Researchers found many servers with old SAP applications or critical SAP administrative services exposed to the Internet
LeaseWeb, one of Europe's biggest hosting providers, has wiped 630 servers that contained Megaupload data and countered claims from the company that the file-sharing site wasn't warned.
As if GE doesn't already have enough on its plate, the company entered the cloud computing market this week, announcing plans to provide cloud-based analytics services for its industrial customers.
From tips to trackers, these apps will help those with allergies.
Facebook blames four-hour service disruption on internal Web infrastructure problem.
Senators question the FBI's collection of U.S. phone records
The companies will share details about the new Unix server processors at the Hot Chips conference in August
The company aims to fill the gaps in the vulnerability market and strengthen exploit defenses in Windows
But the research organization will remain faithful to tape storage
Startup Cumulus Networks this week has emerged with a Linux network operating system designed for programmable data centers like the ones Google and Facebook are building.
The federal government may be able to save as much as $500 billion via big data initiatives, if those projects can weather the effects of the budget sequestration.
Huawei calls the Windows Phone platform weak despite using it as the foundation for some of the smartphones it makes.
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Oracle addressed 40 security issues in Java and enabled online certificate revocation checking by default in its scheduled critical patch update for Java on Tuesday.
The Wi-Fi Alliance unveiled a certification program for 802.11ac Wi-Fi (also known as 5G Wi-Fi) designed to make sure devices using the wireless technology interoperate with older hardware.
Faster speeds of next-generation LTE not expected to drive many sales of Galaxy S4 and other smartphones.
Hewlett-Packard and Samsung Electronics will now ensure that their PCs in China are installed with licensed Windows and Office software as part of new agreements signed with Microsoft meant to fight piracy.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes announced major strategy and management changes under the company's new 'Shift Plan'
The special committee of the board will continue to support founder Michael Dell's proposal to take the company private