Salesforce has adapted some of its software to help government entities distribute vaccines for the novel coronavirus once they become available.
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McAfee has filed for a US initial public offering amid plans to take advantage of a rebound in capital markets from a coronavirus-led slump in March.
Microsoft has resolved a major outage to its Microsoft 365 services that impacted users of business products including Outlook and Teams.
Huawei has built up stakes in Chinese semiconductor companies and other tech businesses as it works to bolster its supply chain.
Microsoft has revealed a recent change it introduced likely caused a major outage, affecting users' access to multiple Microsoft 365 services.
Ericsson has agreed to buy Cradlepoint in a US$1.1 billion deal, as part of plans to expand its 5G-related products for business customers.
Google aims to power its data centres and offices using carbon-free electricity by 2030, building on its previous energy use goal.
Slack's billing growth slowed in the second quarter with the vendor taking an $11 million hit in the first half due to the COVID-19 related concessions.
Apple has scheduled a special event for 15 September, with fans and investors expecting a refresh in the lineup of some of the company's core products.
SAP will pursue growth, but in so doing has no intention of sacrificing its goal of expanding margins in the medium term, a senior executive has said.
Zoom raised its annual revenue forecast by more than 30 per cent as it converts more of its huge free user base to paid subscriptions.
Dell has posted a smaller-than-expected drop in quarterly revenue and beat profit estimates on robust demand for notebooks and software products.
Cruise operator Carnival has launched an investigation into a ransomware attack on one of its brand's information technology systems.
Amazon is in preliminary talks to invest in U.S. cloud services provider Rackspace Technology, people familiar with the discussion said on Monday.
The coronavirus-prompted shift to remote work sees Lenovo smash expectations with a 31 per cent leap in first-quarter net profit.