Hewlett-Packard spends a net $2.7 billion for the maker of hardware and software for enterprise mobile networks.
Companies that don't monitor cloud server use may be paying their provider for compute cycles when no one is using them.
A new executive order from the president will also allow the Department of Homeland Security to share classified info on business cyber threats.
The outcome-based solution may finally come into its own, while multiple-provider deals could grow dramatically.
Amazon Web Services will try to grab a slice of the corporate email market with the cloud-based Workmail.
U.S. business groups are calling on China to postpone the government's new draconian cyber-security rules for tech vendors.
An IBM systems security executive says organizations must think beyond their own companies and fight hacktivists across entire industry "ecosystems."
Besides spinning off PayPal, the e-commerce giant now also plans to explore splitting off or selling its enterprise unit.
The Personal Data Notification and Protection Act would replace a patchwork of state laws.
Box had delayed an earlier IPO that had been filed last March partly because of doubt about its big sales and marketing spend.