Symantec has upgraded its Control Compliance Suite in an attempt to integrate policy management, automated technical configurations and procedural response assessments.
Microsoft's chairman will use his opening WinHEC keynote to talk about what Windows has done to inspire quality advances in system design innovation, including how Vista did in the first 100 days of availability.
What was it like to walk round the Colosseum when the Roman Empire was at its height? How would the experience have differed from that of a tourist today?
New research may shift the view of the gender gap in the tech workplace away from a lack of interest among females to the work environment itself, which women rated as unfavorable.
Texas Instruments, whose calculators helped make the company a household name, has found a way to help teachers quickly identify students who may be failing math, CEO Rich Templeton said on May 14.
Q&A: James Gosling, the father of Java, sits down for a candid interview with eWEEK about the open-sourcing of Java.
The new Platform V mega-system offers virtually unlimited scalability plus both virtualization and thin provisioning to provide what the company claims is "the most advanced storage system on the planet."
The new portable network analysis appliance can be used to troubleshoot periodic network, application and security problems that are hard to recreate.
Researchers discover a Trojan that uses an integral part of Windows to download files onto infected systems.
Buffalo Technology said Monday that it had designed a 3-Tbyte version of its network-attached storage devices for both consumers and small businesses. But be prepared to pay for the privilege.