Google has continuously made its Google Apps Admin Console for IT professionals who manage large Google Apps for Business, Education and Government deployments in their companies more powerful. But one thing it never offered these administrators was a mobile app to manage at least a subset of the Admin console’s features. Today, however, Google finally released its first official Android app that allows admins to perform many common tasks right on their phones and tablets.
You probably won’t have noticed the following problem, unless you happen to be the IT manager in an architecture firm or other specialist environment, but it’s been an issue nonetheless. For all our ability to virtualize compute and graphical work…
Over the last few years, Israeli IT startup Soluto has morphed from simply being PC software that helps users run diagnostics on their hard drives, to a web-based platform that aims to turn you into a one-person Help Desk. In other words, Soluto now allows anyone to offer remote tech support and run diagnostics, whether that be for your mom’s computer or dozens of customers.
Microsoft’s relatively often finding ways to encourage software development in various fields, and the company’s latest venture has it setting footsteps near the Great Wall. According to a report by news agency Xinhua, the software (and hardware) com…
It’s not a sexy acquisition, but it’s practical. VMware gets a tighter story for how it plans to add value, in face of deeper competition from the likes of Google, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and OpenStack, the open-source environment for building your own cloud.
Well after the election, the Web continues to be a force to rally activists, including a new effort to fight bans on gay marriage.
Citrix Systems bought Vapps, which makes high-definition conference-call equipment, for $26.6 million in cash.
While the appetite for video games remains strong, consumers appear to be exhibiting some price awareness.