If you open a Windows document in Windows Explorer rather than in the Microsoft Word interface, closing it launches File Explorer. The file hasn't moved.
Windows Defender is useful for Windows 8 security, but it can't keep up with malicious software alone. Several third-party products can help.
The need for a mobility program may be apparent, and BYOD is a necessary step in the progress from centralized control to focusing on apps and data.
It can be tempting to stray from the security roadmap security professionals have put in place when data breaches like the Sony and Anthem breaches are all over the news. But experts say it's crucial to stick to the security basics.
With Android for Work, Google gets into the BYOD business. Also in Searchlight: FCC votes yes on Net neutrality; sex bias lawsuit on VC firm Kleiner Perkins shakes up Silicon Valley.
A shared technology services marketplace, like the one recently implemented by Oakland County, Mich., offers a variety of benefits to governments constrained by tight budgets, including more affordable prices for services and interesting opportunities to analyze data.
Parallels acquired 2X Software to add app publishing, but faces a difficult battle with entrenched virtual desktop vendors Citrix and VMware.
The reasons you started virtualizing apps may not still hold true today. You have to migrate off Microsoft App-V 4.5 or 4.6 eventually, so now's the time to decide what you need from an app virt tool.
Shops that only need to support a few virtual desktops, have transient desktop needs or lack the in-house expertise to do VDI are all good potential DaaS customers.
If HP acquires Aruba, it may slow the wireless networking company's ability to innovate and lead to a confusing product portfolio, Aruba customer says.
IBM and Juniper say they will work together to deliver customer intelligence to cloud and communications service providers.
Midokura has refreshed MidoNet with features that provide a bridge for VMware customers looking to move to OpenStack without using proprietary virtual networking technology.
VMware's February announcements focused on the features of the upcoming vSphere 6 release, but some cloud news also caught interest of the VMware faithful.
VMware has expanded its virtualization product line dramatically, but the core of the company lies within its popular hypervisor technology.
VMware offers two options for virtual switches that share basic functions, but only one comes with the top-of-the-line license option.
Legal teams play a key supporting role in successful information security programs. Expert Mike Chapple reviews three areas where infosec pros and lawyers should work together, and offers tips to foster effective collaboration.
Macro viruses are back in the form of macro malware, creating a potentially major issue for enterprises. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to ensure your organization doesn't fall victim.
News roundup: Data breaches aren't associated with soaring stock prices, but recent examples show breaches may boost stocks. Plus: Gemalto confirms possibility of GHCQ/NSA hack; Target breach costs company $162 million; Superfish swims on.
Mark Roberge, chief revenue officer at HubSpot, uses serious data analysis when hiring sales staff. But science doesn't crowd out instinct.
Contact center agents are supposed to help customers with issue resolution. But that's tough when agents lack good working knowledge of products.
Philly 311, a new mobile customer service app for the city of Philadelphia, helps citizens report neighborhood incidents and engage more deeply with city government.