Microsoft May See $7.4B Antitrust Fine
Software maker admits it failed to comply with 2009 European agreement under which it pledged to make alternatives to Internet Explorer easily available in all versions of Windows.
VMware's Maritz Out As CEO
Maritz will be replaced by Pat Gelsinger, president and COO of EMC's information infrastructure products division. The EMC leadership watch continues.
Office 2013: Is Microsoft Out Of Touch?
Newest version of Microsoft's venerable productivity suite is all about touch and cloud, but if users don't see the point they may touch and go--to Google.
Big Data Analytics Trends: SAS CEO Jim Goodnight
Fresh IDC figures show that the analytics market is booming, but what's behind the demand and how does it relate to big data? SAS co-founder Goodnight offers his take in this video interview.
Interview With Alan Kay
The inventor of object-orientation, co-designer of Smalltalk, and UI luminary opines on programming, browsers, objects, the illusion of patterns, and how Socrates could still make it to heaven.
Windows 8: How To Test For SMBs
Take Microsoft's newest OS out for an easy test drive. Here's how, and what to consider when crafting your SMB's Windows strategy.
6 Keys To A Flexible MDM Strategy
IT pros in infrastructure and security roles must craft a mobile device management plan that can change quickly along with technology. Forrester Research shares its advice on working together effectively.
Getting Google-y On Valley View
Google I/O is the setting for this episode of Valley View. From a new public cloud offering to streaming media to Google Glass, there's plenty to talk about.
How To Manage Big Data
There's an argument for integrating master data management with big data, but much work needs to be done before that happens.
Google Redefines Browser As Platform
The company's vision of the browser as a universal platform has driven remarkable technology innovation and has pushed Chrome into first place in the new browser wars.
HP To Skip Windows 8 ARM Tablets
World's biggest PC maker says it will stick with Intel architecture, which offers full compatibility with legacy apps like Microsoft Office.