Schools and universities that license Microsoft Office for their staff can now hand out Office 365 free to students, Microsoft said Monday.
IDC reported Monday that the PC market is expected to plunge by more than 10 percent this year, with consumer PC sales dipping by about 15 percent. That's by far the steepest PC market decline in history.
On Tuesday, Microsoft updated its Lync collaboration software for Windows 8.1, a relatively minor update that still makes one wonder why Lync and Microsoft's Skype aren't a single product.
When security researcher Dragos Ruiu claimed malware dubbed "badBIOS" allowed infected machines to communicate using sound waves alone--no network connection needed--people said he was crazy. New research from Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing, and Ergonomics suggests he's all too sane.
Security researches are gradually raising warnings that the Internet of Things will increase, by multitudes, the number of things that can be hacked and attacked. The Hitchcockian plotlines are endless.
Windows tablets will gain market share in the coming years, but not fast enough to challenge the dominance of Google's Android and Apple's iOS, IDC said on Tuesday.
Windows 8's uptake stalled in November, while the now-aging Windows 7 continued to gain ground, a Web metrics company said Sunday.
42 percent of organisations rely on outside resources to augment their IT audit departments due to lack of right internal resources, according to a newly released survey from global consulting firm Protiviti.
An "open letter" from BlackBerry's interim CEO, John Chen, to "enterprise customers and partners" is filled with wishful thinking, unfounded promises and a wealth of clichés. But without actions, the reassuring words -- if anything -- underline BlackBerry's precarious future.
Retail banks' priorities will change in 2014, with revenue growth taking precedence over cost-control and compliance management.
Huawei Technologies remains the world's biggest vendor of cellular networks despite being effectively locked out of the huge U.S. LTE market.
A sting operation in India by Cobrapost, an undercover investigation outfit, has revealed many startling facts about social media malpractices by Indian politicians and corporates.
The power of Big Data for businesses, governments and regulators is substantial but potential legal and ethical pitfalls remain a worry, according to a new survey of finance professionals.
Continued revelations around data breaches were the big surprise of 2013 for Sophos Asia Pacific director, Rob Forsyth.