress disagrees, believing it sought the "holy grail of tax avoidance." Apple's Tim Cook testified.
Conservative group claims more Federal Register pages equal a greater regulatory burden.
Many small companies are open to the idea of employees using personal technology for work purposes, but only one-third of them are actively managing that strategy.
Over the past two years, the cloud integrator has added 50 new jobs across the United States.
The category, dubbed iPaaS, uses Tibco's Cloud Bus to integrate software as a service applications along with on-premise software.
Hasan's salary cannot be suspended unless he is proven guilty.
The former "Regulator Czar" shares his vision for a simpler government.
The Games may be over, but public workers must still find the drive to go for the gold.
Good management is a four-quarter commitment, not a last-ditch effort.
The leader of Colorado’s prison system, who was killed last week, was a hero to communities that probably never knew his name.
There are many, but tracking software -- which various government agencies make use of every day -- is one of the biggest.
Reality TV reveals the problems with government services, but how do we fix them?
Management lessons from the teachers' strike.
But black belts, "Lean" t-shirts and TQM posters are forever. Well, not really.