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, Microsoft, and Amazon pitched their respective cloud offerings during the keynote panel session at Interop New York Thursday.
Google's previously under-wraps operating system is now available to developers as open source code, the company announced on 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.