For $10 a month, the Zendio add-on for Microsoft Outlook tracks what happens to the messages you send, including times opened and clicked on.
Debates about private cloud computing stem from differences in cloud definitions rather than the reality of what is being implemented in the enterprise.
A series of public meetings on so-called "trusted identities" proposal for cybersecurity ID is planned, followed by pilot projects next year.
Today, the last current-generation Internet addresses were divvied up at the highest level. Here's a look at what happens next in rebuilding the Net with the newer IPv6.
Microsoft and IBM pilot project uses encryption to deliver a high-tech twist on a common sense observation: allowing you to divulge less information about yourself protects your privacy.
Shortly after a World Wide Web Consortium executive warned that HTML5 is only ready for experimental use so far, one of the biggest Web sites showed how it believes otherwise.
Sometimes Redmond does the right thing. One example is its active effort to give Outlook users control over their data.
The company, known for products that let schools operate multiple terminals from a single PC, has a chip that it says will confer such access to many kinds of devices.
Company announces incremental steps, improving documentation and collaborating with others to create more translators to convert Office files into other formats.
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