New release aimed at broadened use of Windows HPC Server.
Internet Explorer 9, released in beta form, doesn't talk to strangers
Apple, Google and BlackBerry are biggest gainers in "brand value" in 2010
The New York Post reported Wednesday morning that Novell has agreed to "a deal in principle" to sell itself in two separate parts to two separate buyers.
Oracle has hired former HP CEO Mark Hurd as co-president.
Companies announce definitive merger agreement, plan to accelerate HP's Converged Infrastructure strategy, drive growth in key storage markets
Microsoft received a "strong positive" rating in a study of e-mail system vendors by Gartner released in mid-August.
In a move aimed at extending its Open Cloud infrastructure, Citrix Systems Inc. has agreed to acquire VMLogix Inc.
Microsoft releases Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2010
A vulnerability Microsoft has confirmed is being exploited, and the software giant says it can't fix the problem with a simple update.
Microsoft on Friday issued an update of its Security Compliance Manager tool, which helps IT pros set security policies for some Microsoft software.
Blockbuster deal will let Intel provide hardware-based security.
Among the oft-cited weaknesses in using passwords for authentication are that people choose bad, easily guessed passwords, such as "123456" or "password"
Microsoft updated some of its free tools to help users move to Microsoft SQL Server and released a new Oracle MySQL migration tool.
Microsoft issued even more details about Windows security concerns, even after releasing its August security update on Tuesday
Microsoft announced a new mission-critical support option for organizations as part of its Microsoft Services consulting business.
Microsoft used the occasion of the open source conference last month to advance its vision of an open cloud by breaking it down into four basic principles.
Google and Verizon issued a statement on U.S. broadband policy, describing an approach that would permit differentiated services.
As the largest patch in Microsoft's Patch Tuesday history looms, the plot thickens.
Search giant Google and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency are investing in a company working to track Web-browsing behavior