MongoDB, the popular unstructured document database, will soon work with SQL queries to report on what's in the system. Data encryption also coming.By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 6/2/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Oakland County, Mich., has been providing services to towns for years. Now it's expanding its services through a new government cloud marketplace.By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 6/2/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Google's new account hub, for users of its Web services and Android smartphones, gives IT organizations a new tool to improve employee awareness of security and privacy.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 6/1/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft's next-generation operating system Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8.1 users on July 29. But Windows Enterprise version customers will have to wait until later this year. By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 6/1/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
A new Digital Operating Center uses micro-tests to help organizations understand their Web application performance.By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 6/1/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Gencore Systems took advantage of Juniper Networks' OpenLab facility to test and bring to market new cloud analysis software that relies on SDN.By Susan Fogarty Editor in Chief, 6/1/20155 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Need a mobile device management solution to secure your network and data against threats from the many devices accessing your systems? Here's a quick guide to the most common features.By InformationWeek Staff , 6/1/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Apple's WWDC 15 conference is coming up in June, and the rumor mill is already abuzz with news about iOS 9. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 5/31/201513 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft news this week included updates to Azure, SQL Server 2016, Office for Android and, of course, Windows 10. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 5/30/20155 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Google Photos, for all its mass appeal, is less interesting than Google's more ambitious work. Get ready for touch-aware clothes and gesture-sensing devices.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 5/29/201538 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Android M may focus more on improving the user experience, but Google still added some impressive new features. Here's what we learned at Google I/O.By Eric Zeman , 5/29/201531 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Apple continues its string of acquisitions with the purchase of Metaio, a company specializing in augmented reality software development.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 5/29/20154 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Can a phone app predict your performance based on your behavior? This one can, at least if you are a college student.By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 5/29/201519 comments | Read | Post a Comment
As part of the Big Data Challenge, researchers from England's University of Warwick have turned to smartphones and Twitter to estimate crowd sizes quickly and accurately.By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 5/29/201511 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Google used the opening day of its I/O 2015 developer conference to offer details about the next version of Android, what it has planned for virtual reality and the Internet of Things, and free unlimited photos.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 5/28/20152 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Key statistics from this year's Google I/O included one billion Android users and 900 million Gmail users, 75% of whom are on mobile. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 5/28/201515 comments | Read | Post a Comment
GE's new software group CEO aims its industrial Internet message at CIOs, as she helps GE up its software selling game.By Chris Murphy Editor, InformationWeek, 5/28/20158 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Google in the Enterprise SurveyThere's no doubt Google has made headway into businesses: Just 28 percent discourage or ban use of its productivity products, and 69 percent cite Google Apps' good or excellent mobility. But progress could still stall: 59 percent of nonusers distrust the security of Google's cloud. Its data privacy is an open question, and 37 percent worry about integration.
CIOs Get Smart About BIIT’s tried for years to simplify business intelligence efforts. Have visual analysis tools and Hadoop and NoSQL databases helped? Respondents to our 2014 InformationWeek Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Information Management Survey have a mixed outlook.
Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey Threat intelligence is the best way to stay ahead of new and complex attacks, say survey respondents. How analytics influences their IT security strategies varies.