Kaseya has finalised its $6.2 billion acquisition of Datto, promising tight integration between products and lower pricing for customers.
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Power failures and human error are key culprits of data centre and infrastructure outages of late, according to the Uptime Institute.
Qualcomm has finalised a deal to acquire Cellwize, a maker of RAN management tech that uses automation to streamline the deployment of 5G infrastructure.
GitHub is making available a new IAM tool which leverages the vendor's Git framework to parse, track and approve access to a business' systems.
Closed pilot program aimed at letting companies increase customer engagement and manage NFTs from within Salesforce’s wide-ranging CRM platform.
While elevated privilege attacks remain a critical security concern when using Microsoft products, the raw number of vulnerabilities is dropping.
The chipmaker’s acquisition of VMware is the latest in a lengthy string of high-ticket deals, as Broadcom moves to focus on its software portfolio.
AMD continues to increase its share of both the overall x86 chip market and the server x86 market in particular, despite a large-scale general downturn in shipments.
Red Hat is rolling out new edge-computing features for the vendor’s well-known enterprise Linux distribution, and security features for Kubernetes.
Dell will implement an array of new features for its storage platforms aimed at “cloud-ifying” its systems and improving support for hybrid environments.
Russia-backed hacking groups have wrought havoc in Ukrainian governmental and industrial systems and show signs of escalating cyber attacks.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has released a pair of systems designed to broaden the uptake and speed deployment of machine learning among enterprises.
Elon Musk has entered into an agreement to purchase Twitter in a US$44 billion deal that will turn the social media network into a privately held company.
Dell Technologies will offer new "validated" designs for retail edge computing deployments and the manufacturing sector later this year.
The new “Microsoft Purview” brings vendor's large organisation-focused data management tools under one roof, and includes a host of new features.