Riverbed Technology, a leader in application performance infrastructure, has launched its Riverbed SteelCentral Portal, a software solution for managing application performance in today’s hybrid IT environments.
When a cyber security breach hits the news, those most closely involved often have incentive to play up the sophistication of the attack.
If hackers are portrayed as well-funded geniuses, victims look less vulnerable, security fir
Bentley Systems, a leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, has launched its AssetWise APM V7.3, an enhanced version of the firm’s asset performance management offering.
Lexmark International, known for its printers, said it would buy Kofax Limited in an about $1 billion deal that would double the size of its enterprise software business.
Kofax shares were up 45.5 per cent at $10.91 in extended tr
Lockheed Martin Corp said it is working to resolve a technical error disclosed by the US Air Force on Sunday that affected some global positioning system (GPS) satellites but did not degrade the accuracy of GPS signals received by users around t
Software offering live traffic updates to help road users plan their journeys and avoid accidents could soon be rolled out across Bahrain.
Microsoft is currently in talks with traffic authorities to introduce the system, as part o
Software AG, a leader in enterprise management software, and its partners are set to show professionals how to bring IT out of the basement and make it their business with impressive use cases at an international computer expo.
China-based Lenovo Group, a leading personal computer maker, had pre-installed a virus-like software on laptops that made the devices more vulnerable to hacking, according to a report.
Experts said the program called ‘Superf
Saudi-based Tatweer said it has inked a deal with Trimble Engineering and Construction to deploy its software to help support the development and maintenance of public school buildings and educational facilities across the kingdom.
German luxury carmaker BMW has fixed a security flaw that could have allowed hackers to unlock the doors of up to 2.2 million Rolls-Royce, Mini and BMW vehicles, it said on Friday.
BMW said officials at German motorist association