Richard Stallman, who developed the GNU OS and who advocates for an open software ecosystem, having founded the Free Software Foundation, claims major OSes from Microsoft, Apple and Google are merely paid malware.
Gartner Inc. identified Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft Azure as the only "leaders" in its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Magic Quadrant market research report.
Citrix recently demoed its new Workplace Cloud and other products it hopes will establish it as the purveyor of the modern digital workplace.
Google Compute Engine Preemptible Virtual Machines, a short-lived VM type that's in beta, was recently announced by the search giant for those who don't mind running VMs that will work for just 24 hours and can be shut down with only a 30-second advance notice.
Enterprises seeking a cloud services provider might want to choose either Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure, according to a new report from Nasuni.
Microsoft announced the names of Windows 10 editions, along with some basic details about each.
Big Switch Networks Inc. -- which says it provides "the industry's only open SDN fabric" -- has announced it now supports VMware NSX virtualization technologies.
Improvements in performance, reliability, fault tolerance and simplicity will be featured in the upcoming Exchange Server 2016 from Microsoft.
PLUMgrid is teaming up with Cumulus Networks on a new solution featuring software-defined networking technologies running in OpenStack cloud implementations featuring bare-metal hardware.
Microsoft released the Technical Preview 2 of Windows Server 2016, which features compute, networking and storage enhancements.
A group of new-age networking players deployed a peering router between the U.S. and Australia in a software-defined networking proof of concept.
VMware has updated a management tool to meet emerging security standards for Docker containers.
At its its inaugural Ignite conference in Chicago, Microsoft provided myriad new offerings to manage and secure its new Universal Windows Platform and the entire enterprise IT stack.
Ciena Corp. is buying new-age networking technology with its announced $400 million acquisition of Cyan Inc.