Cisco's Quad, Prosumer Video, and WebEx Connect products are designed to let workers remotely connect and collaborate with their colleagues.
McAfee's analysis of Perforce software, which is used to house source code, finds numerous security weaknesses.
Microsoft needs to get its act together to create lust-worthy products before its customer base strays for Apple.
Google and Microsoft are opening up their data and source code, which is exactly what we'd expect from self-interested, profit-seeking corporations.
Source code may not be useful to many people, but it is critical to system integrators like Optaros.
Much has been made of open-source disruption. But what does it take to be successful as a stand-alone open source company?
Big software companies are looking for money in the pockets of existing customers through software audits, which should give CIOs one more reason to buy open source.
Open source is a massive trend in computing, but not in business strategy. Not yet, anyway.
Software giant claims to be a technology innovator, but history suggests a different narrative. So let's take a closer look at the record.
Open source may have once been a nice to have, but it's about to become a mandated "must have."