A Google program manager last week announced the company was changing its software development methodologies to speed up stable releases of the Chrome Web browser.
Microsoft has adopted a variant of its "responsible disclosure" policy for reporting security flaws in its software, the company announced
Exploits using Windows XP as an attack vector will grow this year, according to security experts commenting on Microsoft's "Security Intelligence Report Volume 8"
After a year of working on security steps to comply with federal government regulations, Google today launched Google Apps for Government
New zEnterprise mainframe and systems architecture lets mainframe, Power, and x86 systems share resources, be managed as single, virtualized system
A council of global IT CIOs, in conjunction with research group Gartner Inc., has released a "code of conduct" for solution vendors on IT maintenance issues.
Dell is warning many of its customers of potential malware embedded in a set of server motherboards.
As Adobe Systems applications face increasing security threats, Microsoft is stepping up to lend a helping hand.
Inconsistent metrics have led to inconsistent results
Microsoft issues security advisory about Windows vulnerability associated with shortcut icons on USB drives
The majority of Internet security threats come from unpatched vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat/Reader and Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
Microsoft last week released the next version of a free tool that provides upgrade advice for those using the company's flagship software products.
Microsoft announces two new "previews" to come for its Windows Small Business Server product suite
Three updates rated "critical," one deemed "important."
Microsoft today released a community technology preview (CTP) of the next service pack for SQL Server 2008
Microsoft plans to release four software fixes on Tuesday in its July security update
Microsoft released an updated version of its free Windows and Microsoft Office 2010 deployment tool
Case stems from sales of faulty servers made from May 2003 to July 2005.
According to new research, companies are once more investing in application development projects, and Agile methodologies are leading the way.
Google is set to disrupt the mobile communications industry with its mobile operating system, according to Strategy Analytics.