The performance of IBM's Power Systems line was a bright spot in an otherwise turbulent server market, but the prospects for the Unix market as a whole look as bleak as ever.
SSL and TSL are used to encrypt almost all sensitive communications traffic on the Internet.
Three key moves for Linux this year will impact enterprise IT.
We explore what the Scala programming language can do for your organization with the language’s inventor.
In 2011, enterprises acknowledged that cloud is in their future. What will 2012 bring to help companies feel more secure in adopting the cloud platform?
A new push by partners Cisco and Citrix might encourage IT organizations to take a serious look at desktop virtualization.
The new zEnterprise really does comprise Big Blue's most mainstream mainframe release to date. At $75,000, it's certainly the cheapest.
Extends agreement for four years.
Accepts Oracle's contribution of OpenOffice.org source code.
How big is big data, and how can you get it under control?
The Document Foundation today released LibreOffice 3.3, calling it the first "stable release" of the free, open source productivity suite.
What’s the most reliable server operating platform of them all? If you answered z/OS, you’re right. The rest of the tally might surprise you, however.
IT shops are holding steady on the mainframe. A new survey from BMC also examines how IT shops are employing systems and how workloads are growing.
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.
Big Blue's refresh includes the gargantuan POWER 795, which it pits against top-shelf systems from HP and Oracle.
zEnterprise services 125 different capacity settings, but small mainframe shops may be best served by IBM's existing z10 BC system
Oracle has released an update of its Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g, extending its support to more Fusion Middleware components, Eclipse 3.6 "Helios" release and Java EE tools
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.
New version of dotCMS sports a totally re-built user interface as well as a number of enterprise-grade enhancements.
What role can -- and should -- free tools play in an IT environment?