Gartner reported that worldwide IT industry spending hit $3.5 in 2017 and it predicted that spending will remain strong through 2019, barring the onset of a global recession.
A list of the “Best Workplaces in Tech” includes companies that ensure that employees have the tools they need to do their jobs, encourage a team environment and embrace transparency, while providing a wide range of great perks.
A key element to agility in digital businesses is network automation, but that can be a daunting task. eWEEK offers simple steps to make that process a little less intimidating.
While the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ expected to be the most prominent smartphone models to make their debut at Mobile World Congress the Sony Xperia Pro may show up hard on Samsung’s heels.
F5 Networks' state of application delivery report shows an increasing trend toward multicloud deployments, which could be leading to multiple security issues.
The HTC U11 Eyes is a follow on model to the U11 handset that HTC released in May 2017 that delivers high-quality dual front-facing cameras that not only takes sharp photos, but also supports facial scanning security features.
Often overwhelmed with sales pitches, IT buyers seek product relevancy and specifics on pricing/product details in deciding whether to respond.
Market research companies Gartner and IDC found that weak PC sales continued into the third quarter with Gartner reporting a steep 8 percent year-over-year decline in U.S. PC shipments.
Among the hottest trends in computing, serverless technologies allow developers to run functions as a service, removing the need to pay for an always-on, stateful virtual machine.
Amid all the new PCs, smart home products, self-driving cars and internet of things devices exhibited at CES 2018, Sony bucked the trend and introduced three new mid-range smartphones.