Microsoft outlined desktop virtualization tips that IT pros and developers can use to test the compatibility of their Web sites on a single PC.
Microsoft has opened a test site for Web developers that shows off promising yet unstable HTML 5 code.
Google makes three announcements about its consumer Web efforts.
Google and Verizon issued a statement on U.S. broadband policy, describing an approach that would permit differentiated services.
Search giant Google and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency are investing in a company working to track Web-browsing behavior
After a year of working on security steps to comply with federal government regulations, Google today launched Google Apps for Government
Microsoft announced the third "platform preview" release of its Internet Explorer 9 browser prototype
Google's previously under-wraps operating system is now available to developers as open source code, the company announced on Thursday.
Google, Microsoft, and Amazon pitched their respective cloud offerings during the keynote panel session at Interop New York Thursday.
It was a pretty good year, for IT spending at least.
Mainframe pros have joined with IBM to tout the virtues of Big Iron-based cloud computing.
Azure amounts to Microsoft's "most significant coordinated shift in strategy" since it got come-to-the-Internet religion in 1995.
Using a hosting provider and new ADC technology can help small and mid-size businesses compete with their larger rivals.
According to a new survey, .NET appears to be widening its lead over Java EE.
You don't typically think of Big Iron as a locus of Web 2.0 activity -- but IBM is trying to recast it as such
Thanks to skyrocketing gas and airfare costs, a growing number of companies are limiting -- or completely banning -- "non-essential" business travel
With focuses on SOA, virtualization, next-generation data centers, and cloud computing, Summer SHARE will likely have plenty to interest attendees.
Cloud computing isn't just a flash in the pan, advocates argue: it's game-changing.
Microsoft seems serious about SaaS. If so, SaaS -- often seen as a disruptive technology -- might ultimately become a major disruptive market force.
We could be on the cusp of another revolution: a c-business paradigm shift, driven by cloud computing.