Microsoft today announced a new mission-critical support option for organizations as part of its Microsoft Services consulting business.
Microsoft rolled out 14 fixes in its August security update Tuesday, bringing the total for the month to 15.
As the largest patch in Microsoft's Patch Tuesday history looms, the plot thickens.
Google and Verizon today issued a statement on U.S. broadband policy, describing an approach that would permit differentiated services.
Microsoft today released the fourth "platform preview" of Internet Explorer 9, the company's next-generation Web browser.
Google yesterday pulled the plug on Wave, the company's effort to provide a shared online communications hub.
Microsoft today disclosed retail pricing and release plans for Office for Mac 2011.
Microsoft said it is readying a tool that will let non-programmers develop desktop- and cloud-based business apps.
July data from Net Applications shows that Internet Explorer 8 made gains over rival browsers. IE still dominates the global market, but Firefox is gaining fast in Europe.
Microsoft is releasing a patch for a zero-day Windows shell vulnerability that can spread malware through shortcut files.
With only 6 percent of the IPv4 address pool remaining, an uptick in demand since the first of the year could mean the pool will be exhausted in six months, adding new urgency to make public-facing Web sites accessible by IPv6.
These 24 innovative rising stars play an integral part in ensuring that IT operations serve the business needs and missions of government agencies, both civilian and defense.
There are several plans for establishing interoperable radio systems for emergency responders, but getting federal, state and local agencies on the same page -- or at least on the same network -- remains a challenge.
Washington State's Emergency Management Division has adopted the WAVE IP communications system to expand the reach of legacy state, local and federal radio systems and allow them to interoperate.
Customized search tools and internal Web portals help advance government agency collaboration efforts, as shown by examples at the U.S. Geological Survey and Energy Department.