Experts, scientists and businesses call for "digital chances" at the Industry 4.0 Summit and Expo 2018 in Hanoi.
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With 'Site Isolation' in use, the browser should be better protected from Spectra-like attacks designed to steal info such as log-on credentials
As the collaboration software market heats up, Microsoft has launched a free version of Teams without the need for an Office 365 subscription.
A year into an investigation into the use of data analytics in political campaigns, the UK’s privacy watchdog is hitting companies that shared data hard.
Microsoft now plans to refresh its Dynamics 365 software twice each year, on essentially the same schedule as Windows and the Office 365 suite.
With Windows 10, Microsoft's flagship operating system is now available 'as-a-service', with the vendor calling it the 'last' version of the Windows.
Artificial intelligence can now detect human emotion better than people can. It’s time to get emotional about AI.
Migration watch: Windows 10 in June posted its largest user share gain since January, but Windows 7 is hanging tough.
In a bid to increase investment in ‘green’ technology, the MIDA will hold briefings on investment opportunities and green incentives within the sector.
Brian Krzanich was one of the loudest advocates for increasing diversity in tech. Will Intel’s efforts continue now that he’s gone?
Whether a hacker uses a computer exploit or malware, their motivations are the same. Understanding why and how hackers hack is key to your defence.
A smooth transition to Windows Server 2019 should start with implementing native components, data-centre features, then management tools.
Dell is taking an unconventional route back to public markets, we break it down for you.
Media conglomerate now has all global employees using identity management platform to access enterprise applications with a single sign on.
Telecommunications giant is processing IT operations data through Splunk platforms to centralise monitoring and alerting capabilities.