Microsoft has cancelled Inspire 2020 amid escalating Covid-19 concerns, with the world’s largest channel conference exploring alternative arrangements.
A biological virus infecting critical security staff could wreak havoc on a business. These practices will reduce risk.
Microsoft is previewing F# 5, and upgrade to the vendor's open source, “functional-first” language that emphasises interactive, analytical programming.
A zero trust model addresses many of the security concerns around supporting large numbers of remote workers.
Amazon is now prioritising household goods, meaning that tech products like cables, hard drives, and printers are being delayed by up to a month.
FPT has donated its 2000-room university dormitory as a quarantine site to help fight the spread of Covid-19 in Vietnam.
Microsoft has announced a new Microsoft 365 plan that will serve as the bottom rung for a group it has dubbed "firstline workers".
A new generation of private cloud options, including Outposts, Azure Stack and Anthos, is leading enterprises to rethink hybrid cloud strategies.
Notable members of the infosec community are creating impromptu but highly popular virtual events using cheap, off-the-shelf tools.
Oracle says yes and Google says no, but who’s right? Here are seven arguments in favour of copyrighting APIs - and seven arguments against.
In response to the upheaval caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Edge browser will remain on version 80 for an undetermined amount of time.
Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the coronavirus crisis to spread malware, disrupt operations, sow doubt and make a quick buck.
Wipro has launched a dedicated business unit specialising in the deployment of Microsoft technologies, with a specific focus on enterprise cloud services.
As remote working booms around the world in response to the coronavirus crisis, demand for video calls has surged dramatically.
For those operating in the channel, the question arises, in the age of coronavirus, what does social distancing mean from a channel perspective?
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, CIO have the perfect opportunity to brush up on business continuity planning.
Cisco has transferred the development and promotion of its OpenRoaming technology to the Wireless Broadband Alliance.
In newest challenge, Kaggle asks AI researchers to apply machine learning tools and techniques to answering questions about Covid-19.
Vertiv has signed a distribution agreement with Viettelimex as part of plans to drive data centre solutions through the channel in Vietnam.
The delay keeps client systems running 1709 protected until October, reducing pressure on IT admins at a time when everything has been disrupted.
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