The community that plans and updates the cloud infrastructure service has a creative, democratic process of coming up with OpenStack release names.
OpenStack Mitaka, the newest release of the cloud platform, touts user-friendliness as a key trait. Could that further propel the open source project?
Australia's National Blood Authority deployed VDI to improve its ability to manage blood inventory levels and improve efficiency.
The 13% Apple revenue decline, reported last week, appears to point to a saturated smartphone market -- and to slow tech spending in general.
MIT Sloan research shows that while it is still rare for CISOs to report to the board of directors, board involvement in cybersecurity is on the rise.
Citrix introduces its offices to 'beach toweling,' a workplace redesign policy it borrowed from the hospitality industry.
As companies continue to transform their businesses to meet an ever-changing digital economy, it's crucial to nurture strong CIO-CFO relationships.
Banks and other businesses are coming together to test blockchain database technology. New uses -- and standards for the industry -- could result.
Mobile performance is an element app dev teams often overlook in their race to get mobile apps and websites to market. That's a big mistake, says Forrester Research analyst Michael Facemire.
The recent spate of malware intrusions isn't a fluke, says Chris Ensey. The Dunbar Security Solutions COO says healthcare institutions have some work to do.
Looking to win friends and make connections in high places? The most important networking rule to remember is also a pretty simple one: It's not about you. That's according to Todd Cohen, author of ...
Heard of a CASB? It's a cloud security tool that detects what users are doing what in the cloud. Many see promise; some don't like the name.
The FBI-Apple fight has pushed encryption and data privacy into the mainstream. People know more about the issues now, so the privacy debate could heat up.
The data privacy issues kicked up by the FBI's now-dropped legal battle against Apple are enormous – and will likely be in the public eye for years to come.
Chief procurement officers (CPO) have a very short window of time in which to make their mark at a company: The average tenure is less than five years.