The average cost of cybercrime in the United States has soared 96 percent over a five-year period, reaching $12.7 million per enterprise this year, according to an annual study by HP and the Ponemon Institute.
VMware has announced that its AirWatch enterprise mobility management unit will partner with HP's enterprise unit to help better enable a mobile workforce.
Following a recent tech industry trend, security firm Symantec announced that it is splitting into two publicly traded companies--one focused on security and the other on information management.
The latest course change for the company credited with creating the independent spirit of the technology industry in the 1960s may finally be the smartest one.
The business that as late as this summer was portrayed as stronger together than apart will be stronger apart rather than together after a huge course change announced Monday.
Big news this Monday is HP's announcement that it will split into two publicly traded companies--an enterprise focused company and a personal systems/printing company. The move is expected to free up resources for HP to invest in enterprise mobility products and services.
The best security and governance policies developed in the past decade have been those that focus on recovery and resilience as a standard practice rather than a response.
Security worries continue to hold enterprises back from embracing mobility, according to a survey of 3,500 IT decision makers in 15 countries by Wakefield Research and commissioned by HP.
HP CEO Meg Whitman says the tech giant will cut between 11,000 to 16,000 jobs in all business units and locations around the world as part of a growing restructuring effort--adding to the growing list of tech firms announcing workforce reductions.
Now that HP joins the OpenStack mix, there's new evidence that community members are closing ranks.